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Rio Grande Valley, Texas Tourist Attractions

Parks, Museums, Sightseeing, ...

The Rio Grande Valley is a birder's paradise and home to many "World Birding Sites," but the Rio Grande is not only attractive to birdwatchers and nature lovers. The Palo Alto Battlefield Natural Historic Site preserves a cordgrass field that served as a decisive battleground in the Mexican-American War. You'll find that South Texas and the Rio Grande in particular has a rich history stretching back centuries, history you can explore by museum. Don't miss the Hidalgo Pumphouse, which may sound uninspiring, but is responsible for turning this landscape from dry ranchland to sub-tropical greenery. Also, don't miss the local arts scene - the live theater is fantastic.

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  • 1 Dean Porter Park, Brownsville
  • Performing Arts
  • 956-542-8900

Musicals and mystery, philosophy and farce, the Camille Playhouse may not be large, but its intimate size brings its productions closer to the audience. Watch their season schedule. They may be putting on one of your favorites.

  • 500 Ringgold Street, Brownsville
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 956-546-7187

The Gladys Porter Zoo has a reputation, not only for its animals, but at how much its animals thrive within its gates. Three generations of gorillas reside here as do, recently, a group of Komodo dragons.

  • 902 S. 2nd St, Hidalgo
  • Historical Site, Museum
  • 956-843-8686

The irrigation of the Rio Grande Valley may not sound exciting, but this pumphouse functioned in just that way about a hundred years with astounding results. It's largely responsible for the lushness of the Lower Rio Grande as opposed to the steppe-like ranch-land it was before, this pumphouse, and ...

  • 121 E. McIntyre , Edinburg
  • Museum
  • 956-383-6911

The helmets of the conquistadors, the skeletons of ancient seaborne reptiles, the saloon and sweeping window-lit stairways . . . this is where the mixture of Mexican and Texan cultures is illustrated. This is a beautiful museum and the exhibits are comprehensive in scope.

  • 1623 Central Boulevard , Brownsville
  • Historical Site, National Park
  • 956-541-2785

The Battle of Palo Alto was a decisive victory for the American troops in the Mexican-American War. This was the first of two victories to break the siege on Fort Texas and after the second American victory at Resaca de la Palma, the Mexican troops would never fully recover for the length of the war...

  • FM 494, Mission
  • City Park-Neighborhood
  • 956-585-5311

  • 34193 California Road, Brownsville
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 956-233-6402

This is aviary after aviary of butterflies and birds.

  • 2200 Boca Chica Blvd Ste 106, Brownsville
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 956-542-5481

  • Brownsville
  • Historical Site
  • 956-541-5560

  • 230 Neale Drive, Brownsville
  • Museum
  • 956-542-0941

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