Selena Museum

Selena Museum Information

The museum was built by the Quintanilla family in 1998 in response to the thousands of letters mailed to them by fans expressing their desire to have Selena’s memory shared with the public. The Quintanilla family offers the museum as a memorial to the achievements and life of their beloved daughter.

The museum is quickly becoming one of the top tourist attractions in South Texas. It continues to attract a steady flow of visitors from throughout the country and around the world. Eager to experience the city that Selena called home, visitors have arrived from as far away as Australia and Japan. The museum displays her red Porsche, awards, stage outfits, and other memorabilia.

SORRY, NO CAMERAS OF ANY KIND ALLOWED IN THE

MUSEUM

ADULT/YOUTH: $2.00 | UNDER 12 : $1.00 | INFANTS : FREE
(ALL DONATIONS GO TO THE SELENA FOUNDATION)

The museum is located at: 5410 Leopard St. Corpus Christi, TX 78408… map
Museum hours are: Monday-Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm