The Texas Surf Museum is dedicated to capturing, chronicling, and preserving the art, culture, and heritage of the lifestyle sport of surfing in the Lone Star State. Founded in 2005, the Texas Surf Museum is located 309A N. Water Street in Corpus Christi and features an array of rotating exhibits and displays that chronicle the history of surfboards and wave-riding in Texas, including surfboards and surfing equipment, surf art, surfing memorabilia, photographs, books, magazines, and videos.
The Texas Surf Museum showcases the rich history of surfing in Texas, which dates back to the early 60's when locals first started riding waves on the Texas Gulf Coast. Various exhibits in the Museum include a classic Ford Woody car, which stands outside the Museum, vintage surfboards and fins, newspaper articles and photographs, and full interactive exhibits using video and other digital resources to display the history of surfing in Texas. Visitors can also watch surfing related documentaries and movies in the on-site theater.
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