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The Island truly has a little something for everyone. Galveston has a lively arts scene, a thriving historic district, and because of its tourism industry, a wide variety of restaurants, clubs, and coffee shops.

It's also a college town. How many cities of similar population have a major academic health care center and a campus of a flagship state university, as well as a top-rated community college?

Galveston offers about 34,000 jobs, according to federal statistics. Per capita that's more than just about any other city in the country.

Historic homes, beach houses, waterfront neighborhoods, condos, downtown lofts, and affordable cottages are all charming options for places to call home on the Island. With so many possibilities, you're sure to find a home that complements your way of life.

From the Blogs

Watch Your Step!

Published: Thursday, June 13, 2019

Many shorebirds nest right on the ground by creating a small scrape in sandy or gravelly areas in which they lay well-camouflaged eggs. Read more.

Remembering Bill Wittliff - A Conversation at The Bryan Museum

Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Bill Witliff died on Sunday at age 79. Witliff joined J.P. Bryan for a conversation at The Bryan Museum in Galveston on August 4, 2018. Read more.

Celebrate World Oceans Day This Saturday on Galveston Island

Published: Wednesday, June 05, 2019

On Saturday, communities across the globe will celebrate World Oceans Day, and Galveston is no exception. Check out some of these activities to join in. Read more.

Summer Fishing

Published: Tuesday, June 04, 2019

Inshore fishing for redfish and speckled trout is great and offshore fishing for a bunch of species is great too. Read more.

June 2019 - Jessie McGuire Dent

Published: Monday, June 03, 2019

During the month of June, Rosenberg Library will exhibit items related to Jessie McGuire Dent, a Galveston educator and civil rights activist. Read more.

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