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Restored to its turn of the century splendor, the 28,000 square-foot, four-story structure was completed in 1895. Today, our guests visit 20 rooms on a self-guided tour that depicts the home life of a powerful Texas family. The Moodys established...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
2618 Broadway St, Galveston, Galveston Island, TX 77550-4427
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Only a few of these big brick and stone homes survived the hurricane of 1900 that swept most of Galveston away. The mansion is kept up inside and the tours are interesting. Just stop by to look at it if you don't want to go...More
We totally enjoyed our tour of the Moody Mansion - the home is huge, the guides were informative and you really got a sense of how this family lived there as there is so many artifacts from their occupancy (for like 85 years!). Gave you...More
Galveston has several nice mansion to view and visit. This is worth the admission cost. Well maintained and decorated adequately--not over done with furniture to take away from the splendor of the wood work inside the rooms. Heard it was closed around Christmas so check...More
Hard for a person in a walker, just because it's allot of walking. They have an elevator and tour is self guided. Beautiful place. Galveston was great before our cruise... stay a coupler of days ahead and enjoy the awesome architecture and beaches!!!
The tour is well worth the small charge, but listening to the "canned" speech of admonitions is annoying. The provided audio devices explain it all. The building is secured from "random, non-paying passersby" gaining entry. Because it's self paced, the tour can take from 30...More
We have been to a number of "fancy house" including Biltmore. The Moody is so of the time and holds such history. There is an audio tour, but the portables are so hard to hear, unless you walk around holding them to your ear. (Yes,...More