The railroad-themed League City Visitor Center will provide visitors to the city and other guests a place to grab souvenirs and brochures along with food and coffee, courtesy of Soulfreak Railroad Cafe. The historic home in which the visitor center is located dates back to the late 1800s and was the residence of the station master of the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railroad.

“The Visitor Center will provide people with a proper introduction to the historic district and to League City,” said Stephanie Polk, manager of the convention and visitors bureau, in a news release. “This location used to be a bustling town center where people would arrive and immediately be immersed in the heart of League City. We are excited that once again, this is where first impressions will be made.”

Officials plan to host live music nights, movie nights in the park, art classes and more at the center.