- TripBuzz found 15 things to do indoors in the Corpus Christi area. From Texas State Aquarium to Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History, Corpus Christi offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 3 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 10 different types of things to do inside in or near Corpus Christi, Texas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Family Fun Center, Theaters, Art Museum and Military Museums.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Corpus Christi, and 1 indoor attraction in a nearby city within 25 miles.
75% 1637 votes
2710 N. Shoreline Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX 78402 MoreLess Info
In 1990, the Texas State Aquarium, opened its doors to the public and has been delighting visitors ever since. Featuring interactive Sting Ray and Shark touching exhibits, demonstrations, and many endangered species, the TSA is a 'must-see' destination.
78% 205 votes
1900 N. Chaparral Street, Corpus Christi, TX MoreLess Info
With 40,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History showcases more than 500 years of South Texas history. Featuring relics from historic 1554 shipwrecks, to early dwellers in the region, plan your visit today.
83% 100 votes
1901 North Shoreline Boulevard, Corpus Christi, TX 78403 MoreLess Info
The American Bank Center Convention Center is an all-purpose event venue featuring 75,000 square feet of exhibit space. The site includes a large glass encased foyer overlooking the bay, a large ballroom, and abundant meeting space.
1902 N. Shoreline Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX MoreLess Info
Situated on the water in an unusual all-white building, South Texas Institute for the Arts combines a permanent collection of regional art with travelling exhibits in a variety of styles, periods and mediums.
62% 21 votes
1809 N. Chaparral St, Corpus Christi, TX 78401 MoreLess Info
Self guided tours are the primary method of exploration at the Asian Cultures Museum & Educational Center which is part of the Texas state system of museums. The collection is small, but visitors are able to learn a great deal about Asian culture.
You have to see the size of the ship to believe it, the USS Lexington was the most highly decorated naval vessel of World War II. Now retired, the ship has been turned into a floating museum, with thousands of artifacts, exhibits, and more.
Built in 1998 after the outpouring of support following her death, the Selena Museum, celebrates the life and music career of the young pop singer. Exhibits include many of her outfits, a tour of her recording studio, and her memorable red Porsche.
Harbor Playhouse presents a varied schedule of contemporary and classic musicals and plays for both adults and children - including works by local playwrights. Harbor Playhouse also uses approximately 700 volunteers, actors, technicians and support staff on an annual basis.
Visitors can explore a historic World War II aircraft carrier at the USS Lexington Museum. The flight deck has a variety of vintage planes available for viewing. Visitors can take pictures while sitting in the quad guns.
The goal of the Texas Surf Museum is to document both a general history of surfing as well as Texas's role in that history. Notable attractions at the museum include a surf film in the small on-site theater, a bench made of surfboards, and photographs of surfing stars in action.