Things to Do in Houston, TX

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Art studio offers painting classes for people of all levels of experience in a relaxing and creative environment
46.6 Miles
78% 1705 votes
Landmarks Galveston, TX MoreLess Info
The Sea Wall was originally built in 1903, and has been extended many times to its current 10 mile length. The wall is 17 feet high and 16 feet thick at its base, and is painted with sea murals by children.
46.6 Miles
92% 311 votes
Dolphin Tours 2101 Harborside Drive, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
Established in 2005, BayWatch Dolphin Tours is a unique tour experience that offers guests the opportunity to get up close and observe dolphins in their natural habitat. Tours are led by experienced guides who are very knowledgeable about dolphins.
46.6 Miles
67% 107 votes
Movie Theaters 2100 Harborside Drive, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
There are three presentations shown at Pier 21 Theater. All of the films reflect some history of Galveston and include The Great Storm that covers the 1900 hurricane, The Pirate Island of Jean Laffite about the infamous pirate, and Galveston: Gateway to the Gulf about the city's role in immigration.
46.6 Miles
73% 82 votes
Specialty Museums Pier 21, Number 8, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
With Texas Seaport Museum, visitors can walk on the deck and explore the interior of a three-masted, 1877 tall ship. The museum also has exhibits with displays filled with artifacts and remnants from maritime history.
46.7 Miles
76% 21 votes
Specialty Museums 20th St & Harborside Dr, Ste 1, 19th Street, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
Ocean Star Museum features three floors of models and interactive displays relating the science of offshore oil and gas including seismic technology, exploration and production. Exhibits include scale models of production platforms, drill bits and remotely-operated vehicles.
46.8 Miles
82% 1850 votes
Historic Districts The Strand, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
The Strand is a historic district that offers shops, restaurants, galleries, and museums. Popular museums in the area include Ocean Star Offshore Energy Center and Museum and Pier 21 Theater.
46.8 Miles
91% 561 votes
Sculpture Parks Renaissance Historic District, Galveston, TX MoreLess Info
Hurricane Ike killed 40,000 trees on Galveston Island, and so Galveston Island Tree Conservancy was formed to help turn the dead trees into sculptures including 3 Pelicans and Fish, Alligators, Angel Cradling Bunny, Angel with Lambs, and Dalmatian. The 33 sculptures are visible all over Galveston.
46.8 Miles
62% 242 votes
Piers & Boardwalks 123 Rosenberg Drive, Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
The Port of Galveston, which features a variety of water attractions for younger guests to enjoy, including slash pads, rides, and pools, offers guests the opportunity to go on a cruise. Visitors of this site will be able to visit the casino or watch a movie.
46.9 Miles
88% 455 votes
History Museums 2618 Broadway St., Galveston, TX 77550 MoreLess Info
Cotton magnate W.L Moody Jr. brought the home in 1900, and lived in the home for 80 years. Visitors can take a tour of the restored home, and the Moody Mansion can also be rented for special events.
46.9 Miles
95% 150 votes
Historic Districts Galveston, TX MoreLess Info
A beautiful tour to walk, drive or bike is Galveston's East End Historic District tour. The neighborhood is rich with scenic historic architecture and information, beautiful photo locations and charming cafes.