Other Kingsville Resources

  •  The Conner Museum is a department of the College of Arts & Sciences at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Click here to learn more about the College, its administration, faculty, and degree programs.
  • Located in the original passenger depot for the town of Kingsville, the 1904 Train Depot Museum displays memorabilia related to the interwoven history of Kingsville and the Missouri Pacific (now Union Pacific) Railroad. Admission is free. 104 E Kleberg Ave.
  • Originally a part of the John E. Conner Museum, the South Texas Archives (STA) was created in 1978 and became independent from the Museum in 1995. Located on the third floor of the Jernigan Library, the STA maintains photographs, documents, maps, and other two-dimensional documentation related to the cultural, geographical, political, and natural history of South Texas. Located on the third floor of Jernigan Library, 1050 University Blvd.
  • Run by King Ranch, Inc. and located in Kingsville's former ice plant, now the Henrietta Memorial Center, the King Ranch Museum presents exhibits and programs telling the story of the world-famous King Ranch. Located at 405 N. 6th Street in Kingsville.
  • Enjoy guided tours of the historic King Ranch grounds. through King Ranch Tours daily (except holidays) from the King Ranch Visitor Center, 2205 TX 141 West, Kingsville.

Other Regional Attractions

This page was last updated on: September 15, 2017