Brownsville Sights and Landmarks Guide, Texas
Sights of Brownville, Texas
Brownville, the southernmost city in Texas, is a paradise for the travel lovers as it is full of picturesque locations that can mesmerize the vacationers in an appropriate way. This US city is also viewed as a gateway to Mexico and has the largest community in Rio Grande Valley. Bird watching is rejoiced by a large number of avid naturalists each year as more than 370 species are identified in this terrain.
This city also boasts historical attractions, natural beauty and a large variety of vacationers’ amenities. Some of the top rated attractions that captivate the travelers in an exotic way are listed below.
This is one of the top activities enjoyed on this land including different areas like Boca Chica wetlands, Sabal Palm Audubon Sanctuary and Camp Lula Sams. Most of these sites are part of the Birding Trail of Great Texas and many local guides are there to give detailed information about all the birds. This place draws attention as migrating birds also travel to this place in winter and spring.
Brownville Heritage Complex
History buffs will never dare to miss this complex as this site includes umpteen exhibits on local history. Apart from the ancient items on the early days of Brownville, this museum also boasts a wide collection of military memorabilia since ancient times as it is the home of fort Brown.
Children’s museum of Brownville
This museum has exquisite collections of hands-on exhibits such as “Construction Zone”, “Weather Station” and “All World’s Café” among others. You can explore different forms of costumes from Latin America here.
Gladys Porter Zoo
This habitat is home to more than 1900 species of animals and most of them are separated by waterways rather than by fencing. This is considered as one of the top zoos of the country and has all varieties of African animals as well as local reptiles. A safari train also runs in order to add comfort and convenience to the visit.
National Historic site of Palo Alto Battlefield
Here battle of Palo Alto which is regarded as the 1st main battle of American-Mexican war, took place on these grounds in the year 1846. It has historical reminiscences that can highlight the major places where massive destruction took place.
So, come to this Texas City and enjoy visiting these places.
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