Brownsville (BRO)is a city in and the county seat of Cameron County and blessed with deep, rich southern heritage in architecture, agriculture and the arts. The city boasts numerous well-established art galleries and museums, which represent not only art of the region and Mexico but feature traveling exhibits from around the world. This is not all; experience the charm and tradition of Brownsville's Charro Days and its sister-celebration, the Sombrero Festival. During the festival, cities of Brownsville and Matamoros let their hair down and join in a joint, bi-cultural celebration that has thrilled and entertained locals and visitors alike.
Regarded as a semi-tropical paradise, Brownsville (BRO) exudes southwestern charm and offers an array of attractions like the Gladys Porter Zoo, the Boca Chica State Park and the Sabal Palm Audubon Center and Sanctuary. A perfect blend of the Tex-Mex culture, family vacationers flock to this destination for its warm gulf breezes, soft white sands and gently waving palms.
• The Stillman House Museum, a restored colonial home, is a must visit for every visitor to Brownsville.
• Built in 1890, Monrho's Gallery is another important highlight in the city of Brownsville.Where to Dine in Brownsville
• The Vermillion Restaurant excels in American and Mexican cuisine. For Chinese delicacies the Ho's Garden is a good option.