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From Texas Oil Heritage Group Tours, to world class museums, wildlife adventures, cultural events, and our unique brand of Texas-Cajun Hospitality, we'll deliver great times and lasting memories! Let us help plan your next group tour and you'll know what we mean when we say, "Beaumont is Texas, with a Little Something Extra!" The Beaumont CVB has the services you need to plan your Beaumont group tour with ease and enjoy your visit in style. This Group Tour section of our website is just one of the resources that are available to help you plan your Beaumont itinerary. We welcome the opportunity to be of further assistance and invite you to consider Beaumont for your next group tour itinerary. Whether it's a lunch stop along Interstate 10, or a complete hub & spoke itinerary, Beaumont has exciting attractions and activities ready to make your group tour a most memorable one!

  • A Little Extra Entertainment - Unwind at Crockett Street Entertainment District where you'll find a variety of nightlife that caters to all who seek entertainment and southern food. Savor delicious cuisine on the patio of one of their restaurants or two-step across the "Biggest Dance Floor in Southeast Texas" at the Dixie Dance Hall where local music legends frequently rock the stage. Casino Trips - Located conveniently on IH-10, Beaumont is only minutes away from the casino gaming in Louisiana. So, not only will you get all that Beaumont has to offer, we'll throw in some Louisiana lagniappe. Come on, treat yourself to something extra.
  • Culture - Step back in time to witness Beaumont's rich oil heritage at Spindletop Gladys City Boomtown Museum where you'll watch the world's only working replica gusher blow water hundreds of feet into Beaumont's blue sky. Continue your exploration of how Beaumont became the "Cradle of the Petroleum Age" with a tour of the Texas Energy Museum where interactive exhibits share the history of oil exploration, production and refining. Push a button and the robots representing historical characters seemingly come to life to tell their stories of the oil boom in Beaumont.
  • History - Preserving the history of fire fighting services and educating children about fire prevention and safety, the Fire Museum of Texas is housed in a working fire station built in 1927. Kids can play in a two-storey interactive playhouse or dress in firefighter gear and climb aboard a real fire engine. The tour highlight is the 24-foot Dalmatian-spotted fire hydrant that sits out front.
  • Museums - With its emphasis of American art, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas has a growing regional collection of folk art, but also holds extensive fine art collections of paintings, sculptures, prints and photographs of the 19th through 21st centuries.