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If you haven’t been to Galveston lately, now is the perfect time to experience some of the island's unique attractions – at a price you can't refuse. The Galveston Island Pass is your key to adventure and savings while exploring the numerous attractions that make Galveston so special.
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The 61st Street Fishing Pier has provided family-friendly fishing fun out in the Gulf of Mexico since 1968. Our pier extends out over the Gulf of Mexico making it the best spot for regular catches of redfish, black drum, trout, and sharks. Come fish with us and enjoy the fresh ocean air with your friends and family without getting your feet wet.
The Bryan Museum is perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in history and the arts. The museum houses one of the world's largest collections of historical artifacts, documents, and artwork relating to the American West. The museum's permanent exhibits are available to view year-round, while special exhibitions are displayed for limited times throughout the year.
Immerse yourself in adventure and history at the Galveston Naval Museum! This unique attraction gives you the opportunity to explore two historic World War II undersea vessels – the USS Cavalla and the USS Stewart – on a self-guided tour or with a knowledgeable guide.
Towering at the head of the Strand, the vast Railroad Museum boasts one of the largest restored railroad collections in the southwest, and one of the five largest in the country, with numerous railroad memorabilia and exhibits, including more than 40 pieces of locomotives and rolling stock. South East Texas' most popular railroad museum, there is something here for everyone!
This one-hour tour is aboard Cruise-N-Time, a twin-engine open-air tour boat departing from Pier 21. The tour is of Galveston's harbor to see birds and marine life. The boat is usually able to get a close-up view of playful dolphins. It's great for the whole family. There are two tours a day, weather permitting.
Historic Galveston Ghost Tours is your home for historical information on all of Galveston’s best ghost stories. Their ghost tour guides take you on a grand expedition through the historic Silk Stocking District and beyond while you soak in the sights and sounds of an eerie island. They guarantee to delight even the most skeptical ghost hunter.
Restored in 1895, this Galveston landmark was originally the home of one of the country's wealthiest people in the 1950s, W.L. Moody, Jr. The property is still full of original family memorabilia and is available for rent for private parties and events.
This unique museum located in Galveston, Texas, allows you to step aboard a retired jack-up rig and experience three floors of exhibits and interactive displays illustrating the history of offshore oil and gas from seismic technology to exploration and production.
Come to Pirates! Legend of The Gulf Coast and learn the legends, myths and stories of the last of the Buccaneers. Long ago pirates roamed the seas of the Atlantic and the Caribbean, many made their way to the Gulf of Mexico sailing to the Yucatan, and eventually to the shores of Louisiana and Texas.
Join us on a fascinating walking tour of Galveston's Historic Red Light District. We'll walk "THE LINE" where prostitution flourished for over 70 years...and was a tolerated and accepted part of the social and economic fabric on the island. Relive the days when "The Mob" ran the island and vice was king.
10,000 DEAD... their Spirits are STILL Haunting the STRAND. Join us on our ninety minute walking tour as we explore the gory, spooky and fascinating paranormal happenings on the strand... the original street of horror. Hurricanes, war, fire, and epidemics of diseases! The notorious pirate Jean Lafitte even turned the island into a den of thieves. Galveston has more ghosts than any other city in America.
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Tickets should be printed on paper before arriving to your first attraction. Not all attractions have scanners that can read phone screens.
We recommend you print the tickets at your lodging's business center. You may also stop by the Visitors Centers at 24th & Broadway or 23rd & Mechanic to print your tickets.
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