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Laredo, TX 78040
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St. Peter the Apostle Church
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Our Lady Of Guadalupe Parish
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San Agustin Cathedral
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Things To Do in Laredo, TX

Average Joe's Average Joe's

Belt out your favorite karaoke tunes or enjoy a game at Average Joe's, commonly referred to by the locals as AJ's. This popular sports bar and nightlife destination features several televisions, pool tables and a trivia night. You can even show off your skills in beer pong at one of the official beer pong tables.

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Imaginarium of South Texas Imaginarium of South Texas

Take the entire family out for some learning fun at the Imaginarium of South Texas. Located inside of the popular Mall del Norte next to Dillard's, the Imaginarium is an art, science and children's museum rolled into one, and a place your family can discover hours of educational entertainment.

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Lamar Bruni Vergara Environmental Science Center Lamar Bruni Vergara Environmental Science Center

Children will love learning about the Rio Grande ecosystem at the Lamar Bruni Vergara Environmental Science Center. Located on the campus of Laredo Community College, this environmental science center contains live specimens of local flora and fauna in a living laboratory. It's a great outdoor educational center for any family vacation.

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San Augustin Plaza San Augustin Plaza

The historic San Augustin Plaza covers the downtown district that was the original city of Laredo. It contains historical monuments such as the Cathedral of San Agustin, the oldest building in Laredo since 1755, as well as the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum and the Border Heritage Museum. Architecture within the plaza consists of Mission, Spanish Revival and Greek Revival styles.

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