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Best times to visit Bridge City

Bridge City is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but March, September and January are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 22%, 21% and 20%, respectively.


Get outdoors in Bridge City

Not all of Bridge City's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Doornbos Heritage Park. Visiting Terrell's Tree Services, too, is a good way to get outside.


Shopping in Bridge City

Walmart Supercenter and Walmart Supercenter sell fashions from classics to the latest trends. Central Mall is a local Bridge City destination for picking up goods and gifts of all kinds.

Whether you're shopping for a new pair of earrings or a special gift, Nederland Jewelers is a good bet for a little pick-me-up.

Head to RadioShack to find the latest in tech, and discover a few knicknacks in Dillard's that will remind you of Bridge City when you get home.


Get outdoors in Bridge City

Not all of Bridge City's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Doornbos Heritage Park. Visiting Terrell's Tree Services, too, is a good way to get outside.


Getting to Bridge City

The most direct path to Bridge Cityis through Jack Brooks Regional Airport and Beaumont Municipal Airport-Bmt.


Arts and culture in Bridge City

While getting to know Bridge City, tour the exhibits at Pompeiian Villa, Texas Artists Museum and Agakhan Council of Southwest to get your culture fix.

The quiet corners in Port Arthur Public Library are an oasis for reading and a little quiet getaway.


Where to eat in Bridge City

Bridge City has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Shrimpboat Seafood, Texas Roadhouse, Casa Ole' and Chick-fil-A, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.


Getting to Bridge City

The most direct path to Bridge Cityis through Jack Brooks Regional Airport and Beaumont Municipal Airport-Bmt.


Where to eat in Bridge City

Bridge City has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Shrimpboat Seafood, Texas Roadhouse, Casa Ole' and Chick-fil-A, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.


What to for fun in Bridge City

Bridge City isn't just about culture. Memorial Stadium is a mecca for kids and adults (and inner children) alike. Catch a game or concert while hanging out in those stadium seats.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at B&B Theatres Port Arthur Central Mall 10. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.

Traveling can leave you tense. Luckily, the trained professionals at Tina's Heavenly Touch Nederland Day Spa are there to work out all that stress, leaving you at ease.


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5.0

Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Port Arthur

Confident to our ultimate destination

Slight problem in locating hotel due construction adjacent and signage due to same construction. No more than 3 minute delay in locating, check-in was prompt and courteous, able to upgrade to handicap facility due to pre-check in phone call, again with no delay or problem. Have no problem recommending this hotel to others, as we will use again when need arises.

A verified traveler

1 year ago

3.0

Super 8 Beaumont

Great Value for the money

Clean, clean, and clean! This is all I want. When I travel for business a clean, safe room is important.

A verified traveler

4 years ago

3.0

Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Groves

Nice and quite

I love the area.they have most of your everyday needs places around you. Good resurants n once again peaceful the pool is great as well I will stay there over anywhere else I love it

A verified traveler

5 years ago

4.0

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites VIDOR SOUTH

Great hotel

Everything was great except 2 things. The side entrance to the hotel had a broken hotel key reader so you could not enter from the side. I stayed for a week and the door had a sign on it all week indicating it was broken. Seems like this is not a priority to fix. Also, the pancake maker was not functional the whole week either. I have been to similar hotels that do the breakfast thing and they have a functional waffle or pancake maker everyday. This is a major hit in my book because I love breakfast. It will significantly influence my choice to stay there versus another hotel now.

A verified traveler

3 months ago