Performing Arts

 

Downtown Beaumont is home to three performing arts facilities: The Julie Rogers Theatre for the Performing Arts, the Jefferson Theatre, and the Beaumont Civic Center. All three are owned and operated by the City of Beaumont.

 

In addition to these facilities, the city also owns The Event Centre, which is a beautiful multi-use space overlooking downtown.

 

All of these spaces are also available for rent for your special event!

 

Visit www.DiscoverBeaumont.com for more information.

Museums

 

Beaumont is often referred to as the museum capitol of Texas! With 19 museums, its easy to see why! The following are museums within downtown. Click on each link for more information.

 

Fire Museum of Texas

Beaumont Police Museum

Texas Energy Museum

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

Thomas Edison Museum

Beaumont Childrens Museum

Tyrrell Historical Library

Here we showcase public, civic, and religious buildings, as well as parks in downtown Beaumont.

 

You will find a multitude of places where you can kick back and watch a show,

sit and read a book, learn something new in a museum, or worship.

 

We hope you enjoy your visit to downtown Beaumont!

Fire Museum of Texas

Julie Rogers Theatre for the Performing Arts

Cultural Facilities in Downtown Beaumont

Saint Anthony Cathedral Basilica

Jefferson County Court House

Houses of Worship
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church: 675 College St.

First United Methodist Church: 701 Calder Ave.

Riverside Church: 530 North Main St.

Saint Anthony Cathedral Basilica: 700 Jefferson St.

Saint Mark Episcopal Church: 680 Calder Ave.

Temple Emanuel: 1120 Broadway St.

 

Former Houses of Worship

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church: 527 Forsythe St.

First Baptist Church: 900 Calder Ave.

All Fun & Play
 
C.A. "Pete" Shelton Plaza - at the Fire Museum of Texas
Home of the world's largest working fire hydrant!
550 Mulberry Street
 

Beaumont Rotary Centennial Playground

600 Crockett Street

 

Beautiful Mountain Skate Park

999 Laurel Avenue

 

Great Lawn, the Lake, and Running Track

At the Event Centre

700 Crockett Street

 

Riverfront Park

Behind City Hall

805 Main Street

C. A. "Pete" Shelton Plaza &

The World's Largest Working Fire Hydrant