- Our list of the best things to do in Pharr, Texas, features the top 57 nearby activities — including 13 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Pharr, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Pharr, TX , followed by 48 popular activities in nearby cities, including McAllen, Mission, Weslaco and Edinburg
The McAllen Civic Center Auditorium features 22,386 square feet of auditorium space with excellent acoustics that seats over 1,700 attendees in opera-style upholstered seating. The center frequently hosts nationally and internationally renown touring bands, symphonic orchestras, dance, and theater groups.
In the historic Adobe mansion at Quinta Mazatlan, volunteers and staff teach classes on helping injured birds, butterflies, hummingbirds, and native plant. The facility also has eight themed gardens including a forest sculpture trail, wooded meadow, thornforest, cactus garden, tropical garden, ruby pond, butter…
The McAllen Heritage Center is a museum dedicated to local history and culture that also offers special educational programs and events. Tours are available when requests are made in advance, and they have a gift shop.
A historic movie theater that shows primarily independent films, many of which are made by local and regional filmmakers, Cine El Rey also hosts a wide variety of live entertainment, including music, comedy, and drama.
Edinburgh's First Pitch Academy is a baseball training and instructional center that features indoor batting cages with varying pitch speeds as well as team and individual baseball lessons with an experienced staff of trainers.
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The International Museum of Art and Science have 50,000 square feet of exhibit space. While the museum often hosts visiting exhibits, the museum collects North and South American art with a special emphasis on folk art from Texas and Mexico, along with earth science artifacts.