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725 Ralston Ave
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
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Things To Do in Corpus Christi, TX

Aransas Pass Aquatic CenterAransas Pass Aquatic Center

Have some fun in the sun at the Aransas Pass Aquatic Center. The family fun attraction is equipped with water slides, and a 50,000-gallon kiddie pool to ensure the whole family has a splashing-good time. Remember to use sunscreen!

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Fulton MansionFulton Mansion

Discover the history of the Fulton Mansion. This mansion was home to the prominent Fulton family in the late 1800s, and upon visiting the home you'll see that it has been restored to its original finery. The home was one of the first in the area to have modern conveniences like indoor plumbing and central gas lighting. Explore various rooms of the house and stroll through the beautiful gardens on the grounds of this historic site.

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Día de los Muertos Street FestivalDía de los Muertos Street Festival

Stride the streets of Downtown Corpus Christi and experience what is perhaps the most curious, peculiar yet extraordinarily fantastic festive moments ever imagined, Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Street Festival, celebrating the lives we knew and miss and yet joyfully inviting all not only to pay respects to the dead but also celebrate the full life that makes and solidifies our cherished memories. This rich Mexican tradition is transformed into a slice of life to its fullest, alive and kicking with multiple stages of live entertainment, traditional Mexican culture performances, and local bands. You’ll find Día de Los Muertos-themed artworks, Wall and Altars of Remembrance, craft items, jewelry, fun children’s activities, challenging games and plenty of food as the festival takes over several blocks of Downtown held at the end of October.  

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