Corpus Christi

USS Lexington Museum

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2914 N Shoreline Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX 78402.

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based on 37 reviews

04/25/13
Ali L.
Driving over the Harbor Bridge, your eye is immediately drawn to the Essex-class aircraft carrier, USS Lexington resting in Corpus Christi Bay. I've...

07/31/13
Nicole K.
A great experience. Takes 3-4 hours to see the entire thing. A corpus christi must see!!

07/29/13
Faith B.
From what I saw of Corpus Christi this place was definitely the highlight! (Now that may not be saying much since I wasn't that impressed with the...
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03/19/10
Randy
Go early before crowds pour in midday and you'll have better freedom to explore the huge ship. The IMAX that is included in ticket is a must. Take your pics of Texas State Aquarium from flight deck.
11/04/13
Social News Network
Although it is a national treasure and a fun museum, an aircraft carrier is not the best for strollers so plan accordingly. Be sure to check out the 3D MEGA Theater; it's free with your admission!
08/21/11
Robert G.
Get there early is gets hot!
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rating 4.5 out of 5
01/15/14
whitbabe3251
Fun little place to visit. Worth the price! We only had an hour to run around the ship, but we stayed in that area for hours! There is lots to explore near the ship, too. The weirdest part for me was the hospital area... It just smelled like chemicals and sickness. Really eerie!
10/11/13
Ryan D
I came down from San Antonio during the summer to visit the USS Lexington. It is more fun if you are interested in military history. Not so much for the kids. Also, be prepared to go climbing steep stairs because they are like climbing ladders
08/02/13
Hayden Cardwell
Very interesting, and well kept. Some parts of the ship are stuffy but most are well ventilated and cool. One thing to note though is that is ship is not very wheelchair accessible as the only way to go up is by VERY steep stairs. Overall very good museum and exhibit.
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