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2408 Brock St Ste 11-4
Mission, TX 78572
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Things To Do in Rio Grande Valley, TX

Dolphin Research and Sea Life Nature CenterDolphin Research and Sea Life Nature Center

Get a hands-on experience with sea life while exploring the attractions at the Dolphin Research and Sea Life Nature Center. While you're there, you'll get an opportunity to hold living starfish, hermit crabs, sea urchins, and snails. Be sure to learn about the role that the Sea Life Nature Center has played in coastal conservation and the welfare of the ocean's inhabitants.

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International Museum of Art and ScienceInternational Museum of Art and Science

Enter a world of arts and sciences at the IMAS. The International Museum of Art and Science is home to unique exhibitions and attractions that feature artworks in many forms, and the various sciences found in nature. On your visit, be sure to let the kids explore the KidsZone for hands-on, educational fun.

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Charro DaysCharro Days

The community comes together for Charro Days to celebrate what makes Brownsville unique: Its location on the border with Mexico and the rich cultural heritage enjoyed by Brownsville’s residents. Residents and visitors dress in the traditional costumes of Mexico and honor the Mexican cowboys the "Charros" who were heroes of the borderlands.

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