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HISTORICAL TOPICS

Galveston is rich with history that is great for homeschooling parents, and families who enjoy history, to create a satisfying educational field trip and vacation.

We have gathered a collection of a few topics that might give you a good start in the navigation bar on the left.

Before Your Visit

  • Browse the topical educational collections in the left navigation to see which ones meet your needs and resonate most with your family
  • Choose to visit some or all of the places recommended in each collection

During Your Visit

  • Pretend that you are a reporter and take notes, photos and video of each of the places you visit during your trip

After Your Visit

From the Blogs

Last Week For Red Snapper In Federal Waters For Charters

Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Most red snapper limits are coming from 23 to 30 plus miles out. Catching kingfish 11 to 30 miles out on rocks, wrecks ,oil platforms, and buoys. Read more.

Several Large Snapper Lost to Blacktip Sharks

Published: Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Our red snapper limits came from trips fishing beyond 25 miles with fish up to 20 lbs. Lost several large snapper to larger blacktip sharks. Read more.

Singer / Songriter Clarence Bucaro Returns to Galveston's Old Quarter August 11

Published: Thursday, July 05, 2018

Don't miss Clarence Bucaro, whose powerful new album is - according to Rolling Stone - "Buoyant, sometimes playful folk songwriting with a deep well of social consciousness." Read more.

Battle of Galveston Part 1, The Cannon Balls - E3

Published: Wednesday, July 04, 2018

On January 1, 1863, the Civil War battle known as the Battle of Galveston began. Lee and George visit the site of the battle and see cannon ball damage on a downtown building. Read more.

Snapper Limits Up to 20 Plus Pounds

Published: Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Aqua Safari Charters report Mangrove snapper becoming abundant. Kingfish more scattered. Read more.

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