By Malvika Kashyap
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1. Galveston's Beaches There is plenty of room to choose your own patch of sand and play in the shallow, frequently calm water along the more than ten miles of the Seawall that run along the beach
2. Visit the Strand Historic District The Galveston Strand Historic District, usually referred to as the Strand, made up primarily of Victorian-era structures.
3. Go to Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier This is a pleasant activity for families and a terrific way to spend time if you're in Galveston with kids.
4. Dolphin Sightseeing Tour Galveston Dolphin Sightseeing Tours are well-liked by island visitors since playful dolphins frequently inhabit the Gulf of Mexico waters nearby.
5. Visit Galveston Naval Museum One of Galveston's most magnificent relics is the Galveston Naval Museum, located at Seawolf Park on Pelican Island.
6. Go to 1892 Bishop's Palace The Bishop's Palace, also known as Gresham's Castle and constructed as a private property, is one of the most prominent Victorian mansions in America.
7. Moody Gardens and Aquarium Pyramid There are activities for the whole family in the sizable complex known as Moody Gardens. The excursion may easily go all day.
8. Take the Freedom Walk The Texas Seaport Museum's Middle Passage Marker is where the Freedom Walk begins, and it leads to the African American Museum.
9. Ship to Shore The Ship to Shore experience at Galveston's Historic Seaport, one of the city's newest attractions, educates guests about immigrants through hands-on activities.
10. Fishing Fishing is a popular sport for locals and visitors in Galveston. One of Texas's top locations for deep sea fishing is Galveston.
Bird-watching, visiting the Galveston Tree Sculpture Tour, and touring the Galveston Railroad Museum are a few of the top ten things to do in Galveston, Texas.
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