- Our list of the best things to do in Laredo, Texas, features the top 19 nearby activities — including 4 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Laredo, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Laredo, TX
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Insane Inflatable 5K Rio Grande Valley MoreLess Info
Fun run dotted with giant inflatables including bounce houses and slides ends with a party and raises funds for charity
100% 14 votes
6320 Sinatra Pkwy, Laredo, TX MoreLess Info
Fans of minor league baseball will enjoy Laredo Lemurs Baseball. The Lemurs are a team in the American Association's South division, and they play in Uni-Trade stadium. In addition to their games, the stadium hosts a variety of promotions.
77% 22 votes
This building, constructed in 1778, continues to hold mass services to this day. The location, which can be reserved for wedding services, also offers guests the chance to receive their first communion or confirmation.
78% 27 votes
A historic center in Laredo is the San Augustin Plaza. Charming and laid back, the plaza features traditional cobblestone streets, historical markers, sculptures, a museum and a church.
100% 3 votes
4802 Thomas, Laredo, TX 78041 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1911, the Laredo Little Theatre provides a range of theatre programming. The Theatre incorporates various aspects of acting techniques in their performances. These techniques include voice and movement. Laredo Little Theatre is comprised of Laredo residents.
85% 13 votes
The Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) has many options for on-site entertainment, but a popular selection is the TAMIU Planetarium. In addition to the standard planetarium sky shows, the theater also presents several other fun movies that are projected onto the planetarium ceiling.
80% 15 votes
1000 Zaragoza St., Laredo, TX 78040 MoreLess Info
The Republic of the Rio Grande Museum offers an authentic look into the history of Laredo. The small adobe is packed full of artifacts and heritage. Tour guides are knowledgeable and give tours to students and adults all year round.
69% 16 votes
5300 San Dario, Suite 505, Laredo, TX 78041 MoreLess Info
The Imaginarium of South Texas offers a variety of exhibits for children to enjoy, including Gears and Spheres, Nano Days, and the Construction Junction. The location also hosts special events, including creative problem solving and storytelling programs.
67% 6 votes
Laredo's Zaragoza Street has an old-time, historic feel. A cobblestone street that leads past a variety of restaurants and shops, Zaragoza Street is a favorite among tourists. Festivals are sometimes held on the nearby plaza.
40% 5 votes
Originally built during the Revolutionary War, Fort McIntosh has a Colonial style building that contains the historical artifacts from this era. The fort often hosts recreation events where volunteers dress up in Colonial soldier outfits.
100% 2 votes
Located in the downtown, Jarvis Plaza is a scenic square with walking paths, benches, and native flowers to enjoy. The plaza hosts regional farmers markets where visitors can purchase fresh produce.