All Public Tours are Included in Admission Fee
Travel back in time and learn about the people and wildlife that live at this 1930’s mansion, one of the largest adobe homes in the state of Texas. Tours take place from October - April.
Note: Groups with 10 or more are required to call in advance and schedule a Private Tour.
Did you know that 230 species of birds have been seen at Quinta Mazatlan since 2006? Guests will see, hear, and be with birds from the valley and beyond. Enjoy a walk through the woods observing and hearing local birds with an expert naturalist.
Saturdays 8:30-10:00 am, May through July.
Garden Walk & Talk
Drop in to chat and walk with a garden expert. Enjoy the themed garden walks with interesting stories about plants and gardens. Each month the topic will change based on the season.
Wednesdays, 10:00-11:00 am, October through April.
Forest Sculpture Trail
Visit our one-of-a kind outdoor sculpture trail, and develop an appreciation for the vast variety of creatures that call our region home. Each sculpture provides insight into the natural history of the Rio Grande Valley. See the majestic, endangered ocelot, a dragonfly perched above the water's surface, or a screech owl that might just be real. At each turn of a trail, there's a new creature to discover.
Thursdays, 10:00-11:00 am, October through April.
History of Quinta Mazatlan Tour
Bring your friends and tour one of the largest adobe homes in the state of Texas. Hear about the tales of the families that built and lived at Quinta Mazatlan for a total of 60 years before the City of McAllen purchased the estate and opened it in 2006 as a mansion with a mission.
Fridays, 10:00-11:00 am, October through May. Private bookings available.