Vidor (/ˈvaɪdər/ VYE-dər) is a city in western Orange County, Texas, United States. A city of Southeast Texas, it lies at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Farm to Market Road 105, six miles east of Beaumont. The town is mainly a bedroom community for the nearby refining complexes in Beaumont and Port Arthur and is part of the Beaumont-Port Arthur Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 10,579 at the 2010 census.
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4.5 based on 110 reviews
The Beaux-Arts Colonial-style house and its furnishings reflect the lifestyle of the prominent rancher's family who struck oil at Spindletop and made it their home for seventy-five years. Today, the museum offers docent-led tours of the house for guests 8-years and older, self-guided tours of the carriage house and gardens, as well as year-round events and programming. Through education and community outreach, the museum reaches a wide range of audiences. From school tours and internship opportunities to educational lectures and activities, the McFaddin-Ward House Museum offers something for everyone. Reservations are highly recommended. Docent-led tours are offered Tuesday through Friday at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. for $5 per person. On Saturdays tours are offered at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. for $5 per person. Sundays feature a free first-floor tour from 1:00 to 3:00. Call for tour details and reservations.
Such an amazingly beautiful home! It is a very large dominate home that was wonderful to see. They offer tours and also you can walk the outside grounds if you are pressed for time. The architecture is breathtaking. A very inviting place!Thank you so kindly. We are delighted to have guests who appreciate the house's beauty and history as we do!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Great Park hidden in southeast Texas right off I-10, Great trails, picnic areas, softball field, playground, as well as a duck pond. A great place to bring the kids and have a great time with all this park has to offer.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Museum exhibiting life in Spindletop during the first oil boom.
Historical 1900's town pays tribute to the Spindletop gusher oil well -- largest gusher in the world at that time. The well started Texas on the trail to becoming oil country. The population of Beaumont went from 10,000 to 50,000 practically overnight. This is a...MoreThank you for your positive review. We are happy you enjoyed your visit and let others know about it.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This is located across the street from where I work, but I never went until one day when it was nice out. These folks have done a lot of work! There are beautiful rosé bushes, a hardwood bridge, a painted mural in honor of those who served in Vietnam, plaques, photos, statues and monuments. It's my understanding that they will soon have in their Vietnam memorial wall. Right off I-10 so easy off and on and well worth the stop.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
The Fire Museum of Texas is housed in the historic 1927 Central Fire Station for the City of Beaumont. View interactive exhibits for the entire family that trace the history of the fire service in the state of Texas. Our exhibits explore equipment, trucks and fire fighting methods from the mid-1800s to the present. Perhaps one of the most comprehensive fire museums in the nation our exhibits feature a 1856 Howle Hand Drawn Tub Pumper, a 1909 Ladder Truck and a 1931 REO Light Truck - the first of its kind in the entire world. An interactive Fire Safety House allows children to practice escaping from a house fire.
I didn't go to the museum. I just came for the Roadside America Dalmatian fire hydrant attraction! Most definitely worth the stop! So much so that when we came through for our Florida trip we stopped again to bring my eight year old niece. She loved it. So did the teens in the car who didn't want to stop.
5 based on 4 reviews
This is is the newest form of fun! A live interactive escape game where you and your teammates will be locked in a room with one hours to solve a series of puzzles, figure out clues and find hidden objects to escape the room. Great fun for families, parties, dates and even corporate team building events.
We have been to several in SETX and SWLA and this was our favorite! We almost escaped King Vidor's house. Can't wait until they add more rooms because we will be the first ones in line!Thank you for the great review.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Colorado Canyon offers 2 18 hole Miniature Golf courses with a large 12' tall waterfall, Arcade Games, Noble Romans Pizza and other Snack Bar items. Also offered are Gemstone and Fossil Mining in an authentic looking western town setting, Canyon Critters (their version of Build-a-bear), and the Canyon Jumper (trampoline with bungee cord harness). Birthday Party facilities, Covered Porch & Picnic areas are also available as well.
If it is a Hot Day/ like in the 90 degree mark, Skip It because you will literally MELT.....But it is so Awesome to play on. And they do have Snacks and Lunch time items! The put put is the only part that is outside where it's a great way to have Fun only if the weather cooperates with you. The humidity in this town is Awful....which makes it miserable and seem hotter than it normally is. Use Sun Screen!!! The rest of the place is inside and Air Conditioned which is a big Yeah. It may be more of something you can do in the evening's so that you will for sure Love this Place... Jewell
5 based on 27 reviews
We went to the Jefferson Theatre to see the Goo Goo Dolls play. What a beautiful Theatre. Beautiful outside and the inside decoration was amazing. Jefferson is a throw back to times gone by. Very comfortable seating. Easy access. Lots of parking. Sadly, not a lot else going on in Beaumont.
4 based on 39 reviews
Located in downtown Beaumont, Texas, just beyond the bustling traffic of Interstate 10, people find a Texas-sized surprise whent they visit the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. There's always so much to see with rotating art exhibits, exciting educational activities and fun-filled family events. AMSET's exhibitions focus on 19th through 21st Century American fine and folk art with an emphasis on regionalism. Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
The museum was a bit smaller than I expected, however we found it interesting. There was a variety of displays with interesting paintings and other art works. We found Felix "Fox" Harris, the artist what creates art from recycled material and scrap metal very interesting.
There was no charge, but a request for donations at the door ( $5/adult, $2(?) child)
4 based on 37 reviews
History and science museum that tells the colorful story of Texas oil. Discover petroleum science from geological formation in ancient seas to modern day refining. Experience the saga of the Spindletop oil field in 1901.
Enjoyed the various displays there. Real must if you are in the oil business. Lots of good historical perspectives on the development of oil and gas industry.
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