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Galveston Island Tweets!

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

Massive Cajun Festival Coming to Galveston Island April 26-27

Published: Monday, April 08, 2019

Join us at Tin Cup's Caddy Shack, April 26th and 27th, for the first-ever 'Bon Temps Rouler Cajun Throwdown'! Featuring all you can eat shrimp (Friday) and crawfish (Saturday) + a star-studded musical line up, you won't want to miss this event! Read more.

Urban Birding: Night-Herons Nesting in the City!

Published: Thursday, April 04, 2019

You might expect birds such as sparrows and doves to nest in the city, but did you know that Yellow-crowned Night-Herons do? Read more.

Week 4 Winners Announced

Published: Wednesday, April 03, 2019

This week's winners include a Nighthawk in the Rain, a Bird on a Wire, a Vireo with a Lofty View, and a Avocet Family Reunion. Read more.

An Evening to Soar - Raptors Uncorked Rewired

Published: Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Galveston’s FeatherFest, which runs this year from April 11 - 14, is offering a unique wildlife opportunity for you to interact with raptors and dine too Read more.

April 2019 - Horace P. Nettleton's Marine Museum

Published: Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Ninety years ago this month, Frank Patten, the director of Rosenberg Library, received an unusual invitation from a local resident. Rather than being printed on paper, the invitation was extended in the form of an engraved tiger cowry seashell. Read more.

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