Restored 1904 Depot Museum in downtown Kingsville displays artifacts and history highlighting the railroads' impact on the city. A reproduction of the original 1904 bandstand sits next to the museum to offer a shady respite for visitors. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Free. 104 E. Kleberg St.
The Hall of South Texas History has displays of Native American, Mexican and pioneer Texan cultures, plus ranching and agriculture equipment. The Hall of Natural History features plants and animals of South Texas shown in natural habitats. The Graves Peeler Hall of Horns features animal mounts. T...
This National Historic Landmark was established in 1853 when Capt. Richard King bought 68,500 acres of Spanish and Mexican land grants. Today, King Ranch sprawls across 825,000 acres of South Texas land. It is a working ranch. Historical and guided tours are offered daily. Nature tours showcase t...
In a renovated downtown ice plant, the museum features ranch photos by award-winning photographer Toni Frissell. It also has collections of antique coaches, vintage cars, saddles and other historic ranch items. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Sat. and 1-5 p.m. Sun. Admission charge. 405 N. Sixth St.
Unsuccessful in finding quality saddles and leather goods, Capt. Richard King began operating his own saddlery shop more than 150 years ago. Through the years, the shop has outfitted governors, presidents and foreign heads of state. Open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 201 E. Kleberg.
Riviera Beach and Loyola Beach are saltwater recreational areas on the upper reaches of Baffin Bay, southeast of Kingsville. Baffin Bay off Laguna Madre, is known for saltwater trout and red drum fishing. Kaufer-Hubert Memorial Park & Sea Wind RV Resort has a boat ramp, campground, swimming beach...
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