My family which consists of 2 adults and preteen and a teenager.we visited this location after dinner and were pleasantly surprised. It is very small but free. Families are able to look at a variety of of surfboards and to watch a film about surf...更多
We really enjoyed the museum. It is small but if you like surfing it has many old school boards and photos. We drove an hour just to go see it then stayed about an hour looking and ran back out of the concrete jungle. I...更多
My husband is a big surfing fan and my son is following suit so we had to make this a stop. A free, informative and fun stop on our trip! Interesting surfing facts and some pieces of history - both coastal and surf related. It...更多
This museum is located right next to few of the best restaurants in town, so if you are going to eat there you might as well make a pit stop at the Texas Surf Museum. If features photos and artifacts of the local surf culture.
Once we found this little place--hidden behind another building/parking lot, we enjoyed our visit inside. They have an amazing collection of surfboards and memorabilia and notices on surfing competitions dating back to the 1950's.
If you have ever surfed......check out this wonderful trip back down...更多