Sea Center Texas is operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in partnership with the Coastal Conservation Association, The Dow Chemical Company and US Fish and Wildlife Service Sportfish Restoration Funds. The facility opened in 1996 and includes a visitor center with aquaria and exhibits of Texas marine life, the largest redfish hatchery in the world, 36 one-acre fish culture ponds, an outdoor wetland exhibit and a youth fishing pond.Plan your Sea Center Texas visit and explore what else you can see and do in Lake Jackson using our Lake Jackson vacation maker app.
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Sea Center Texas reviews
My wife and I enjoyed our visit to the Sea Center Texas but were disappointed that the hatchery was not open for touring and it seemed like the month of January was not the best time to see their... more »
Toured this sea center museum with friends and was quite surprised to find so much information about the hatchery and restocking process. They have an aquarium and wetland exhibit well worth... more »
Nice place to visit, even though there are no lots of exhibits around. There is a touch tank, kids will love that. The entrance to this facility is free. There is a hatchery tour but you have to reserve in-advance. Tours will last about 45 minutes. The volunteer staff were fantastic!
Nice place to visit. Although its pretty small, you get to touch some crabs and hermit crabs. The married couple are so nice, they made our visit even more enjoyable! They have sharks and lots of fish. I have kids ages 5 through 18 and they all enjoyed it. Admission is even free but you can donate!
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