Wild West Love Affair at Bryan Museum
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Wild West Love Affair at Bryan Museum

One of the largest collections of artifacts and documents of the American West is in Galveston.  Whether you’re a history buff, American West fan, or art lover, you’ll be fascinated by the collection at the Bryan Museum. The journey back through time starts with the building itself is historic.  From 1902 to 1987 it was … Continue reading

Swing by the Sea in Galveston
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Swing by the Sea in Galveston

When you think of Galveston, golf may not be the first thing that pops into your mind. But if you want to take a swing by the sea, head over to Moody Gardens Golf Course. On this seaside course, you can tee it up on fairways line with over 500 palm trees swaying in the … Continue reading

The Tremont House
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The Tremont House

Galveston is a historic city with incredible Victorian architecture.  At the end of the 1800s it was known as the “New York of the South.”  The 1900 Hurricane when over 6,000 people perished changed things, but this port city rebuilt and has a rich history equal to cities like Charleston or New Orleans.  Once the … Continue reading

Great Grub in Galveston
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Great Grub in Galveston

Part of the Galveston experience is of course food.  There are a lot of options so let me share a couple of my favs from my recent trips filming on the island.  I’ve got the spots you should try for breakfast, coffee, and lunch. Breakfast:  Mosquito Cafe.  I know, the name may not be that … Continue reading

1892 Bishop’s Palace
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1892 Bishop’s Palace

As part of a shoot in Galveston, I recently got to tour 1892 Bishop’s Palace.  As I walked up to the steps, I was immediately intrigued by the place since it was a survivor of the Great Hurricane of 1900, which killed more than 6,000 people. The Chateausque mansion was able to sustain nature’s wrath … Continue reading