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    1402 Broadway St

    Can you imagine a palace deep in the heart of Texas? You will have to see it to believe it. Colonel Walter Gresham originally built this lavish personal residence out of limestone and granite. The elaborate rosewood-mahogany grand …

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    2501 Market St

    Family owned and operated store that carries a wide array of imported and specialty foods, imported meats and cheeses, coffees ...

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    1 Hope Blvd

    Moody Gardens is a picturesque entertainment complex off the West Bay. Established in 1983, it continues to provide education and a living to persons with ...

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    2002 Terminal Dr

    World War II flying aces would be proud of this fine collection of restored aircraft from that era. This Galveston museum also showcases old photographs and ...

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    4700 Avenue U

    Welcome to sea turtle country! This facility, operated by the National Marine Fisheries Service, is the only place in the U.S. where visitors can view the endangered Kemp's Ridley ...

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    4700 Seawall Blvd

    For all of your surf sports needs, visit this store that specializes in brand name surfboards, balance boards, apparel, protective gear, and numerous ...

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    2504 Church St

    You will not see wolves in this park, but you will see many interesting things in a beautiful Bay setting. Both large ships and pleasure boats enter and leave the Port of ...

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    14901 FM-3005

    Galveston visitors looking for a place to enjoy nature, swimming, walking trails, fishing or just surf and sun usually find their way to this park. Covering ...

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    2219 Market St

    Visit this popular museum to explore the historical highlights of Galveston Island's magnificent past. Located inside a former private bank building (1919) that features artistic ...

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    21st St

    Cruise into this harbor and enjoy a trip back to the 19th century. This is the home of "The Elissa" a Scottish sailing vessel built in 1877. She took part in the bi-centennial parade to New York City ...