The Texas Maritime Museum`s mission is to excite and educate the public about Texas` rich maritime history. This nationally accredited museum has interactive exhibits, models, and photographs as well as a recently installed web camera and weather station. Visit the museum store to find an array of merchandise complementing the museum`s collection.
George and Harriet Fulton must have amazed their neighbors when they began construction in 1874 on their spacious and extravagant home overlooking the Aransas Bay. Completed in 1877, the house featured ornate trim work and furnishings and the latest technological conveniences including modern plumbing, central heating and a gas lighting system. Restored in the early 1980s, the architectural landmark is open for visitors.
Rockport Center for the Arts boasts a state-of-the-art main gallery. The invited and curated exhibitions in this gallery include the works of regional, national, and internationally acclaimed artists (which does not exclude some of Rockport`s own outstanding artists). The two parlor galleries are now dedicated entirely to the works of its member artists, while the main gallery allows the Center to broaden its horizons.
Let your imagination run wild aboard the USS LEXINGTON. The sights and sounds are so real and so intense you`ll feel like you`ve been transported back in time. Climb behind the controls of a Jet Fighter, catch a movie in the Mega Theater, take a ride in the Flight Simulator or just enjoy the breathtaking views from the Flight Deck.
2914 N. Shoreline Blvd Corpus Christi, Texas 78403