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Texas Seaport Museum, Galveston

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • Good history of Gaveston. The beach was not what drew people to this island, it was the natural port. 
  • We attended a guided tour recently. We had been there before, but the guided tour definitely added much more information and was more interesting. The tour of the Elissa sailing ship was especially en...  read more »
  • This was a nice little 1 hour boat ride around the harbor. Saw some fishing boats unloading and some oil company equipment, etc. Lots of dolphins and birds hanging around and an interesting old concre...  read more »
  • 42$ for 2 adults and 2 children not worth it in my opinion. Pirate ship was kinda cool, museum must be world's smallest. Very overpriced for basically 30 minutes
  • The museum was ok. Not a huge collection. The boat "Elissa" was neat to see. We also got the harbor tour which was well worth it. $20 for all three.
  • Beautiful ship named Elissa which should sail off in a few months. The harbor tour was well worth it!
  • For $33 for not even 30 minutes... it sucks! Says online a fully wooden boat, the engine is new, its basically all steal except the deck.... highly disappointed!
  • A little smaller than I expected... But there is a lot of information conveyed. Enjoyed the exhibit on the role of the Republic of Texas Navy.
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