The Corpus Christi Convention and Visitor's Bureau announced some major savings to bring more tourist dollars to the city.
Keith Arnold, executive director of the Conventions and Visitors Bureau, announced the "Stay and Play" savings pass, which offers discounted admission for visitors and locals to five Corpus Christi attractions, as well as the Harbor Ferry.
Arnold said that the city of Corpus Christi attracts more than 7.1 million visitors annually, and the savings will give tourists and folks here at home a new opportunity to experience the city at an affordable price.
"The pass will get you into the Lexington, the Texas State Aquarium, the South Texas Gardens, the Art Museum, and a ride on the Harbor Ferry as well," Arnold said. "It's a great price. It's the kind of thing families are looking for all the time."
Adults passes will cost around $50, while child passes will be around $40. If you want to find the tickets along with more information, you can visit visitcorpuschristitx.org.
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