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Top 10 Galveston Historic Attractions & Museums to Visit

Top 10 Galveston Historic Attractions & Museums to Visit

No other coastal resort in Texas can match the rich historical significance of Galveston. Just a 50-minute drive from Houston, Galveston regularly draws thousands of tourists from all around the world. Dating back to the 18th century the small island community boasts architecture, traditions, and exciting sightseeing and vacation opportunities. With so many things to do in Galveston, the best visitor experience starts from Historic Pleasure Pier. We recommend you have a well-informed guide who can share with you facts and fables about Galveston. Not to mention its history most notorious characters, and so much more. Therefore, we highly recommend our Galveston Magical history tour. Here are the top 10 […]

Why Driving a Segway is One of the Best Things You Can Do in Galveston

Why Driving a Segway is One of the Best Things You Can Do in Galveston

Galveston Island is one of the most popular vacation destinations in Texas, US. This beautiful barrier island on the Golf Coast has it all. From sandy beaches and a port for cruise ships to beautifully restored historic old towns and distinct Southern charm. Sophisticated Victorian architecture, endless festivals, and fantastic outdoor adventures are also a part of this beautiful place. As a matter of fact, all these fascinations make Galveston a place where you can deeply experience enjoyment and life. Things to See in Galveston Once you get the opportunity to visit this magnificent place, you will be able to see fascinating things in the course of your adventure. You […]

Galveston Railroad Museum is a Place You Need to Visit

Galveston Railroad Museum is a Place You Need to Visit

The very first impression those who have visited the Galveston Railroad Museum have is the ATFS 315 and 316! The two in summation contribute to what is now the history of the Railroad Museum. Initially numbers 15 and 16, these trains traveled between Galveston and Chicago. They were referred to as the Texas Chief. The F7 trains had a sequence of the number 300, and giving the two trains numbers 315 and 316 helped in honoring the two pieces of history. Before becoming the property of the Galveston Railroad Museum, they changed ownership several times over the years. Southern Pacific Railroad was the initial owner before they were bought by […]