“Connecting people with nature”
The Texas State Aquarium is a nonprofit aquarium located in Corpus Christi, Texas, United States. It is dedicated to promoting environmental conservation and rehabilitation of the wildlife of the Gulf of Mexico. The Texas State Aquarium is a private, not-for-profit organization that receives no city, state or federal funding for its operations. The Aquarium relies on general admissions, memberships, retail sales, event rentals and the generous support from donors to maintain its operations. WIth exhibits dedicated to everything from dolphins and otters to the Amazon and swamps, there's something for everyone!
Tons of different types of animals. Not a classic zoo or aquarium but more a safe haven and rescue. You feel way better about visiting a place like this compared to a place like Sea World.
Fun place for a nice Saturday afternoon adventure! Has a good variety of animals to choose from, and not all fish.
The Texas State Aquarium invites you to encounter a taste of our ocean's biodiversity! They are dedicated to education and conservation as well as offering hand-on experiences such as hand feeding stingrays or petting sharks. You can also see creatures native to Texas waters. Definitely a must visit in Corpus Christi.
A great way to fill in a few hours. The dolphins were our favorite, but the otters, alligator and eagle were fun too watch too. I would recommend this for anyone, young or old. Great views of the bay, USS Lexington and some of the exhibits are outside. Thankfully we had nice weather, which made it a great visit, with some beautiful scenery.
Great way to spend a rainy day. I
would recommend it.
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Texas State Aquarium
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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