Where culture and entertainment are life!
With 28 acres of lush tropical plants and some 1,600 animals, the Gladys Porter Zoo is known for its successes in breeding endangered species of wildlife.
Camille Playhouse was created to stimulate interest in theatre by the presentation of plays and the development and application of the arts.
It belonged to the founder of Brownsville, Charles Stillman. Now, located in Linear Park, the restored home offers a rustic setting for parties & events.
Discover, learn and imagine! The museum offers hands-on creative and interactive exhibits, workshops and special events to children & families of the RGV.
Rotating displays of over 600 indigenous costumes of the Western Hemisphere.
The museum details the events that led to the establishment of Brownsville and displays temporary exhibits that highlight topics related to local history.
International and local exhibits, art education, cultural enrichment of the community and educational programs for children and adults.
The Old City Cemetery was established in 1853 and is recognized as an outstanding historical landmark by the Texas Historical Commission. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Enjoy live music, produce, farm fresh eggs, your favorite artisanal products, refreshing juices, smoothies, teas and more.
9 a.m. - Noon
Come stroll through the Holiday Village and be magically transported to the North Pole. Admission is free and the memories are priceless.
Nov. 19 - Jan. 1
Sombrero Festival is a family friendly event catering to multiple generations with food, music, and fun for everyone.
During Charro Days
Feb. 27-29, 2020
A star commemorating the new Mr. Amigo honoree is unveiled each year at a Walk of Fame Unveiling Ceremony.
Feb. 27, 2020
Brownsville BeerFest is a unique festival experience focused around one of the most popular beverages known: BEER!
Dean Porter Park
Saturday, Oct. 5
Find out how the earn-a-bike program works!
Tres Angeles Park is in the backyard of the building at 8th St. and Tyler in Downtown, Brownsville.
Visit Brownsville’s most intensely developed park!
Dedicated in 1850 , the land for this plaza was a gift to the City of Brownsville from the city’s founder, Charles Stillman.
As you bike, run, or walk along the Brownsville Historic Battlefield Trail you are following in the footsteps of a rich history.
It’s a kids library housed in a red, vintage, renovated caboose that houses hundreds of books!
The BPD is committed to providing proactive, professional and effective public safety and community service, employing integrity and fairness through community partnerships for the enhancement of the quality of life in the City of Brownsville.
Hosts the Parks and Recreation Dept. offices, the VAC Community Youth Programs Center, the Teen Center, the fitness room, & offers recreational programs.
Former county courthouse built in 1912 in neoclassical style, with an ornate stained-glass dome.
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