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East End Historic District

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Historic - Many, Many Examples of 19th Century of Residential Architecture

The East End historic area of Galveston is full of examples of restored 19th century residential... read more

Reviewed July 2, 2018
OldAg65
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Bryan, Texas
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Stayed here and loved walking around the area

We booked a vacation rental that survived the 1900 hurricane in East End Historic District. It was... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2018
Kmac0127
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Orlando, Florida
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Reviewed July 2, 2018 via mobile

The East End historic area of Galveston is full of examples of restored 19th century residential architecture that is still a vibrant desired area. In that period, Galveston was a very prosperous commercial, banking, and shipping center. You will see examples of mansions, multi-story houses,...More

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Reviewed June 21, 2018 via mobile

We booked a vacation rental that survived the 1900 hurricane in East End Historic District. It was a ton of fun staying in this area. Everywhere we walked, we found homes with historic markers and interesting histories, and some of the most charming homes on...More

2  Thank Kmac0127
Reviewed June 9, 2018

This was a nice area to kill some time. I really enjoyed eating at the outdoor marina area. There is also a high end restaurant upstairs if you prefer that instead of outside dining. It is right on the bay.

1  Thank Chloe B
Reviewed May 4, 2018

Until you visit Galveston, you have no idea how many fine old homes there are, most of them nicely renovated. And some really spectacular mansions. Get out of your car and walk around to appreciate the architecture.

Thank Cary L
Reviewed May 3, 2018

We were fortunate enough to be staying in this area during our stop in Galveston and were astonished by the number of lovely houses, many from the late 19th century. While some are in need of maintenance, many have clearly had much love and attention...More

2  Thank AllanJGJ
Reviewed May 1, 2018 via mobile

Whether you drive or walk the area, you’re in for a treat. These quaint homes are similar to those you see in New Orleans. These colorful coastal homes have seen many storms. Many are restored to their original state. Don’t miss this area if you’re...More

2  Thank Yodatravel
Reviewed April 7, 2018

We stumbled upon this section of town driving to a restaurant. The houses are really amazing. Some of them are pretty run down but others are in great shape. They really evoke an antebellum vibe.

3  Thank Climb14ers
Reviewed March 11, 2018

We started at the Bishop Mansion. We went up and down the streets behind it. There were some historical homes . Some all done up some getting work done. It was a pleasure look at the past.

2  Thank inthegarden
Reviewed February 16, 2018

Have done some walking as I'm staying in the Historic East End. Been through Sacred Heart Church, Bishop's Palace, the Moody Mansion and seeing many beautifully restored older homes.

1  Thank FRED W
Reviewed December 25, 2017 via mobile

East End Historic area is a great area for a stroll through history of homes and styles of homes all the way back to Victoria Times .

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