Historic Brownsville Museum

Tropical Trail Region
641 East Madison Street Brownsville, TX 78520 (956) 548-1313
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Downtown, a restored Spanish Colonial Revival-style Southern Pacific depot is home of the Historic Brownsville Museum. The 1928 structure displays bilingual exhibits on early town history. Its star attraction is the restored 1870s steam-powered Engine #1 of the Rio Grande Railroad. Also displayed is the 1850s mahogany bedroom set of local entrepreneur Simón Celaya, who ran the railroad between Brownsville and the port of Point Isabel (now Port Isabel).

Historic Brownsville Museum

641 East Madison Street Brownsville, TX 78520

Admission

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

Hours

Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.