Spring Break Camp 2017

Become a mad scientist at the Museum during Spring Break!
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Spring Break Camp 2017

Land and Sea Partnership

Land and Sea Partnership

Home School Day – Science of Love

Join us as we learn the science of love at the museum!
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Home School Day – Science of Love

Film Screening with Dr. Sue Matheson

Join us for a special screening of "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" and Q&A with Dr. Sue Matheson.
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Film Screening with Dr. Sue Matheson

Member’s Night – Mardi Gras

Get your beads on - it's time for Mardi Gras at the museum!
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Member’s Night – Mardi Gras

Event Space

Weddings, Birthday Parties, After-Hours +

Educational Programs

Explore the world you live in! +

Permanent Exhibit

Old-time Travel +

Kids Zone

Let their imaginations run wild +

Hands On Classroom

Scientists in the making +
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The city's record high temperature is 109 °F (43 °C) on September 5, 2000.

Corpus Christi was founded as a trading post in 1839 by Colonel Henry L. Kinney.

The King Ranch is one of the largest and oldest working cattle and horse ranches in the world.

Port Corpus Christi is one of the nation's largest ports.

Corpus Christi covers 460.2 square miles, of which 154.6 are land and 305.6 are water.

Corpus Christi's soil base is mostly sand & clay.

There are at least 33 species of shark in the Gulf of Mexico.

Padre Island National Seashore has more than 350 kinds of birds, and many small animals, reptiles and varied marine life are found.