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A fun place to visit for kids and adults. It is dedicated to promoting environmental conservation and rehabilitation of the wildlife of the Gulf of Mexico. It is the largest aquarium in Texas and one of the largest aquariums in the United States.
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Texas State Aquarium
2710 North Shoreline Boulevard
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A fun place to visit for kids and adults. It is dedicated to promoting environmental conservation and rehabilitation of the wildlife of the Gulf of Mexico. It is the largest aquarium in Texas and one of the largest aquariums in the United States.
If you loved Selena, this small museum is the place to go. There are a lot of memorabilia dedicated to her.
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Selena Museum
5410 Leopard St
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If you loved Selena, this small museum is the place to go. There are a lot of memorabilia dedicated to her.
Who doesn't love spending time on the beach?! Padre Island National Seashore is a national seashore located on Padre Island off the coast of South Texas. In contrast to South Padre Island, known for its beaches and vacationing college students, PINS is located on North Padre Island and consists of a long beach where nature is preserved. Most of the park is primitive, but camping is available, and most of the beach is only accessible to four-wheel-drive vehicles. All but four miles is open to vehicle traffic. PAIS is the fourth designated national seashore in the United States. North Padre Island is the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world. The national seashore is 70 miles long with 65.5 miles of Gulf beach. PAIS hosts a variety of pristine beach, dune, and tidal flat environments, including the Laguna Madre on its west coast, a famous spot for windsurfing.
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Padre Island National Seashore
20420 Park Road 22
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Who doesn't love spending time on the beach?! Padre Island National Seashore is a national seashore located on Padre Island off the coast of South Texas. In contrast to South Padre Island, known for its beaches and vacationing college students, PINS is located on North Padre Island and consists of a long beach where nature is preserved. Most of the park is primitive, but camping is available, and most of the beach is only accessible to four-wheel-drive vehicles. All but four miles is open to vehicle traffic. PAIS is the fourth designated national seashore in the United States. North Padre Island is the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world. The national seashore is 70 miles long with 65.5 miles of Gulf beach. PAIS hosts a variety of pristine beach, dune, and tidal flat environments, including the Laguna Madre on its west coast, a famous spot for windsurfing.
A great part of U.S. history. Very educational and will take a few hours to walk through this huge air carrier if you read all the plaques. A must see and great for a rainy day visit.
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USS Lexington
2914 North Shoreline Boulevard
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A great part of U.S. history. Very educational and will take a few hours to walk through this huge air carrier if you read all the plaques. A must see and great for a rainy day visit.
If you love orchids, this is the place to go. Major exhibits now include an arid garden; Exhibit House with bromeliads, cycads, cacti, and succulents; hibiscus garden; hummingbird garden; landscape demonstration beds; orchid house with more than 3000 orchids; a major collection of more than 100 plumeria varieties; contemporary rose garden with a large pavilion; sensory garden; and water garden. The site also contains a mesquite nature trail through 30 acres of brush. It features some 35 species of woody trees and shrubs, herbs, grasses, and cacti, as well as white-tailed deer, collared peccaries, and coyotes.
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South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
8545 S Staples St
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If you love orchids, this is the place to go. Major exhibits now include an arid garden; Exhibit House with bromeliads, cycads, cacti, and succulents; hibiscus garden; hummingbird garden; landscape demonstration beds; orchid house with more than 3000 orchids; a major collection of more than 100 plumeria varieties; contemporary rose garden with a large pavilion; sensory garden; and water garden. The site also contains a mesquite nature trail through 30 acres of brush. It features some 35 species of woody trees and shrubs, herbs, grasses, and cacti, as well as white-tailed deer, collared peccaries, and coyotes.
Among its many displays covering an area of over 40,000 square feet are many artifacts found in the wreck of the Spanish ship San Estaban, including the world's oldest mariner's astrolabe with a confirmed date of 1554. An extension to the museum opened in May 1990 to house the Shipwreck! exhibition.
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Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History
1900 North Chaparral Street
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Among its many displays covering an area of over 40,000 square feet are many artifacts found in the wreck of the Spanish ship San Estaban, including the world's oldest mariner's astrolabe with a confirmed date of 1554. An extension to the museum opened in May 1990 to house the Shipwreck! exhibition.
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The Art Museum of South Texas
1902 North Shoreline Boulevard
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