Boca Chica State Park
Unwind at Boca Chica State Park, a separated wide white-sanded ocean side found 20 miles east of Brownsville off of Highway 4. Fishing, swimming, surfing, sunbathing, and birdwatching are famous exercises at Boca Chica Beach.
Brownsville Museum of Fine Art
The Brownsville Museum of Fine Art shows in excess of 350 works of art, prints, drawings, figures, and photos delivered by neighborhood and global craftsmen at its 17,000-square-foot office in the core of the Mitte Cultural District. Brief displays of verifiable ancient rarities or works made by striking craftsmen are accessible also. The exhibition hall is open consistently however Sunday.
sOutfits of the Americas Museum
The Costumes of the Americas Museum highlights one of the biggest assortments of true North, Central, and South American native attire on the planet. Each show looks to frame the lively pictures and examples sewn into customary plans that represent social or strict convictions.
Gladys Porter Zoo
The Gladys Porter Zoo is a 31-section of land zoological and natural park arranged only minutes from downtown Brownsville. In excess of 375 creature and 225 plant species are housed inside the zoo’s four areas of beginning: Africa, Asia, Tropical America, and Indo-Australia. Open air displays like the South American Free-flight Aviary, Macaw Canyon, and a Komodo mythical beast region give a lot to see, while the Small World allows youngsters the opportunity to contact and communicate with trained creatures.
Memorable Brownsville Museum
Find the long history of Brownsville, where the main skirmish of the Mexican-American War and the last clash of the Civil War happened, at the Historic Brownsville Museum. The exhibition hall, housed inside a stupendous Spanish-style building built as a Southern Pacific Railroad station in 1928, shows different relics and photos that frame the town’s set of experiences.
Partake in a beautiful ethereal visit through South Padre Island with Island Biplanes, situated at the Brownsville/South Padre International Airport. Island Biplanes’ 30-minute visit in its open cockpit biplane takes you over the island, where you’ll take in a 10,000 foot perspective of all that makes South Padre extraordinary.
Laguna Atascosa Wildlife Refuge
Laguna Atascosa Wildlife Refuge is a rambling 97,000-section of land region that highlights subtropical, calm, waterfront, and parched scenes. The safeguarded natural surroundings is home or host to upwards of 417 bird species, as well as the imperiled ocelot and different other untamed life. Shelter guests can investigate the recreation area on the different untamed life watching and nature trails or on a kayak or cable car visit.
Old City Cemetery
A lot of Brownsville’s set of experiences is uncovered in the Old City Cemetery, a noteworthy milestone laid out in 1853. The graveyard holds occupants of the town who lived during a portion of Brownsville’s hardest times. Different shows, comprehensive developments, and instructive projects are held at the office, which is open Tuesday through Saturday.
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park is the site of the primary clash of the Mexican-American War of 1846, a contention that would shape the fate of the two nations. Today, the recreation area features the historical backdrop of the fight, and the conflict, in its guest place and along the half-mile trail that prompts a neglect of the combat zone. Directed visits are accessible from December 1 until April 1, and the combat zone has authentic reenactments on the initial Saturday of the month from September through May.
Sabal Palm Sanctuary
Sabal Palm Sanctuary is a 527-section of land region that is one of the most exceptionally biodiverse territories in the United States. An extraordinary assortment of widely varied vegetation flourish inside the safe-haven, including wildcats, cottontail hares, and many jeopardized or high-need birds. The safe-haven is open seven days out of each week and confirmation is $5 for grown-ups and $3 for youngsters.
Stillman House Museum
The memorable Stillman House was worked in 1850 by Henry Miller, proprietor of the Miller Hotel in midtown Brownsville. It was once home to Charles Stillman, the organizer behind Brownsville, and was where Porfirio Diaz, the seven-term leader of Mexico, plotted to oust his ancestor. The house was possessed for quite some time by the Trevino family before Charles Stillman’s predecessor, Chauncey, bought it in 1958. Today, some portion of a historical center has shows that recount a visual story of Brownsville’s development from outskirts town to worldwide center point of transportation.
World Birding Center at Resaca de la Palma State Park
Resaca de la Palma State Park’s 1,200 semitropical sections of land give a safe-haven to upwards of 277 local and transient bird species. Accordingly, it is one of the nine World Birding Center areas in the Rio Grande Valley. Various climbing, trekking, and cable car trails wind through the recreation area and proposition an opportunity to investigate the region and spot a portion of the untamed life.