Introduction to Beeville, Texas
Beeville, Texas, in Bee county, is 46 miles NW of Corpus Christi, Texas. The city's population is approximately 13,129.
The Burke, Carroll and Heffernan families, who arrived in the 1830s, were the first settlers in this area. The area was initially named 'Maryville,' after Mary Heffernan. It was renamed "Beeville" in the honor of Barnard E. Bee, Sr., who served as the Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas. Beeville was finally incorporated as a town in 1908.
Beeville and nearby Attractions
- Amusement Center
- Beeville Art Museum
- Joe Barnhart Bee County Library
- Players Amusement Center
- Frosty's Snowcones
- Beeville Country Club
Things To Do In Beeville
The Beeville Art Museum is a popular local spot. You can also catch a movie at the Danbarry Cinemas.
Air transportation in Beeville is provided by Corpus Christi International Airport.
Beeville Higher Education
Higher education in the city is provided by Coastal Bend College. Del Mar College and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi are also nearby.