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Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History

We are located in the heart of the S.E.A. District under the Harbor Bridge off the bay, minutes from Downtown Corpus Christi.

LOCATION

1900 N Chaparral St, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

PHONE

+1 361 826 4667

EMAIL
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
It's a beautiful afternoon here in Corpus Christi and we're celebrating Black Friday with 20% OFF EVERYTHING in the museum Gift Store. Join or renew any museum membership from Black Friday til Cyber Monday and receive a FREE $10 Gift Card to our Museum Gift Store.
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Shop our Museum store online and in-store this Black Friday through Cyber Monday!! 🤩

Get a $10 Gift Card to the Museum Geek & Chic Gift Store with the purchase or renewal of any Museum Membership! But that’s not all! Members Get Free Access to our upcoming Wonderful Winter Weekend events in December, so you can enjoy the magic of the holidays at the Museum every weekend for no cost! Deal begins on Black Friday, Nov. 27th, & lasts through Cyber Monday, on Nov. 30th!

Go to cc museum.com/membership to join a membership today, and visit our online store starting this Friday at shop.ccmuseum.com to take advantage of our huge sale!
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
We hope everyone is having a terrific Tuesday- or as we like to call it, #TurkeyTuesday! In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re sharing this incredibly fitting photo taken in Cuero, Texas, on November 11th, 1940! 🍁 The ninth annual Cuero Turkey Trot was hugely successful statewide, and the celebration made several significant headlines, as well! There were approximately 10,000 turkey fowls exhibited, as the parade was famously regarded as a “preview” of the nation’s finest birds on display just before the holidays would begin! Some 50,000 visitors flocked to see the fowls strut down the street in all their glory. 🦃 The birds followed the tunes of 14 marching bands combined, led by a two-mile-long parade, including pep squads, drill teams, horses, floats, and several other groups! We can only imagine what a sight that was to behold in-person! 🥁🎺🎉🏇🎈

Photographer: Doc McGregor
Happy Thanksgiving to all!!
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
We will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, Wednesday, November 25th (tomorrow), and Thursday, November 26th! We encourage you to come visit us on Friday, November 27th, when we will re-open and resume our regular business hours! We wish everyone a safe holiday and a very happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃🍽

Please see our regular business hours below. We will resume these hours on Friday!

Regular Business Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
It’s hard to imagine needing a full-length winter coat in Corpus Christi, TX, especially when it’s 80° outside on November 20th. So let us take you back to this day 84 years ago on this fabulous #FlashbackFriday! 👒🧣👜💼🧥🍂

Just like today, November 20th, 1936, was also on a Friday- and a cold one at that! The stylish couple featured in our first photo was photographed walking from Sun Pharmacy, which was on the corner of Peoples and Mesquite Street at the time. During the 1930s, women’s hat designs, such as the fedora, were inspired by menswear, and so many men’s hatters began producing women’s hats to compliment the men’s lines. As seen in this picture, women’s fedoras during the late 1930s grew more complex, giving them an origami feel. The fedora hat is worn raised high over the head, then pulled down in the front and tilted to the side to achieve an angle that appears both chic and carefree. The second picture features the inside of Sun Pharmacy as it serves a bustling lunch crowd in February of 1937! Both photos in today’s post were taken by photographer, Doc McGregor. 📸

If you love our Doc McGregor collection photos, we encourage you to get your very own 2021 Doc McGregor photo calendar for $5.00 each, and just in time for the holidays! A limited number of calendars are available for purchase online at ccmuseum.com/calendar, or in our Museum Gift Store. Shipping and curbside pickup are both available to receive your order! 🌴