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3 Best Landmarks in Brownsville, TX

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Brownsville, Texas. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

STILLMAN HOUSE MUSEUM

1325 East Washington Street, Brownsville, TX 78520 Directions

Since 1850

Here’s The Deal:
Stillman House Museum is the oldest surviving structure in Brownsville. Today the house is the result of profits made by the Trevino family during their time in the house. The original shutters, windows, and doors are still in place, and the breezy courtyards enjoyed by the Stillman and Trevino families still offer a respite from the hot Texas sun. The Museum contains mid-19th-century furnishings from the Stillman family gathering in the dining room, bedroom, parlor, hallway, kitchen, and the research center stores collections of approximately 2,000 photographs (400+ cataloged). Stillman House Museum offers Free admission for kids under 6, military, BISD students, BHA members & teachers.

SPECIALTY:
Group Tour, Community Outreach, Architectural Buildings, Cultural Activities, Events, Workshops, Educational Programs, Preservation and Restoration, Youth and Family Programs, Event Rentals & Exhibitions

Price: Adults: $6
Seniors $4
Students: $2

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Tue-Sat: 10am - 4pm
Sun & Mon: Closed

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CAMERON COUNTY COURTHOUSE (THE DANCY BUILDING)

1150 East Madison Street, Brownsville, TX 78520 Directions

Since 1912

Here’s The Deal:
Cameron County Courthouse (The Dancy Building) is the most delightfully and architecturally significant County courthouses in Texas. Former county courthouse built-in 1912 in neoclassical style, with an ornate stained-glass dome. The design reflects Sullivan's contemporary style, as seen in extensive decorative moldings, ornate iron railings, and other attractive fittings. The architectural design takes you back to the ancient days when buildings were built with individual personalities. Cameron County Courthouse (The Dancy Building) provides Self-guided travels that are always welcome during hours of operation.

SPECIALTY:
Property Taxes, Live Stream, Marriage Licenses, Public Information Request, Employment Opportunities, Current Agenda, Budget Information, Architecture Buildings & Public Meetings and Announcements

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Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

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HISTORIC ALONSO BUILDING

1325 East Washington Street, Brownsville, TX 78520 Directions

Since 1877

Here’s The Deal:
Historic Alonso Building is a unique historic location For your memorable Brownsville events. Spanish-born Manuel Alonso constructed the one-story residence on this site in 1877 and added the two-story mercantile building by 1890. It offers a perfect destination and venue for any special event or occasion. It is lovingly restored with a lush outdoor patio set that provides the ideal backdrop for your cherished memories. The place creates a breath-taking backdrop for exhibits, receptions, and parties. Historic Alonso Building is available to people to rent out parties. The architecture of the Alonso Building is a prime model of the Creole influences that can be seen throughout downtown Brownsville.

SPECIALTY:
Corporate Gala, Social Affair, Special Occasion, Plants, Receptions and Parties, Indoor/Outdoor Gatherings, Exhibits, Building Decorations, Wedding Reception, Events & Private Event

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