Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

Address: 660 E Ringgold St, Brownsville, TX 78520 - MAP
Phone: (956) 542-0941
Web: bmfa.us

Browse the works on display at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art. On your walk through the museum you'll see works by national and international artists, as well as student exhibitions. Visual arts include paintings, sculpture, tapestry, drawings, and various objects.

Children's Museum of Brownsville

Children's Museum of Brownsville

Address: 501 E Ringgold St #5, Brownsville, TX 78520 - MAP
Phone: (956) 548-9300
Web: cmofbrownsville.com

There's only one destination for kids to let their imaginations run wild in the Rio Grande Valley. The Children's Museum of Brownsville is packed with hands-on activities, where kids are free to pretend in exhibits like All World's Cafe, Under the Sea, and Dr. Bones Health Clinic. There's a whole world of learning to be experienced at this museum.

Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum

Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum

Address: 2425 Boxwood St, Harlingen, TX 78550 - MAP
Phone: (956) 216-4901
Web: www.myharlingen.us

Get an experience the history books don't offer at the Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum. The museum is one of the most unique in the Rio Grande Valley, with three historic buildings on its property, a large arsenal of artifacts, and exhibits detailing the city's history and heritage.

International Museum of Art and Science

International Museum of Art and Science

Address: 1900 W Nolana Ave, McAllen, TX 78504 - MAP
Phone: (956) 682-0123
Web: imasonline.org

Visiting the International Museum of Art is a must when you're in McAllen. The museum features international arts with a special focus on Latin American art, and includes exhibits that spotlight the wonders of science. Subjects explored range from the Hubble Telescope, to centuries old European arts.

McAllen Heritage Center

McAllen Heritage Center

Address: 301 S Main St, McAllen, TX 78501 - MAP
Phone: (956) 687-1904
Web: www.mcallenheritagecenter.com

Explore the history of The City of Palms at the McAllen Heritage Center. This museum offers an up-close look at the stories that helped shape McAllen. Discovering the city's history through hands-on activities, story telling, artifacts and exhibits at the MHC will prove to be an exciting educational experience.

Mission Historical Museum

Mission Historical Museum

Address: 900 Doherty Ave, Mission, TX 78572 - MAP
Phone: (956) 580-8646
Web: missiontexas.us

Step into Texas history at the Mission Historical Museum. The museum details pieces of Mission's history in exhibit rooms like the Pioneer Room, the Ranching Room, the Military Room, the Sports Room, and the Citrus Fiesta Room. All rooms spotlight important figures of the city and host relevant artifacts in the city's past.

Museum of South Texas History

Museum of South Texas History

Address: 200 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg, TX 78541 - MAP
Phone: (956) 383-6911
Web: www.mosthistory.org

Discover the rich background of the Rio Grande Valley and the surrounding region at the Museum of South Texas History. You'll see artifacts from different points in time like the prehistoric era, the days of the Coahuiltecan Indians, the Spanish Exploration and colonization period, the Civil War, and periods of growth like the Steamboat era. You won't find a better illustration of South Texas history anywhere else.

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