Corpus Christi

USS Lexington Museum

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2914 N Shoreline Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX 78402.

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Austin B.
Awesome place! One of the main reasons why Corpus Christi is famous,the beaches are another one and you can find them beside the museum. You get relatively...

Kevin C.
Great exhibit. Yelp features a $1 discount if you check in! Place is loaded with interesting exhibits and interactives. Tours are self guided and well...

Hannah P.
Awesome museum! I learned not to go after a rainy day or else you will be attacked by mosquitoes! We should have brought our OFF spray with us if we...
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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.
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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!
Robert Garcia
Get there early is gets hot!
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rating 4.5 out of 5
Chadwick Smith
This ship is HISTORY! I had wanted to take this tour for years and every time I went to Corpus Christi with friends, they never wanted to go see the ship and said "Oh it's too hot. It's boring. It's not fun." Boy were they wrong! I went by myself and only wish I had even more time to spend read....
Cory Edens
Disappointing is all I have to say. To say the least, there is no handicap accessibility on the ship. I took my fiancee, her mother and her grandfather who is a WWII vet and can not easily walk, let alone climb up and down stairs. The ticket was free for him but he was limited to one deck out of the....
Justin Janecka
Pretty interesting experience; I work with a friend who was stationed on the Lexington during the Vietnam Conflict when it was in service as a training carrier. He said it took a bit of getting used to because his bunk was just below the flight deck. This ship is a pretty awesome piece of history an....
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