At Regency Inn and Suites a guest in our motel you will find our spacious rooms to be well appointed with all of the extras you expect in motels. parking, 24 Hrs room service, Wi/Fi service.

Local Attraction

Fire Museum of Texas:

The Fire Museum of Texas opened in 1986 and is endorsed by the Firemen's and Fire Marshals' Association of Texas as, "The Official Fire Museum of Texas". Operating as a 501 (c)(3) the Museum is managed by a Board of Directors through a partnership with the City of Beaumont. The Museum is recognized as one of Texas's Best FREE places for individuals, groups and families to visit.

Gator Country:

Welcome to Gator Rescue, home of alligator rescuer and conservationist, Gary Saurage – the premier alligator wildlife park in Texas. Gary and The Gator Country Crew take the animals on the road for exciting special events and appearances. Be sure to check out our Traveling Shows page for more information.Gator Country is home to Big Al — the largest alligator in captivity in the state of Texas.

Colorado Canyon:

Colorado Canyon and the Athletes from Lamar University teamed up to give 25 children of the Boys and Girls club some holiday fun. Lamar Athletics Coordinator Tic Price came to us the concept and we ran with it. The athletes, from all different sports, played with the kids and we donated the golf and games. It was a great event to watch as so many kids had fun during a season that might not always be the happiest for them.

McFaddin-Ward House:

The McFaddin-Ward House was built in 1905-1906 in the striking and distinctive Beaux-Arts Colonial style. The building and its furnishings reflect the lifestyle of the prominent family which lived in the house for seventy-five years. The museum features volunteer docent-led tours of the home, year-round events, a carriage house, and gardens.The museum features volunteer docent-led tours of the home, year-round events, a carriage house, and gardens.

Art Museum of Southeast Texas:

The Beaumont Art Museum was incorporated on September 14, 1950 and housed in a rented house in Beaumont. In September 1956, the S. Perry Brown family donated funds to build a facility on the Southeast Texas State Fairgrounds. This building now houses the Beaumont Art League.[1] In 1969, the family of J. Crooke Wilson donated their estate to the City of Beaumont for the purpose of housing the Beaumont Art Museum. The five-acre property was located in Old Town, Beaumont's historic district. The Beaumont Art Museum was reborn as the Art Museum of Southeast Texas on September 10, 1987 and found its current home at 500 Main Street in Beaumont.