Silsbee Public Library
Centered in the downtown area, the Silsbee Public Library has a wide range of programs to enjoy for all ages!
Downtown is home to a range of specialty shops that includes beauty salons, flower shops, gift shops, massage therapy, boutiques, antiques, junktiques, and more. Grab a specialty coffee or healthy tea/protein shake while you shop! SHOP SILSBEE FIRST!
Silsbee Veterans’ Memorial Park
The Silsbee Veterans’ Memorial Park offers a place for reflection and memorial to those who have served our country from Hardin County.
Ice House Museum
The Silsbee Ice House, erected in 1928, provided ice to citizens and trains that traveled through Silsbee. At its peak, the Silsbee Ice House produced 30,000 tons of ice a week. In 1983 the Silsbee Ice House closed and remained unused until 1990. The Silsbee Ice House reopened in 1990, and received Silsbee’s only historical designation from the Texas Historical Commission. The museum began exhibiting work on a monthly basis. A big boost came to the Ice House Museum when the Silsbee Economic Development Corporation dedicated $60,000 to renovate the museum. Today, in addition to the monthly exhibit and reception held on the second Sunday of each month, you will find historical information on Silsbee including prehistoric rhinoceros bones that were found nearby, classes for adults and children, summer art camps, and meeting room space.
Silsbee City Hall
The seat of the local government lies on the outskirts of downtown.
Silsbee Economic Development Corporation
If you are looking for room to grow your business in Silsbee contact the EDC director: Christy Brown
Office located in the City Hall on Hwy 327 E.
Silsbee Community Center
If you need a place to host an event, The Silsbee Community Center is the place. The max capacity is 120 ppl, rent: $300/day (which includes chairs and tables). The center is a great place to host a reunion, baby/wedding shower, reception, business meeting or any other type of event you may be having. Contact the Silsbee Chamber of Commerce for more information. 409-385-5562 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by: 545 N 5th Street, Silsbee, Texas
The Pines Theater Project
The Pines Theater in Silsbee, Texas has been donated back to the community under the Silsbee Visitor Center (501c3). The theater is the "Jewel of Downtown Silsbee," and we want to see it shine again for the community and Southeast Texas. Many ways to donate and be involved, Call 409-385-5562 or visit our website today!