Have You Seen These Amazing Birds?
If you’ve ever seen Sandhill Cranes, you know they are large, elegant birds – standing nearly 4 feet tall, they are hard to miss! If you haven’t, what are you waiting for?Ice Land: Pole-to-Pole Opens November 17
Ring in the holiday season in an ultra-cool way with a trip down a 30-foot tall Glacier Ice Slide completely carved from ice. This is one of many unique experiences visitors can enjoy inside the chilly ICE LAND: Pole-to-Pole, opening Nov. 17 at Moody Gardens. Top 5 Reasons To Bird Galveston By Car
The first in a series of "Top 5" birding blogs by Kristine Rivers.Island Restaurants Celebrate Community & Cuisine with Galveston Restaurant Week
The eighth annual Galveston Restaurant Week - Saturday, January 26th to Sunday, February 10, 2019 - brings Galveston Island's vibrant food scene to life for two full weeks of delicious dining. Power Grids Are a Powerful Thing
Find out about the new power grid downtown that has eliminated the need for noisy generators at the Lone Star Rally.Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: November 2018 - The D.A.R. in Galveston
During the month of November, Rosenberg Library will exhibit items related to the George Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution from its permanent collection as well as items on loan from the chapter itself. Fishing Reports: Galveston Fishing Rodeo Wraps Up
The results are in for the Galveston Fishing Rodeo. The leader board is impressive.Fishing Reports: Ling, Stingray, Mangrove Snapper, Atlantic Sharpnose Shark and more.
Our recent deep sea trip catches have included ling, large stingray, mangrove snapper, lane snapper, gulf trout, atlantic sharpnose shark, gafftop, and more. Inspiration and Education Through Unique Coastal Experiences
For 15 years, Artist Boat has brought value to our ocean community and restored coastal and marine habitats, educated the public, regional and local students as well as creating hundreds of pieces of public art! 8 Things You Can Only Do in Galveston This Holiday Season
From November through January, Galveston is transformed from a vibrant beachside getaway into the “Winter Wonder Island” of Texas, see all the great things you can do this holiday season.