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2355 I-10 South, Beaumont, United States
3950 I-10 South at Walden Rd, Beaumont, United States
2155 North 11th St, Beaumont, United States
5380 Clearwater Ct, Beaumont, United States
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Hey guys! Finally the time has come for me to return to the place where I left my heart. To the people who stole it away. I can't wait to see their faces, to hear their laughter and to share in their tears once again. May I be mistaken. I love ...
Howdy Partner, wow I've been in Texas for too long I need to get out of here. But first we stopped at Big Thicket National Park. I even became a Junior Ranger there. So we went for a hike and at the end we saw a dog trapped in the ...
Big Bend National Park was another unexpected surprise for us. Like Death Valley, it was not on our original list of planned stops. But we heard about it from more than one person on our trip, and it was highly recommended so we decided to make the ...
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Beaumont, Texas, United States
Nature reserve encompassing 86,000 acres of forest, meadow and swamp; contains a wide variety of wildlife.
500 Main Street, Beaumont, Texas, United States
Located in downtown Beaumont, Texas, just beyond the bustling traffic of Interstate 10, people find a Texas-sized surprise whent they visit the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. There's always so much to see with rotating art exhibits, exciting educational activities and fun-filled family events. AMSET's exhibitions focus on 19th through 21st Century American fine and folk art with an emphasis on regionalism.Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.
1750 E.Interstate 10, Beaumont, Texas, United States
Hwy. 69/ 96/287 at University Drive, Box 10070 Beaumont, Texas, United States
Museum exhibiting life in Spindletop during the first oil boom.