Convention & Visitors Bureau

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The Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is the City's destination marketing organization. The Beaumont CVB markets Beaumont as a place to visit. They speak to individual travelers about Beaumont being a family-friendly, affordable, and easily accessible destination and to groups looking for destinations to host meetings, tournaments, conventions, etc. View the full Convention and Visitors Bureau Marketing Plan and Mission (PDF).

Their job is to tell the world everything that makes Beaumont special - why you should "Come Visit Beaumont" and what you should do once you get here. They promote everywhere to eat, play, do, and stay.

How It Impacts You

Tourism enhances the quality of life for a local community by providing jobs, bringing in tax dollars that offset important City services and improvements, driving economic activity that supports local businesses and restaurants, and creating events and programs that cater to both visitors and locals.

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HOT Tax Grant Process + Application 2024

By ordinance, the City of Beaumont approves a local hotel occupancy tax, hereinafter abbreviated as HOT, with portions of the fund to be dedicated to support convention and tourism centers, promotional and tourist advertising of the City, promotion of the arts, historical preservation and program support for events and activities that attract tourists to the City of Beaumont. If you’d like request funding, read about our guidelines, deadlines and opportunities. For more information, contact 409-880-3749 or email [email protected].

How the CVB is Funded

The Beaumont CVB is a not-for-profit organization 100% funded by Hotel Occupancy (HOT) Tax. Every time someone stays overnight at a hotel in Beaumont, a percentage of that stay goes back into marketing the City. None of the programs they offer or operate comes from your tax dollars - the very opposite, in fact. While these programs are designed to attract visitors to the City, they only benefit residents and are things everyone can take advantage of.

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ProgramsInitiatives
Cattail Marsh Boardwalk & Wetlands Education Center Voted the best free outdoor attraction in Texas and the premier destination for nature lovers, free programming offered includes weekly yoga, kid’s crafts, van tours, and meetups.
Tyrrell Park Nature CenterA new ecotourism initiative expanding appreciation of the outdoors through free nature programming, a gift shop, disc golf rentals as well as sharing the history of the park and its historic structures.
BeaucyclesRentable bikes with suggested routes to explore.
Cajun Trail PassportA free foodie passport to exploring the local culinary scene.
Geocaching PassportA global outdoor scavenger hunt.
Regional Visitor’s GuideThe Official Southeast Texas visitors guide.
MuralfestAnnual art festival committed to creating 10-plus new murals each year.
Restaurant WeekDiscounted dining and foodie events for area restaurants.
Artaco Festival (Viva Beaumont)Annual Hispanic Heritage and Art Festival.
Birdie Passport ProgramA free kid’s program to learn about area attractions and Beaumont as a birding destination.
Localist ProgramA group of local advocates committed to positively promoting Beaumont.
Attraction PassDiscounted entry into 10-plus area museums.


The Beaumont CVB website and City of Beaumont Facebook page is the best source of information for everything to do in Southeast Texas and where to learn more about all these programs.

Major Themes

Nature and Outdoors
Art
Family
Historical
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