Angleton is a city in and the county seat of Brazoria County, Texas, United States, within the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. Angleton lies at the intersection of State Highway 228, State Highway 35, and the Union Pacific Railroad. The population was 18,862 at the 2010 census. Angleton was founded in 1890 near the center of Brazoria County and named for the wife of the general manager of the Velasco Terminal Railway. Angleton was chosen as the seat in 1896 and rechosen by county-wide election in 1913. The town was incorporated on November 12, 1912.

Angleton First United Methodist Church in Angleton Texas

Location: 219 N Arcola St, Angleton, TX 77515, USA

The Angleton First United Methodist Church is the popular Church in Angleton Texas. It is the best place to worship God. The Angleton First United Methodist Church was established in 1892. Their ministries are adult ministry, youth ministry and children’s ministry. The People are in the Church are very humble to everyone. The best place to be peaceful with family. The Angleton First United Methodist Church consists a full service kitchen, fellowship hall with a full court for sports activities, worship services and special programs.

Brazoria County Museum in Angleton Texas

Location: 100 E Cedar St, Angleton, TX 77515, USA

The Brazoria County Museum is the biggest Museum in Angleton Texas. The Brazoria County Museum was established in 1897. The best place to enjoy with family. It is very relaxing place. The staff of the Museum are very friendly to everyone. The Brazoria County Museum has a lot of information about the city. The Brazoria County Museum also celebrates the history and culture of cowboys, from trail-drives to ranching. It is the best place to students. Please try to visit once.