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Laredo, Texas
501 San Agustin
Laredo, TX 78040
Laredo, Texas

Attractions in Laredo

From its captivating history to its thriving arts scene and professional sports teams, Laredo has something for everyone. Want to see some great art? Stop by the Helen Richter Watson Art Gallery or the Laredo Center for the Arts. Would you rather simply cast your line and go fishing? Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is the place for you. How about playing a round at one of the best public golf courses in Texas? Grab your golf bag and head to the Max A. Mandel Municipal Golf Course. Of course, there are many more attractions in Laredo than just these. Continue reading to see what this charming border city has to offer.

Casa Blanca Golf Club
Casa Blanca Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course that offers a combination of lush fairways and top-class greens with Laredo’s year-round sunny weather. The public golf club features a complete golf shop and a full bar and grill.
3900 Casa Blanca Road
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 523-4420


Casa Ortiz
Casa Ortiz is a meticulously restored Spanish colonial home built between 1829 and 1830 that is located in downtown Laredo. Stroll in the home’s beautiful gardens and enjoy a spectacular view of the Rio Grande River at Casa Ortiz, which is used by Texas A&M International University for meetings, events, and tours. The home is open Monday through Friday throughout the year, and admission is free.
915 Zaragoza Street
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 326-3200

Helen Richter Watson Art Gallery
Helen Richter Watson was a world-renowned ceramics artist who grew up and began honing her craft in Laredo. Today, many of her impressive works are displayed at the Helen Richter Watson Gallery on the campus of Texas A&M International University. The gallery is open by appointment from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. year-round.
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 326-4483

Lake Casa Blanca International State Park
Experience the mesmerizing beauty of the Rio Grande Valley at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park in Laredo. Go fishing, explore a scenic nature trail on foot or by mountain bike, bring your camera to photograph some birds, or cool down in the cool water of the lake. There are also tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts; playgrounds; picnic areas; and playgrounds.
5102 Bob Bullock Loop
Laredo, TX 78044
(956) 725-3826

Laredo Center for the Arts
The Laredo Center for the Arts is community-focused art facility housed within the town’s former city hall, an eclectic structure built in the 1880’s. A wide variety of art, much of which is created by local artists, is featured in the center’s two art galleries. The arts center, open Tuesday through Saturday, is located within the Laredo Historic District.
500 San Agustin Avenue
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 725-1715

Laredo Energy Arena
Sporting events, bigtime concerts, and other types of shows can be found at the Laredo Energy Arena, a nearly 10,000-seat venue on the east side of town. The Laredo Swarm, an American Basketball Association team, play their games at the arena from January through November. A full calendar of events can be found on the arena’s website.
6700 Arena Boulevard
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 791-9192

Laredo Heat Soccer Club
The Laredo Heat is a successful U.S.L. Premier Developmental League team that faces off against other clubs across the nation at the Texas A&M International University Soccer Complex. Regular-season Laredo Heat matches start in early May and end in late July. Tickets are available on match day at the stadium, and a full schedule is available on the team’s website.
7220 Bob Bullock Loop
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 723-4700

Laredo Little Theatre
Since 1911, Laredo Little Theatre has enriched Laredo’s arts community with its plays, musicals, concerts, and other types of performances. Shows are held throughout the year at the theater, located just west of the Laredo International Airport.
4802 Thomas Avenue
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 723-1342

Laredo Lemurs

Get your peanuts and cracker jacks and root for the home team at a Laredo Lemurs baseball game. The Lemurs, an American Association of Independent Professional Baseball (AAIPB) team, takes on the competition at the intimate 6,000-seat Uni-Trade Stadium. Regular season games begin in May and end in September, and tickets are available through the team’s website.
6320 Sinatra Parkway
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 753-6877

Laredo Theater Guild International

The Laredo Theater Guild International is a community-based theater organization that produces top-class musicals and plays that includes everything from Shakespeare to Shrek, The Musical. Performances are held at the Center for the Fine and Performing Arts at Texas A&M International University and the Guadalupe and Lilia Martinez Foundation Center at Laredo Community College.
5201 University Boulevard (CFPA217B)
Laredo, Texas 78045
(956) 319-8610

Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorale

Beethoven, Mozart, Prokofiev, and Rimsky-Korsakov in Laredo? You’d better believe it. You can hear the spectacular music crafted by these masters of composition at a performance by the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorale. Symphonic performances are held at both colleges in Laredo, and tickets can be purchased online or by calling the music group’s main office.
PO Box 451644
Laredo TX 78045
(956) 326-3042

Max A. Mandel Municipal Golf Course

Play a round at the Max A. Mandel Municipal Golf Course, a place the Dallas Morning News called the “Best New Course in Texas” in 2014. This 18-hole, par-72 course sits on 270 acres of rugged land close to the U.S. and Mexican border. The layout and abundance of sand traps and water hazards creates an enthralling and challenging playing experience for golfers of all skill levels, while the 9,000-squre-foot clubhouse is a convenient spot to get a drink after a few hours in the South Texas sun.
27700 FM 1472
Laredo, TX 78045
(956) 726-2000

Republic of the Rio Grande Museum

They say that six flags flew over Texas, but not so in Laredo. The town was once the capital of the Republic of the Rio Grande, which was made up of three Mexican states that sought to secede from Mexico in 1840. Although the revolution fell apart within one year, Laredo still flies the flag of the failed republic as its city flag. This time in Laredo’s history is remembered at the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum, located in a historic building in downtown Laredo. The museum features displays of photographs, rifles, and housewares that were common in the 1830’s.
1005 Zaragoza Street
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 727-3480

San Agustin Catholic Cathedral

San Agustin Catholic Cathedral is a stunning Gothic Revival structure built in 1872 that is today one of Laredo’s most prominent historic buildings. The cathedral faces the San Augustin Plaza, a public square flanked by shops and restaurants that dates back to 1767.
201 San Agustin Avenue
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 722-1382

Villa Antigua Border Heritage Museum

Discover the fascinating story of Laredo’s history, culture, and people at the Villa Antigua Border Heritage Museum. The museum sits within a restored Italianate-style house that was once home to two merchant families, and is one of several historic buildings situated just east of the San Agustin Cathedral.
810 Zaragoza Street
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 727-0977

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Laredo, TX 78040
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