Brownsville Events Center
The Brownsville Event Center is the first class facility for events and trade shows. The Brownsville Events Center main ballroom has capacity to accommodate up to 1200 people theater style and has dividable function space with flexibility to accommodate the needs of various sized groups.
Brownsville Historical Association
The mission of the Brownsville Historical Association is to preserve, educate, and promote the history, heritage, and cultural arts of Brownsville, Texas and its environs through exhibitions, educational programs, publications, cultural events, and archival collections.
Brownsville Sports Park
Find information on the sports park.
Convention & Visitors' Bureau
Find out why it is always a celebration here!
Gladys Porter Zoo
The Gladys Porter Zoo is a visitor-oriented zoological and botanical park, dedicated to the preservation of nature through education, conservation and research.
Mitte Cultural District
Learn about this exciting and historical district.
Palo Alto Battlefield National Park
The battlefield of Palo Alto is much more than just a scene of conflict. Come and learn more about the history of this battlefield.
Ringgold Civic Pavilion
From weddings and Quinceañeras to conferences and meetings, the Ringgold Civic Pavilion offers its clients both an enjoyable yet calming atmosphere that caters to all of your event needs.
Sabal Palm Sanctuary
GSF was established in Brownsville in 1947 by Texas Southmost College Biology Professor Barbara T. Warburton. In 1983, Mrs. Warburton along with former students and local volunteers formally incorporated GSF as a registered 501(c)3 foundation.
Brownsville Veterans Resource Center
The Brownsville Veterans Resource Center (BVRC) is a partnership between the City of Brownsville and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (McAllen Vet Center).