Corpus Christi Things to Do

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  • 1. Corpus Christi Downtown

    The Texas Surf Museum is a fairly small one, located directly downtown. It houses displays about surfing with an emphasis on surfing the Gulf Coast. Check out the neat mural and the board-shaping...

  • 2. Texas State Aquarium

    4 out of 5 stars

    Set on the bay, just north of downtown Corpus Christi, this nice medium size aquarium is in the process of a major expansion. its definitely a must see if in town and with the expansion it should be...

  • 3. USS Lexington

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This WWII era carrier is preserved as a museum on the north side of Corpus Christi bay. This aircraft carrier was involved in almost all the major pacific battles of WWII. today the museum preserves...

  • 4. Padre Island

    This national park is known as a major turtle nesting area and for birding. It preserves 70 miles of seashore most of it except the north 5-6 miles with no road access, except you can drive 4 WD...

  • 5. Captain Clark's Flagship

    Captain Clark's Flagship is a 400 passenger paddlewheeler in the downtown Corpus Christi marina. Since 1982, they are one of the most popular attractions in Corpus Christi. Join them for a sightseeing...

  • 6. Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens

    Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens This fascinating 180-acre site along Oso Creek entwines nature tourism and eco-education with colorful, exotic floral exhibits and local landscape choices. Tour the...

  • 7. Corpus Christi Dog Track

    We never attended a dog race and we wished to correct this lack in our culture during our stay in Corpus Christi. There were 12 races during the Sunday 3 April 2005 and we bet 10 times to win 4...

  • 8. Lexington

    The Carrier was called Lexington in remembrance of the Minutmen of Lexington who decided, during the American Revolution, to be ready without any delay to fight for the freedom. The "Blue Ghost" (her...

  • 9. Kemp's Ridely Sea Turtles

    In 1880, Richard Kemp of Key West sent a specimen to Samuel Garman at Harvard. The new species was named for Kemp. No one seems to know why the name 'ridely' is used. Because of the population...

  • 10. Oysterfest

    If you're around in early March, drive over to Fullerton for the volunteer fire company's annual Oysterfest. Oysters all ways and any ways: big, juicy, super-fresh. Buy a t-shirt , drink Lone Star's &...

  • 12. view of corpus christ bay from...

    view of corpus christ bay from one of the many south-side city parkswhy do they call me 'twinkle-toes'??? heeheehee


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