Edinburg is a city in the county seat of Hidalgo County, Texas, United States. Edinburg has about 77,100 inhabitants and houses many attractions and beautiful places that make it suitable for a holiday destination.
The Museum of South Texas History in Edinburg houses one of the biggest and amazing collections of artifacts and exhibits that come from South Texas. Apart from this, the museum is filled with exhibits dating from the Mexican War, Civil War, Rio Grande Steamboat Era. In addition to this, this attraction exhibits objects from prehistoric tribes. The museum will offer you a wide view upon the history of this place and upon its past.
UTPA Art Galleries- Pan American, located in Edinburg includes three art galleries filled with interesting objects that will certainly draw your attention. The Charles and Dorothy Clark Gallery are situated in Fine Arts Complex, while the University Gallery is in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building. The galleries offer workshops, courses and artistic lectures. It is a place where award winning artists, but also students, showcase their artworks.
Tejano Walk Of Fame in Edinburg, United States, is a sculpture which is a tribute to Tejano music stars. The sculpture is the centerpiece of this attraction and was built by Richard Hyslin.
Fiesta Edinburg is a fun and exciting event that lasts four days and is perfect for families. The events gathers carnival rides, concerts and a traditional city parade. Besides, tourists will also find food and many other objects to buy. It is the ideal occasion for having fun and for learning more about the community.
Edinburg Municipal Park is also located in Edinburg, on Highway 107 and South on Doolittle Rd. The park includes many facilities such as soccer fields, baseball fields, a walking and jogging trail, many pavilions, picnic tables, lakes for fishing and canoeing, a playground area and an equestrian trail. With so many facilities, fun and a great time in Edinburg are guaranteed.