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 the City with a Galveston Island Pass

Tourist exploring local attractions with the Galveston Island Pass

Whether you’re new to town or a lifelong resident, exploring the city with a Galveston Island Pass is a great way to see the area’s most popular attractions at a reduced price. There are three unique packages to choose from, such as “History Buffs.” This package includes:   Ocean Star Oil Rig Museum Located next […]

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