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Fall in love with Corpus Christi this November

A stroll along the beach — and even a swim — is not out of the question during the fall in Corpus Christi. The average temperature in November is 72 degrees, the water temperature drops only 5 degrees, falling from 76 degrees to 71 degrees.

Many of the 101 Fun Things to do in Corpus Christi include fall and winter activities, including free and discounted admission to some of its biggest attractions, outdoor concerts, and splendid weather for enjoying natural resources.



1902 N. Shoreline Blvd.

For the entire month of November, the Art Museum of South Texas is offering free admission, courtesy of Kleburg Bank. Enjoy the latest exhibits, events, and activities for the whole family.



From Nov. 9-13, admission to most of the exhibits will cost only $2 each. According to the aquarium’s website, the Whataburger 4D Theater and H-E-B Splash Park will be closed during this time.



1901 N. Shoreline Blvd.

Enjoy date nights at the park and music under the stars while practicing social distancing. Tickets sold in “pods” of six for Paramount’s Laser Spectacular multimedia laser and light show featuring music from Pink Floyd at 8 p.m. Nov. 13; country music multiplatinum recording artist Tracy Byrd at 8 p.m. Nov. 14; and comedian Felipe Esparza at 8 p.m. Nov. 20.


The brisk weather creates ripe conditions for walks along a variety of nature trails throughout the Coastal Bend. Enjoy free guided walks every Tuesday at the Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve and Learning Center, 2446 N. Oso Parkway. Other walks can be found on in the Attractions and Activities guide.


While neighbors to the north might be shivering in their coats or shoveling snow, in Corpus Christi, the average temperature in November is 72 degrees, rarely falling below 59 degrees or exceeding 87 degrees. The fair climate creates pleasant conditions for strolling on the many beaches Corpus Christi and Padre Island have to offer. And for those brave enough to swim during the cooler weather, the average surface water temperature of the beaches only decreases by 5 degrees, falling from 76 degrees to 71 degrees over the course of the month.


Start your holiday shopping with the official 2020 Downtown Corpus Christi Commemorative Ornament, created by Corpus Christi's Huls Design, a great souvenir of the Sparkling City by the Sea. The ornament is available online or at unique downtown shops, including 2020 Vintage, Chels Marie Boutiques, Art Museum of South Texas, and Made in Corpus Christi, where you can also find one-of-a-kind gifts for your loved ones!


4402 Saratoga Blvd.

Experience this cultural food extravaganza under a safe and socially distant drive-through format this year. Guests pick up the authentic and delicious food in ready-to-heat and ready-to-eat containers while enjoying traditional Jewish live music performed outdoors. The two-day event is 5-9 p.m. Nov. 14 and 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 15.

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