Hotels in Brownsville, TXTexas
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Homewood Suites by Hilton Brownsville3.76 miles
Hampton Inn and Suites Brownsville3.95 miles
Home2 Suites by Hilton Brownsville4.25 miles
Homewood Suites by Hilton Harlingen21.36 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites Harlingen21.41 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Harlingen Convention Center24.80 miles
Hilton Garden Inn South Padre Island Beachfront26.16 miles
Hampton Inn Weslaco36.93 miles
Stay at Top Brownsville Hotels to Explore Southern Texas
Adjacent to the border with Matamoros, Mexico, is Brownsville, Texas. Resting along the western Gulf Coast in South Texas, this southern city is home to an array of fascinating historical sites, cultural landmarks, an abundance of nature parks and reserves, and fine art museums. Plan a worthy visit to the historic Battlefield Trails to learn about the Mexican-American War through the battlefields and museums. Discover the sSouth- Texas cultural scene through the city’s music theatere, a museum for fine arts, and the many mouth-watering Mexican restaurants all across town. Stay inat the top Brownsville hotels to tour all this and much more during your south Texas stroll.
Stay at Hotels in Brownsville to See the Gladys Porter Zoo
Plan a fantastic day trip to the Gladys Porter Zoo and botanical park located right nearby hotels in Brownsville. The zoo boasts stunning scenery across its 31 acres, and provides a home and sanctuary to its roughly 400 animal species and over 250 tropical and neo-tropical species and subspecies. While here, you’ll get the chance to see exotic creatures big and small, like gorillas, giraffes, tropical birds, and much more. The zoo was founded and named after Gladys Porter, the daughter of Earl C. Sams, former president of J. C. Penney. Porter was an avid wildlife enthusiast, and used the Earl C. Sams Foundation to fund the development and purchasing of the many incredible animals here.
Discover Pristine Nature While Staying at Brownsville Hotels
For an incredible day trip outside Brownsville hotels, make your way to Resaca de la Palma State Park, a stunning state park belonging to the World Birding Center that stretches across 1,200 acres. In fact, Resaca de la Palma State Park is the largest of the World Birding Center sites and was opened to the public in December 2008. The reserve got its namesake from resaca, meaning a type of Texan oxbow lake, and is a former channel of the Rio Grande. You could easily spend hours walking around this area on a cool day, jogging, biking, and snapping photos of all the beautiful birds in the area. The main Tram trail is made of pavement, but there are also other dirt paths and trails great for a nice hike in nature. Listen to the sounds of the many birds in the park from a nice bench along the trails and even plan for a picnic from the barbeque pits with the family or a significant other while in the park.
Enjoy the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art from the Best Brownsville Hotels
While exploring around town from the best Brownsville hotels, plan to visit the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, a beautiful 17,000- square -foot museum. Located in the heart of the Mitte Cultural District of Downtown Brownsville, this museum provides a wonderful space in the city where visitors can learn and be inspired by the many exhibits featuring local and international artists, and take advantage of the museum’s programs for kids and adults. Enjoy the varied collections and rotating exhibits before stopping in for an afternoon bite from the on-site artisan kitchen, Crepe Town.
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