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My kids and I had a quick trip on the weekend to Galveston and went to the Seaport Museum, which was really nice. We stopped into the gift shop and took an hour long tour of the harbor, where I learned about the history of...More
We spent part of our vacation on the harbor tour and visiting the Elissa. Brian and Ryne are excellent on the harbor tour, and we had an absolute blast with them. They’re so knowledgeable and entertaining as well. I highly recommend taking the harbor tour...More
Excellent Galveston history harbor tour and well worth the cost; very affordable. Dolphins and shipwrecks, plus working history of the harbor. Tour guide Brian was sharp, knowledgeable and funny. Nice ladies in the gift shop too! Proceeds benefit Historic Galveston Foundation.
This is not a replica, but a retored original sailing vessel. Every year a real crew with real captains takes the ship into the gulf for Sea Trials. If you have ever wanted to find out more about life at sea on a tall ship...More
Stopped at the Texas Seaport Museum and wasn’t impressed. I thought there would be more to the museum, but there was only a free exhibits and a computer to look up ancestors that came through Texas, left feeling ripped off.
Look in Texas on my life and I found out so much information I never knew.
It’s an hour long but every minute is packed and you won’t believe it is over when you’re done.
Funny informative and lots of photo ops.
The Texas Seaport Museum includes a small museum, the Elissa ship, and a one hour harbor tour. The museum is small but engaging as it covers immigration through Galveston and the second floor features the beginnings of the Texas navy. The Elissa tall ship is...More
Yes there is. The parking lots were $8 for up to 2 hrs ( I think). There were also parking meters. We didn't use either. We parked where it was free & walked about 6 or 7 blocks. No one said anything about validating... More
Yes there is. The parking lots were $8 for up to 2 hrs ( I think). There were also parking meters. We didn't use either. We parked where it was free & walked about 6 or 7 blocks. No one said anything about validating parking but we were not in a parking lot so it didn't come up.