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Concentration on the Mainland area of Galveston County from the 1900's to present with special emphasis on the history of Texas City and the local refineries.
The 10 story glass rainforest pyramid is for visitors to view thousands of species of fish, birds and tropical plants from Africa, Asia and the Americas.
Work or play, the splendor surrounds you in this little piece of paradise. Enjoy a rare, up-close experience with free-roaming Saki Monkeys, beautiful macaws and other endangered...
Come and explore the extraordinary world of science at the Discovery Pyramid. Spectacular traveling exhibits from around the country provide interactive demonstrations showcasing...
The Caribbean emerges as the largest and most remarkable exhibit in the Aquarium Pyramid. Sharks, sea turtles, eels and thousands of beautiful tropical fish swim overhead as you...
The mission of the Lone Star Flight Museum is to inform and educate the public of their aviation heritage and history.
The museum features three floors of models and interactive displays illustrating the story of offshore oil and gas from seismic technology to exploration and production. Scale...
This mansion boosts 20 rooms and is restored to its original 1900s glory.
This mansion dates back to 1886 and is ranked as one of the top 100 homes in the US for its architectural importance.
Among the attractions on the Boardwalk are a train ride, aquarium, arcade, carousel, shows, kiddie rides, water attractions, restaurants and lodging.
Galveston Island is believed to be approximately 5000 years old. It is generally believed Cabeza de Vaca and his crew were shipwrecked here in 1520. The LaFitte brothers, fleeing...