The historic Galveston Railroad Museum, where history comes alive, features a 1932 Train depot, interactive activities, railroad post office, sleeping cars, dining and baggage cars.
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Galveston Water Adventures brings groups fun cruises on the harbor, from sightseeing and dolphin watching to sunset cruises and thrilling jet boat tours.
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The Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum is a retired jackup drilling rig, where visitors can walk aboard to see 3 floors of models and exhibits on the story of offshore oil and gas production.
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The Grand Opera House offers performances include music, dance, and theater. Each year the theater offers educational performances for children, as well as the annual Grand Kids Festival.
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The Bishop’s Palace, also known as Gresham’s Castle, is an ornate 19,082 square feet Victorian-style house offer teachers and students a large variety of TEKS aligned field trips focusing on history, math, and science.
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The Galveston Children’s Museum is filled with fun and entertaining interactive exhibits and hands-on programming for ages 2-10, though many activities.
GalvestonTEL - 409-572-2544
Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier is one of the few spots in the world that has this many rides over the Gulf of Mexico. It has 1 roller coaster, 15 rides, carnival games and more.
GalvestonTEL - 855-789-7437
Galveston Island State Park protects 2,000 acres of upper Gulf Coast barrier island ecosystem. Visitors can swim, fish, picnic, bird watch, hike, mountain bike, paddle, camp, geocache, study nature with a park ranger or just relax!
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At the Galveston Naval Museum, take a self guided Naval Museum tour through the USS Cavalla Submarine & USS Stewart Destroyer Escort. Experience the history, mystery and sacrifices of the crews standing watch on these WWII fighting vessels.
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