With a population of more than 181,000 people, Brownsville, Texas belongs to the eighth biggest metropolitan areas in the state and is one of the fastest growing urban areas in the country. Visit the city on a bus rental in Brownsville, Texas.
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Go to the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, where you could find the works of the best artists from the city and even from the entire country. The museum also has children's programs and learning programs for adults.
Check out the Camille Lightner Playhouse, a community theater that gives you sterling performances. You can also go to the Children's Museum of Brownsville, where kids can learn via interactive exhibits, activities and workshops.
You can also go to the Commemorative Air Force Museum, where you could learn more about the Second World War. Or to the Costumes of the Americas Museum, which features rotating exhibits of the many indigenous dresses from throughout the country and the rest of the Americas.
Shoppers would love both the Brownsville Farmers' Market and the Sunrise Mall in the city.
Avid golfers would enjoy the River Bend Country Club, Fort Brown Memorial Golf Course, Valley International Country Club, and the Brownsville Golf Center.
There are close to two dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the city. These include historically and architecturally important homes such as Augustine Celaya House, Charles Stillman House, Hicks Gregg House, and Samuel Wallace Brooks House, among others.
You should not miss the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park, which is the grounds of the May 1846 Battle of Palo Alto. You can also find battle exhibits here and exhibits touching on the Mexican-American War. You can also visit the Palmito Ranch Battlefield, the Resaca De La Palma Battlefield, and Fort Brown.
Other historic sites in the city include the Brownsville City Cemetery and Hebrew Cemetery, the Cameron County Courthouse, Immaculate Conception Church, La Madrilena, La Nueva Libertad, Miguel Fernandez Hide Yard, Old Brulay Plantation, Old Cameron County Jail, and the Gem.
On top of these sites, you should also go to the Historic Brownsville Museum, which is housed inside the Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot, another national historic site. Or check out the Brownsville Heritage Complex, where you could learn more about the city and the Rio Grande Valley.
Check out the Monte Bella Bike Trail that runs for more than 6 miles, making it very ideal for beginners. You can also head to the White Wing Ranch where you could go hunting, or to Grace Heritage Ranch where you have 100 acres to learn how to run a farm, feed donkeys, spin yarn and do other activities. Then you have the World Birding Center Resaca de la Palma State Park where you have 1,200 acres of space that features four observation decks.
Gladys Porter Zoo contains botanical gardens and a zoo. The zoo receives around 375,000 people a year and has 31 acres of space that accommodates 400 species. That includes close to four dozen endangered species.
You can also go to the Sabal Palm Sanctuary, which sits on 527 acres of space and features the most unique and diverse habitats in the entire United States. You could find a wide variety of bird species here as well.
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