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Victoria, Texas
Victoria, Texas
700 North Main Street
Victoria, TX 77901

Attractions in Victoria

Watch monkeys climb trees at The Texas Zoo, check out world-class art at The Nave Museum, and dive into 13,000 years of Texas Coastal Bend history at the Museum of the Coastal Bend when you visit Victoria. Take a walk through the Victoria Educational Gardens, where you might even get the pleasure of seeing a butterfly emerge from its chrysalis. Head downtown for the Old Victoria Driving Tour, which is especially popular with history buffs and architecture fans. Victoria is just a short drive from the Texas coast between Houston and Corpus Christi, and is full of fun adventures that await you.

Go see the many attractions in Victoria on your next Texas coast vacation for special memories for the entire family.

1892 Victoria County Courthouse
There are courthouses and then there are Courthouses. The eye-catching 1892 Victoria County Courthouse, built with all the flair of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture, sits at the heart of Victoria’s downtown square.
115 North Bridge Street
Victoria, TX 77901

Coleto Creek Park and Reservoir
Pack your tent or pile into the RV and head to Coleto Creek Park and Reservoir, where the scenery is stunning and the water is inviting. You’ll find everything you need for a good time, including volleyball courts, barbecue grills, hiking trails, a boat ramp, and a fishing pier. Go bird watching in the morning, hiking in the afternoon, and take some wildlife and sunset photos in the evening.
365 Coleto Park Road
Victoria, Texas 77905
(361) 575-6366

Museum of the Coastal Bend
Did you know that when the pyramids were being built in Egypt, people had been living in the Coastal Bend for more than eight thousand years? Visit the Museum of the Coastal Bend and you’ll learn about 13,000 years of Texas history and culture, as well as the influence the French, Spanish, and Mexicans had on the region. Check out cannons from French explorer La Salle, swords from the Spanish period, and other artifacts that tell the story of the region.
2200 East Red River
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 582-2511

The Nave Museum 
Named after nationally-renowned artist Royston Nave, The Nave Museum in Victoria features six or eight diverse art exhibits throughout the year. It is also housed in a Greco-Roman hall that was built in 1932 as a memorial to Nave and is included on the Old Victoria Driving Tour.
306 West Commercial Street
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 575-8227

Old Victoria Driving Tour
Get to know Victoria and its history in a unique way by taking the Old Victoria Driving Tour. Pick up a copy of the Old Victoria Driving Tour brochure and map at the Explore Victoria Visitor Information Center and take a leisurely drive through the historic areas to see homes, churches, businesses, and landmarks of note. Many of the locations are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and are Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks.
700 North Main Street, Suite 101
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 485-3116

Riverside Golf Course
Pack your golf clubs and head to the scenic Riverside Golf Course in Victoria, where deer and other wildlife are often seen roaming. Book your tee time online at the course’s website.
302 McCright Drive
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 573-4521

Riverside Park
Bike, hike, play disc golf, stroll through the rose garden, or go birding - all in the 562-acre Riverside Park, an oasis in Victoria. Bring your kayak and spend an afternoon on the beautiful Guadalupe River. The Texas Zoo, Riverside Golf Course, and The PumpHouse Riverside Restaurant and Bar are all also in Riverside Park, making this the place to be for any type of outdoor fun in Victoria.
532 McCright Drive
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 485-3200

The Texas Zoo 
Observe magnificent creatures like red ruffed lemurs, golden-handed tamarins, black bears, and jaguars at The Texas Zoo, designated The National Zoo of Texas by the 68th Texas Legislature. The Texas Zoo is one of the attractions in Victoria that offers an ideal place for birthday parties, and works to advance conservation through science, education, recreation, and action while connecting people with wildlife. Special Wildlife Interactions and Black Bear Encounters can be scheduled with advance reservations.
110 Memorial Drive
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 573-7681

Victoria Educational Gardens
Stroll through the impressive Victoria Educational Gardens (lovingly nicknamed VEG), where the hard work of the Victoria County Master Gardner Association is evident through the lush gardens that include a vegetable garden, children’s garden, military honor garden, water garden, and butterfly garden. You’ll find an abundance of flowers, fruit, vegetables, vines, bushes, and grasses - a true oasis in Victoria.
333 Bachelor Drive
Victoria, TX 77904
(361) 575-4581




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Victoria, Texas
Victoria, Texas
700 North Main Street
Victoria, TX 77901

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