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Tree Sculptures on Galveston Island

Tree Sculptures on Galveston Island

Posted by on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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Galveston captivates visitors that come to call with her natural beauty, eccentric charm and traditional Texas-style Hospitality -- because Galveston is genteel, gracious and captivating. Galveston is the beautifully preserved hidden treasure of the Lone Star State. Come unlock the history, romance and beauty that lies within. Explore every nook and cranny because you are her guest and Galveston loves sharing her treasures with you.

Galveston Island is home to some of the best attractions Texas has to offer, including Moody Gardens, as well as Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark and the dazzling Pleasure Pier.

Galveston also offers a plethora of unique museums, including the Texas Seaport Museum, Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum and Galveston Railroad Museum. Having one of the largest and well-preserved concentrations of Victorian architecture in the country, Galveston allows visitors to explore the island's interesting history by touring one of its popular historic mansions. With 32 miles of beaches, you can't come to Galveston without soaking in some sun with the numerous outdoor activities available, including dolphin tours, birding tours and more.

And there seems to be no better way to see all the sites of Galveston Island than to embark on one of the many sightseeing tours. Whether by land or sea, Galveston offers plenty of tours to learn all the rich history of the area.

Whether you prefer to stroll down quaint alleyways by foot or trot through the streets in a carriage, all paths lead visitors on an unforgettable journey back in time. You'll be entertained and enlightened by knowledgeable guides giving tours on foot, by carriage, by van - even by boat!

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