Port Isabel Historical Museum inside the Champion Building was constructed in 1899 as a dry goods store and a private home. It houses Mexican artifacts from the U.S.-Mexican War and sports a well-known fish mural painted a local fisherman in 1906. The museum is thought to be haunted by a ghost cat and a little boy.
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- 317 E Railroad Ave
Port Isabel, TX 78578
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- 26.076164201240186, -97.20729370416848
- Cameron County, Texas
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