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700 E Beech Ave
Mcallen, TX 78501
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Things To Do in Rio Grande Valley, TX

Gladys Porter ZooGladys Porter Zoo

Monkey around the Gladys Porter Zoo, where you can hang out with animals like gorillas, wallabies, rhinos, zebras, crocodiles, lions, kangaroos, and giraffes. The zoo's exhibits and attractions will lead you to far off lands like Asia, Africa, and Australia; while also showcasing wildlife here in the United States, and creatures of the ocean.

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Rio Grande Valley Premium OutletsRio Grande Valley Premium Outlets

Head to the Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets to experience the best shopping that South Texas has to offer. DKNY, Betsey Johnson, Old Navy, Bath & Body Works, Tommy Hilfiger, True Religion Brand Jeans, Polo Ralph Lauren, the Oakley Vault, the Nike Factory Store, Converse, and Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the shopping destinations at this retail oasis. Be prepared for some great deals on these name brands.

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US Border & Customs Service -Los Ebanos Ferry CrossingUS Border & Customs Service -Los Ebanos Ferry Crossing

Visit the Los Ebanos Ferry and take a ride on a true Texas relic. The ferry is the last hand-operated cable ferry on the Rio Grande River. This little piece of Lone Star State history got it's name from the plant it is anchored by, the Texas Ebony. Don't bother going on a rainy day, the ferry doesn't run when the weather is bad.

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