The Bryan Museum opened in Galveston, TX in 2015 with the goal of ensuring that the story of Texas is preserved throughout generations. The museum boasts a wealth of artifacts, over 5,000 historical books, and paintings that beautifully illustrate the history of Texas spanning exploration to settlement, The Republic to statehood, and the discovery of oil to present times. Keep Reading
Although just 50 miles south of H-town, Galveston feels like it’s a world away in spirit… and that’s not a bad thing. The relationship between the fourth largest city in the U.S. and its tiny island neighbor to the south is synergistically complementing. While Houston offers all the big-city excitement you could ask for, Galveston is home base for when you want to kick back, relax and breathe in the sea air. Ahhh… yet, getting to know Galveston is a layered experience. Its rich history and cultural heritage make it much more than a beach town.
Summer is undoubtedly beach season, and there are few places better to go for sun, sand, and surf than Galveston Island. Yet there’s far more to see and do here this summer than you’d expect, including some truly extraordinary experiences you won’t find anywhere else. From exploring a World War II submarine or soaring above Galveston in a helicopter, these adventures serve up unique ways to spice up your stay when you need a break from the beach. Keep Reading
Keep a weather eye on the horizon… Tall Ships® Galveston is coming to town! From April 6-8, you’re invited to Galveston for a weekend of family-friendly fun. Explore this enchanting city’s historic harbor and downtown, all while enjoying daily events, eye-catching ships, live music, food, and more!
Monday, July 3
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion: 2005 Lake Robbins Drive | The Woodlands, TX 77380
Admission is free