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In the mid-1800s, European settlers were drawn into the area now called Tomball by thick forests and rich soil. In 1907 the area was named Tomball in honor of Thomas Ball, a former congressman who had arranged for the railroad to go through the town. In 1933 the area became known as “Oiltown USA” when the Humble Oil Company, now known as Exxon, struck oil. Tomball has a lot to offer history enthusiasts. There’s historic downtown Tomball, with the railroad depot, museum, and antiquing galore. There are also more than 40 historic markers, museums, and cemeteries in the area. Tomball hosts a variety of festivals and live performances. Enjoy the atmosphere and food at one of the award-winning music, food, and heritage festivals throughout the year. Enjoy a live performance at Main Street Crossing, or attend one of the many community and professional theater productions throughout the year. Tomball also provides a variety of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Fish, kayak, or canoe along the Cypress or Spring Creeks. Enjoy more than 30 driving ranges and golf courses in the area. Watch for birds or photograph on the more than 575 acres of woodlands in the area.