Best Places to visit in Galveston

It was also the capital of Texas for a short time. You can still see the splendor of that period in the beautiful mansions and historic buildings

Galveston’s Beache

This beach is family-friendly and has restrooms, umbrella and chair rentals, concessions, a playground for children, and a lifeguard.

Pleasure Pier

The new pier complex was built where the Pleasure Pier used to be from 1943 to 1961 when it was destroyed in Hurricane Carla .

The Strand Historic District

This district extends all the way to Galveston’s bustling wharf, where you will find many of Galveston’s most popular tourist attractions.

Moody Gardens and Aquarium Pyramid

The aquarium is a huge showcase of marine life from the Caribbean, the Antarctic, Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea and the Coral Sea.

Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum

The museum is based on the Ocean Star oil rig, which was built in 1969. It features many outstanding exhibits.

Texas Seaport Museum and Elissa

This vessel was built in 1877, and is considered to be one of the most well-restored historical vessels in America.

Galveston Railroad Museum

The permanent collection covers everything from Native American history to Texas Independence and the Spanish Colonial Era.

Green Leaf
Green Leaf
Brown Rice
Woman Reading

More Stories

Gray Frame Corner