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The Cajuns call Beaumont Lagniappe, meaning A region with a Little Something Extra. Beaumont is a city in and the county seat of Jefferson County, Texas, United States.
As of US Census 2000 estimates, Beaumont had a population of 114,000 inhabitants, making it the regions largest city and the seat of Jefferson County. Almost half a million people call the greater Beaumont their home.
Residents of Beaumont are still pure Texas; however, their Bayou roots make them a combination of two colorful cultures. With Port Arthur and Orange, Beaumont, Texas forms the Golden Triangle, a major industrial area on the Gulf Coast.
With a Texas sized portion of Lagniappe, the greater Beaumont is truly a region with a little something extra. If youre visiting the place, dont waste your time to take rest. Beaumont has a lot to blow your minds away.
From two stepping to Zydeco, enjoying enchiladas and spicy hot boiled crawfish or checking out museums specializing in everything from art to energy, you will want to extend your stay in Beaumont! Since 1907, the region has been home of the South Texas State Fair.
In 2004, the west end of Beaumont opened a new and larger facility, the venue for the Fair. The facility was later changed to Ford Park. As for climate, the city of Beaumont, Texas lies within the humid subtropical climate regime.
The City of Beaumont features full of fun places and unique activities that represent the stories and people of the time gone-by and present. The region shares a rich history which is especially noted for its contributions during World War II.
The wartime changes brought prosperity in the region. Beaumont contributed the out put of local industries such as oil refining, manufacturing of war material and shipbuilding, vital to defense to the war effort. This resulted in increased production and ultimately expanded the population.
As in the oil booms, growth quickly outstripped the towns amenities and facilities. Housing shortages became critical while city buses overflowed. Over the years, the economy of Beaumont has diversified into various industries.
During 50s, Beaumonters began taking new interest in leisure and culture activities while the 60s and 70s were years of both torment and triumph. In 1978, Money Magazine hailed Beaumont the town with the most potential for future growth in the entire country.
Today, the prime cultural heritage tourism site offers unique historic, cultural and natural destinations for families, groups and seasonal travelers.
Beaumont has great acceptance for performing arts and thus is home of an array of entertaining venues. No matter what your taste in music from rock, country, Cajun or a mix of all of them, Beaumont has it all.
Discover Civic Center, noted for setting the standards for your next event in Beaumont, Texas. It is located on IH-10 between Houston and New Orleans and is a complete entertainment block that features top acts and artists from around the world.
If you have a nerve for Symphony or Ballet, Julie Rogers might be the right place for you. Home of the Symphony of Southeast Texas, the magnificent facility of Julie Rogers also hosts acts by the Beaumont Civic Opera, the Beaumont Civic Ballet and the Beaumont Ballet Theatre.
Also, located in South Beaumont, TX is the premier entertainment, sports and lifestyle event complex called Ford Park. For a great dining experience with friends or family, Crockett Street is a perfect place.
Offering live music, outdoor festivals and so much more, Beaumont would love to share its wealth with you. So come and explore Beaumont what it has to offer you!