Port Aransas and Surrounding areas offer great activites for day excursions!

  • University of Texas Marine Science Institute

    The Institute established the first marine science public education program in Texas more than 30 years ago, and strengthening science education remains one of the most important facets of our work. Hundreds of teachers participate in our workshops, and we host field trips for thousands of students and their teachers yearly. The Institute provides educational Road Scholar programs for hundreds of participants each year.

  • Port Aransas Art Center

    The Port Aransas Art Center is a community of artists and art patrons who value art and are dedicated to fostering and supporting the creative process that is art. The Center provides time, space, resources and art education for an enthusiastic and ever-increasing audience.

  • Port Aransas Community Theatre

    For 11 years now the Port Aransas Community Theatre has continued to provide a venue for live performances, movies, public interest presentations and much more.

  • Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center

    A raised boardwalk that is wheelchair accessible extends out into the cattails for a close-up encounter with birds, alligators, fish and more. An observation tower offers a panoramic view of the pond and the surrounding flats. A free viewing scope is mounted on the tower and a free ADA-compliant scope is available at another viewing box along the boardwalk.

  • Texas State Aquarium

    Every visit to the Texas State Aquarium is a new and exciting discovery! Experience daily dive shows, animal feedings, training sessions, and “hands on” programs with sharks and stingrays. Relax in our underwater dolphin room or cool off with a treat from the Pepsi Shoreline Grill.

  • Port Aransas Preservation and Historical Association

    The Port Aransas Preservation and Historical Association (PAPHA) is dedicated to preserving and encouraging the preservation, restoration and reproduction of historic buildings, structures, sites, places, objects, culture, ecology and customs of Port Aransas as a means of positively contributing to and enhancing the community’s natural beauty, well-being and distinctive character.


    The Japanese reported LEXINGTON sunk no less than four times! Yet, each time she returned to fight again, leading the propagandist Tokyo Rose to nickname her “The Blue Ghost.” The name is a tribute to the ship and the crew and air groups that served aboard her.

  • Schlitterbahn Riverpark & Resort

    Schlitterbahn Riverpark & Resort Corpus Christi promises another unique Schlitterbahn experience. Schlitterbahn Corpus Christi is a complete family entertainment destination that includes a golf club, full service restaurant and bar, and an all-new Schlitterbahn waterpark experience that boasts our longest interconnected river system yet.

  • Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History

    Our Museum’s 40,000 square feet of history and science exhibits are a collection of carefully selected representations that are unique to our culture and our surroundings. Our historical collections showcase 500 years of South Texas history. From historic shipwrecks of early explorers to decorative arts from area families, these exhibits give you an up close look at the life and the people of our region.

  • Harbor Playhouse

    Harbor Playhouse is located in the Arts District, the cultural heart of Corpus Christi, 1802 North Chaparral - Building #2, their home for the past 40 years. Annually there are more than 700 volunteers, actors, technicians, and support staff who give their time…100,000+ hours per season! Volunteers range in age from 5 to 80 and reflect the cultural diversity of the area. With a varied schedule of contemporary and classic musicals and plays for both adults and children - including works by local playwrights - Harbor Playhouse truly presents exceptional works of art by the community and for the community. Audiences include patrons of all ages from around the world.

  • Padre Island National Seashore

    Padre Island National Seashore separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Laguna Madre, one of a few hypersaline lagoons in the world. The park protects 70 miles of coastline, dunes, prairies, and wind tidal flats teeming with life. It is a safe nesting ground for the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle and a haven for 380 bird species. It also has a rich history, including the Spanish shipwrecks of 1554"



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