Welcome to the Annual Rockport Festival of Wine and Food
Featuring over 100 varieties of wines, Food demonstrations, Vendor booths, and music!! All on the grounds of the Texas Maritime Museum!
May 26th and 27th
The Rockport Festival of Wine and Food started in 1997 as an annual fundraiser for the Texas Maritime Museum, and is the largest fundraiser for the year. The festival helps raise the needed operational funds for the Museum, but also provides a venue for entertainment and fun. Over 2,500 visitors from 26+ states are welcomed on the grounds of the Museum to experience wine, VIP wine tasting, lectures, food vendors, live bands, shopping vendors and beer booths. Wine may be purchased by the taste, glass, bottle or case and this is the only festival of its kind that allows you to try expensive vintage wines by the glass.
General Admission: $25/ one day or $40 for a two-day pass. General Admission includes one commemorative wine glass, four (4) taste tickets plus one champagne, an event program, and access to great wines, beers,shopping and music!!!
VIP Experience: $60/ one day or $100 for a two-day. The VIP Experience includes admission to special tent, 20 taste tickets, commemorative wine glass, event program, special seating at demos, one dinner plate, and appetizers. ONLY 125 VIP admissions per day.
Children age 12-21 are $11. Under 12 are free.
* Additional drink tickets can be purchased on the grounds for $1 each.
**All proceeds go to support the Texas Maritime Museum…the Official Maritime Museum for the State of Texas
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The Mission of the Texas Maritime Museum is to excite and educate the public about Texas Maritime history and artifacts. The Museum’s purpose is to offer a variety of experiences to children and adults by collecting, preserving, and interpreting items of historical interest for educational purposes; to recount Texas maritime history through artifacts, documents, and other materials of unique or historical value; and to exhibit items to further the public interest, knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of such material and related historical background.