Go Back in Time at Bishop’s Palace in Galveston

Galveston, Texas USA - May 6, 2014: The famous Bishop's Palace in Galveston was built by Colonel Walter Gresham and architect Nicholas Clayton. The extravagantly decorated house is a Victorian adaptation of the classic Renaissance style.

Calling all history buffs! Club of the Isle is just 15 minutes from one of the oldest Victorian residences in the United States. That’s right, Bishop’s Palace in Galveston is a structure of historical significance. Bishop’s Palace is on the National Register of Historic Places and welcomes more than 65,000 people every year! This is […]

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Explore Local History, Visit the Bryan Museum

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An easy drive from Club of the Isle is a destination that features one of the world’s largest collections of historical artifacts, documents, and art relating to Texas and the American West. Yes, The Bryan Museum is a local institution that thoroughly explores local history. Visit the Bryan Museum and discover its twenty thousand square […]

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Live Music at the Old Quarter Acoustic Café

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Nestled in the heart of the Postoffice Street Arts & Entertainment District is one of the most memorable live music venues in the city. We’re talking about the Old Quarter Acoustic Café. Galveston.com boasts that it’s where the tunes rock and the drinks flow. The café welcomes an array of artists throughout the year, and […]

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