5 Things to do Good for a Rainy Day in Brownsville That You Shouldn't Miss

June 18, 2021 Renato Branum

At the mouth of the Rio Grande delta and the southernmost tip of Texas, Brownsville enjoys the perfect combination of casual southwestern charm and bicultural diversity. Its position just across the international pedestrian bridge from Matamoros makes it a good base for day trips to Mexico, or for just enjoying the Tex-Mex culture of south Texas. Warm Gulf breezes, blooming bougainvilleas, gently waving palms, soft white sands and friendly, diverse locals make this city a semi-tropical paradise.
Restaurants in Brownsville

1. The Carriage House Day Spa

319 E Elizabeth St, Brownsville, TX 78520-5362 +1 956-544-4111 http://www.carriagehousedayspa.com/
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5.0 based on 35 reviews

The Carriage House Day Spa

OUR MISSION :Take a step back in time when you visit The Carriage House Day Spa where we're committed to providing service to all our clients with the utmost care for your health at all times. We are dedicated to using the best quality sanitation and disinfection available because your well being is important to us. This is all provided for you in our historic destination location. We'll make that next step you take a very pleasant and safe one.OUR CLIENTS:Whether are clients are our regulars or if they are coming in for the first time, we hope to build a lasting relationship with everyone that comes in to The Carriage House Day Spa. A day of beauty at the Carriage House Day Spa is a joy forever.

Reviewed By jazminlozano23 - Brownsville, United States

Thanks to my boyfriend for getting me this special birthday gift, I loved overall the self-care relaxing environment, also thanks to Rosie for the best manicure & pedicure I have ever had in my life! Highly recommend this place for a day of beauty.

2. Historic Brownsville Museum

641 E Madison St, Brownsville, TX 78520-6098 +1 956-548-1313 [email protected] http://www.brownsvillemuseum.org
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48%
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

Historic Brownsville Museum

3. Stillman House Museum

1325 E Washington St, Brownsville, TX 78520-5705 +1 956-541-5560 http://www.brownsvillehistory.org/Stillman_House_Museum.html
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62%
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4.5 based on 26 reviews

Stillman House Museum

Reviewed By 40lenl - Westlake, United States

On our recent trip to the Rio Grande Valley, we thought that knowing more about local history would add to our experience. Located in the center of "Old" Brownsville, the museum served our needs well. Though small in size, it's well designed to provide an interesting written and pictorial overview of Brownsville and the region's dramatic history. The impressive antique collection greatly adds to one's appreciation for the struggles the earlier population endured.

4. Camille Playhouse

1 Dean Porter Park, Brownsville, TX 78520 +1 956-542-8900 [email protected] http://www.camilleplayhouse.org/
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4.0 based on 12 reviews

Camille Playhouse

5. Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

660 E Ringgold St, Brownsville, TX 78520-7974 +1 956-542-0941 [email protected] http://www.bmfa.us
Excellent
42%
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3.5 based on 24 reviews

Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

The Brownsville Museum of Fine offers a safe environment to enjoy elegant Artwork and is home of Crepe Town; Artisan Kitchen. Come for the art, stay for a meal!

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