Galveston is an island city on the Gulf Coast of Texas, known for its gorgeous seascape and Offatts Bayou views. Southern hospitality, historic hotels, and Jimmy Buffet-style island appeal make this one of the state’s most eclectic escapes. The infamous Pleasure Pier is home to an amusement park and rows of mouthwatering restaurants, while the strand boasts some of the state’s most lavish accommodations. There is an abundance of wedding locales for both the high roller and the bargain hunter, making this one of Texas’ most unique places to tie the knot. Here are the Top 25 places to get hitched in Galveston. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
Built in the 1800s, this mansion is a superb choice for couples who desire refinement and formality. The red brick exterior features windows with ivory plaster trellises, and forest green shutters. A large balcony extends broadly over the front entrance. Large palms grow tall in the yard, adding a unique tropical feel to the colonial style estate. The interior has wood flooring, crème walls, and silk drapery. Period light fixtures, antique art frames, and molding detail are all designed in gold. A grand staircase and multiple fireplaces add to the classical feel. An open-air, iron gazebo wrapped in green vines domes largely on the green; an optional space for ceremony. Couples may contact the venue for more information.
2328 Broadway Avenue J, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-765-3402
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Nestled in the French Quarter, this wedding venue exudes Parisian charm. A large front balcony extends over the city sidewalk below. The interior is crème, with wood panel accents and a large red brick wall. French doors and windows are dressed in white plantation shutters. An antique looking, wood bar is backed by mirrors. Dim lighting and strand lights create a sultry feel. Overhead, an oval shaped balcony overlook runs the entire periphery of the lounge. A skylight draws in soft light, perfect for the pre-reception ceremony. There is also an intimately sized courtyard, with brick pavers and green ivy. Couples who wish to learn more about the catering options and capacity limits may contact the venue directly.
323 Tremont (23rd Street), Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-771-0937
3.DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach
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A waterfront location, this intimately sized hotel has mid-century modern appeal. The minimalist design feel gives each space a sleek look. Shimmering tones of champagne, bronze, and cocoa add a bit of glamor. Art deco light fixtures and mirrors complete the style. The two event spaces are intimately sized, with the largest seating 130 guests for dinner. An onsite restaurant serves as caterer, although the bride and groom could choose to host the reception within the establishment itself. The laid back couple may prefer a beach ceremony, followed by a cocktail hour in the tiki-style pool bar. A team of event planners is available to assist the bride and groom with planning and day-of coordination.
1702 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-762-4141
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4.Dickens on the Strand
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An eccentric choice for wedding day, Dickens on the Strand is an old-world live festival. Townsman dressed in Victorian-era costumes walk the cobblestone streets, putting on impromptu shows. Couples may renew their vows or marry in group ceremonies. Different package options dictate the group size and number of wedding guests allowed, per couple. Music, photography, a tiered cake, and a champagne toasts are perks offered by Dickens. The most deluxe of all package options offers newlyweds a showcase on one of the parade floats. Playful couples will enjoy the laughter and theatrical nature of this wedding locale.
2228 Broadway, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-765-3401
5.Galveston Island Convention Center
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Located beachfront, the convention center offers both elegance and convenience. There are nearly twenty entertainment spaces to choose from, seating between 140 guests and a whopping 1,250 guests. The grand ballroom is the largest venue and features a contemporary design feel. Champagne hues, tasteful carpeting, reverse tray ceilings, and indoor palms create an airy feel. A wall of expansive windows reveals gorgeous views of the gulf. Gourmet catering is provided by the San Luis Resort. Complimentary florals and votives are included within reception dinner packages. A team of expert level event planners assists the bride and groom in planning down to the last detail. There are over seven hundred guest rooms onsite, adding to ease.
5600 Seawall Boulevard, Suite 207, Galveston, TX, Phone: 866-505-4456, ext. 145
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6.Galveston Island Palms Outdoor Events & Parties
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A Jimmy Buffet style paradise, this wedding venue covers 29,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped grounds. Tall palms, banana leaf plants, hibiscus, and plumeria are just a few of the tropical botanicals that grow here. Couples exchange vows underneath a wooden pergola. The reception pavilion wears curtains of vertical twinkle lights along its periphery; it’s got a romantically, vintage vibe. There are also brick patios, a BBQ pit, and a tiki-style bar. The owners cater to “do-it-yourself” couples, but happily provide catering, day-of coordination, décor, and staffing to folks that want some extra help. Extra perks include complimentary ice, yard games, cool mist, and torch lighting. Set-up and take-down are included. Seating accommodates up to 300 guests.
5802 Avenue South, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-539-7256
7.Galveston Railroad Museum
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Eccentric and elegant, the railroad museum brings a sense of timelessness to wedding day affairs. The large gallery room has marble flooring and formidable, hexagon-shaped columns. Wooden waiting benches, antique store fronts, and phone booths with emerald tin interiors add to the historic feel. Guests may instead choose to exchange vows outdoors in the gazebo, which has a palm tree lined aisle leading up to it. There are several photo opportunities to be had among the museum’s collection of old trains. Reception dinners may be hosted in the two dining cars; one car seating 40 guests and the other 64 guests. Leather chairs, gold trimmed mirrors, and early American style fixtures exude class.
2602 Santa Fe Place, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-765-5700
8.Galveston Wedding Chapel
A brown and red striped awning, and a carnival horse and carriage mark the spot for this wedding locale. The interior design of the front room and adjacent parlors has Wild West appeal. Wood flooring, floral wallpaper, ivory lace curtains, and a piano complete the look. Couples may choose to wed in the ceremony space, which features smooth white walls, bronze lamp and crystal chandeliers, and columned backdrop. An antique staircase descends into the space, perfect for the bride’s grand entry. Couples may instead choose to exchange vows in the garden courtyard’s gazebo. The site’s minister may also officiate weddings on the beach. A simple selection of wedding packages is available.
715 Broadway Avenue J, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-762-8888
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9.Hotel Galvez and Spa
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Aptly nicknamed “The Queen Of The Gulf”, the architecture and crisp white exterior of the resort give it a luxurious, Cuban-estate design feel. Sparkling water views, lush gardens, and shimmering water features give several options for outdoor wedding backdrops. Airy halls, interior archways, enormous windows, and towering columns create coastal opulence. Lavishly appointed ballrooms are dressed in Spanish style chandeliers, gold detail, and silk drapery. Reception spaces can seat between 60-400 guests. Couples choose from a gourmet menu of sumptuous dinner and hor d’oeuvres options. Hand crafted cocktails are poured from a fully decked, rich mahogany bar. Superbly appointed packages are designed to taste. Perks include special room rates, spa amenities, and valet parking. “Spectacular” is an understatement!
2024 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-765-7721
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10.Lasker Inn Bed & Breakfast and Event Venue
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A colonial-style estate, the home features two levels of neatly aligned wrap-around patios. The exterior is painted in stormy gray, with bright white columns and railings. Wood floors, early American furniture, heavy silk drapery, and crystal chandeliers structure the interior space. Antique art, bronze fixtures, and a grand piano exude stateliness. Natural light streams in from an abundance of windows. Six guest rooms and a bridal wedding-day suite add convenience. Garden grounds with Oleanders in bloom, and a rooftop deck offer additional spaces to entertain. The estate is located in the heart of the island, a short walk away from shopping, nightlife, and beaches. The venue may be contacted directly for information regarding catering and planning services.
1019 16th Street, Galveston Island, TX, Phone: 409-497-4318
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11.Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center
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A waterfront wedding destination, this hotel rests upon 242 acres of tropical landscaping with sparkling views of the gulf. The establishment boasts a plethora of exquisite entertainment spaces to choose from, seating anywhere between 100 guests and 1,100 guests. A second floor ballroom features expansive glass walls, offering panoramic vistas of the Offattes Bayou. The grand ballroom is spectacular, with layered recessed ceilings and immense chandeliers. Wood panel walls, bronze inlay, heavy silk drapery, and elegant carpeting add to opulence. Gourmet catering and signature cocktails are crafted to perfection. Butler passed hor d’oeuvres, champagne toasts, and special room rates are just a few of the perks included within luxury package options. Wedding planning services are executed with precision.
7 Hope Boulevard, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-683-4410
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A crisp white exterior, tasteful plaster design, and lustrous mahogany-trimmed windows give wedding-goers a delightful “first look” at the evening’s venue for celebration. A lengthy 2nd story balcony hovers broadly over the infamous brick sidewalk of the French Quarter, creating a romantic backdrop for photos of the bride and groom. Victorian charm extends itself to the building’s interior. A handsomely appointed ballroom opens onto the balcony. Fireplaces, fountains, and a grand staircase add to the old-world feel. Seating accommodates up to 400 guests. A fully equipped catering kitchen is available for use. Couples will need to hire their own caterers, vendors, and planners. Lighting, audio visual capabilities, tables, and chairs are provided. A private ladies lounge is available.
2214 Strand, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-762-5921
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Once a private estate, this venue offers an intimate place to gather. The plantation style mansion has a crisp white exterior, with black shutters. A broad front staircase leads up to a shallow portico, with an arched entry held up by two columns. The ceremony gazebo rests in the grassy yard, nestled in among lush green trees and botanicals. The gazebo area and yard may also serve as the reception space. Polished mahogany flooring, paneled walls, and etched columns exude a sort of coastal charm. A fully equipped kitchen is available for use. Couples will need to furnish their own caterers, vendors, and planners. There are private rooms available for overnight stays.
1301 Market Street, Galveston, TX, Phone: 713-468-8868
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14.Sea Star Base Galveston
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Sporting eco-friendly architectural design, this bayside venue has a clean, coastal look. The waterfront amphitheater serves as the chapel. It features sleek wooden, with towering piers creating an A-frame design overhead. Modern-style bench seating accommodates 200 guests for ceremony. The bride and groom will love saying “I Do” while taking in the beauty of Offatts Bayou and the marina; yachts resting on the water. An indoor ballroom occupies the 5th floor of the main building. Glass walls gift expansive views of the bay. Beachy wood slat ceilings, wave-like lighting installations, white walls, and polished concrete flooring structure the space. Seating can accommodate up to 275 guests. A commercial grade kitchen is available for use.
7509 Broadway, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-572-2560
15.The Bryan Museum
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Built with a Renaissance revival design feel, the museum offers a plethora of classic wedding venues. Couples may choose a lawn ceremony, near an immense fountain, with towering palms and architectural views. Instead, the bride and groom might choose the polished patio, beneath the open-air gazebo, which features a domed, iron-beam roof. Bright foliage and botanicals enclose the space. Receptions are held in the exquisitely designed conservatory, built entirely of brass and glass. Chandeliers, floral vines, and amber lights that run along the structure’s beams create a breathtaking backdrop. Up to 200 guests may be seated. Bar packages are available. Couples select from a list of preferred caterers and vendors. Luxurious bridal and groom suites are provided.
1315 21st Street, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-632-7685
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© The Lyceum
Located near the historical district, the Lyceum represents 19th century grandeur. Once a place of worship, the brick and stone column exterior exhibit the architectural nuances of a chapel. The interior is majestic. Exposed wall and ceiling beams form rows of duplicated arches that run the length of the old church, inspiring images of what Noah’s Ark may have looked like inside. Each length of wall features seven floor-to-ceiling, stained glass windows; truly a marvelous sight! Gleaming wood flooring and subtle gold details add to stateliness. A choir loft provides an excellent perch for musicians, or perhaps the photographer. The space transforms easily from ceremony to reception, seating 200 guests. A prep kitchen and free parking add to convenience.
2401 Winne, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-789-4142
17.The Moody Mansion
Built in 1895, the façade of the building features red brick and a large covered porch, lined with white stone archways. Once a private mansion, the estate boasts early-American opulence. The woodwork and craftsmanship of the interior is exquisite in its detail. Herringbone flooring, mahogany panel walls and built-ins, and a split-level staircase feature ornate detail. Marble fireplaces, stained glass windows, gold accents, and classical period fixtures add to charm. Antique rugs, floral drapery, and opulent wallpaper give varied distinction to each parlor and entertainment space. Couples may host the reception dinner in the grand ballroom or in a tent pavilion outdoors. The bride and groom must provide their own caterers, vendors, and planners.
2618 Broadway, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-762-7668
18.The Porch Cafe
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The architecture and design of this venue masters the classy-casual, beach cottage look. White siding, square columns, and three levels of mile-long porches structure the exterior. Two porches are covered, while the third is open-air, each sporting a lagoon view. Minimalism and coastal influence blend to create an airy interior. A crisp white and pale blue palette, beechwood, polished concrete, steel fans, and bulb pendant lights achieve the look. Couples may choose to reserve a specific area of the restaurant, or the entire venue, which seats 135 guests total. An outdoor tent pavilion may be set up on the grassy lawn, surrounded by palms and botanicals. A superb, seasonally inspired menu features gulf seafood and wagyu beef dishes.
1625 East Beach Drive #2A, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-762-0808
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19.The San Luis Resort, Spa and Conference Center
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A spectacular, waterfront venue, this resort ensures an impeccable wedding day experience. Couples may choose a fresh-air ceremony on the immaculately manicured lawn with gold views, or in the white-roofed gazebo. The grand ballroom is exquisite, with layered reverse tray ceilings, gold wall trim and moldings, and robustly sized chandeliers. The color palette is elegant, with light creme, silver, and gold tones. Fresh florals and votives are included. Seating accommodates up to 500 guests. Personalized dinner menus and signature cocktail design are included within an array of luxurious packages. The spa generously offers day-of make-up and hair for the bride and her party. The staff’s wedding team guarantees exceptional attention to detail, and a flawlessly executed vision.
5222 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, TX, Phone: 800-392-5937
20.The Tremont House
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A resplendent jewel in the Historic Strand District, this stately hotel features a salmon toned façade and rows of arched windows. Carved trellises, bronze detail, and bellmen services add to the regal quality of the hotel. A crisp white, open-air lobby features a brick accent wall, towering palms, and a baby grand piano. An ornately carved, mahogany bar serves libations. The venue’s interior design is dressed in various shades of ivory and pebble. Tailored moldings, paneled walls, and black marble floors exude luxury. There are eight locales to choose from, seating between 50-800 guests. The ballroom features 14-foot ceilings and elegant décor. A rooftop bar boasts views of the gulf and carnival pier. Decadent menu options ensure delight!
2300 Ship's Mechanic Row, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-763-0300
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21.The Trolley Station Wedding Venue
Built in 1894, this spacious wedding locale offers an abundance of square footage and a variety of entertainment spaces. The building front is made of ivory stone and a wall of arched, floor to ceiling windows dressed in green trim. The main ballroom has exposed, rustic wood beaming and support studs. A gray brick wall, polished concrete flooring, and crystal chandeliers complete the look. Couples may also choose to decorate with strands of twinkle lights. Gold Chiavari chairs seat up to 300 guests. An atrium features massive mahogany wood beaming, early-American lanterns, and low-growing palm trees; perfect for a cocktail hour or sparkler send-off. The bride and groom will need to supply their own planner, caterer, and vendors.
2021 Strand, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-771-8252
22.The Villa Bed and Breakfast
A bright pink, Mediterranean style building, this location offers a budget-friendly location to say, “I Do”. Couples wed in the courtyard gazebo, surrounded by gardens and a brick patio. Seating can accommodate up to 40 attendees. The villa has three bedrooms that can be reserved by the wedding party. Early-American style and an eclectic array of antiques fashion each space. A wood staircase offers a sweet spot for photos of the bride. Wedding packages include fruit and charcuterie platters, and non-alcoholic beverages. Couples may contact the venue directly, for more information regarding offsite catering and vendor options.
1723 25th Street, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-766-1722
23.The Villas at the San Luis Resort
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An island paradise retreat, the villas are nestled within a private corner of the San Luis Resort. There are five 800-square-foot, luxuriously appointed, private suites. The décor features smooth white and sand colored hues, louvred wood doors, and marble accents. Each suite has its own private veranda. The bride and groom exchange vows in the gazebo, overlooking the gulf’s sun drenched beaches. A small reception may be hosted at the resort’s Italian grotto or steakhouse. The private pool features a bar and private cabanas, with bottle service accompaniment. There are VIP amenities galore. The Villas are a perfect location for a lavish, intimately sized wedding experience.
5222 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-744-1500
24.Waterfront Event Center
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The only waterfront location in Galveston to boast over-water decks, this venue offers unobstructed views of the bay and Offatts Bayou. Rippling water landscapes, gorgeous sunset views, marina vessels, and summer fireworks make this one of the area’s most enchanting places to tie the knot. The nautical exterior is beachy white, with two oversized decks, one of them covered. There is a ballroom with sea views, marble floors, crisp white walls, and a granite bar. Seating accommodates 150 guests. Two VIP rooms are available to the bridal and groomsman party. Packages include catering, service staff, DJ services, tableware, and centerpieces. Couples must furnish their own alcohol. Outside vendors are permitted. A catering prep kitchen is available for use.
1723 61st Street Galveston, TX, Phone: 409-497-9685
24 Best Wedding Venues in Galveston, Texas
- Ashton Villa, Photo: jonbilous/stock.adobe.com
- Bienville Social, Photo: Bienville Social
- DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach, Photo: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach
- Dickens on the Strand, Photo: Galveston Historical Foundation
- Galveston Island Convention Center, Photo: Galveston Island Convention Center
- Galveston Island Palms Outdoor Events & Parties, Photo: Galveston Island Palms Outdoor Events & Parties
- Galveston Railroad Museum, Photo: Galveston Railroad Museum
- Galveston Wedding Chapel, Photo: malkovkosta/stock.adobe.com
- Hotel Galvez and Spa, Photo: Hotel Galvez and Spa
- Lasker Inn Bed & Breakfast and Event Venue, Photo: Lasker Inn Bed & Breakfast and Event Venue
- Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center, Photo: Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center
- Roof Garden, Photo: Roof Garden
- Runge House, Photo: Runge House
- Sea Star Base Galveston, Photo: Sea Star Base Galveston
- The Bryan Museum, Photo: The Bryan Museum
- The Lyceum, Photo: The Lyceum
- The Moody Mansion, Photo: jonbilous/stock.adobe.com
- The Porch Cafe, Photo: The Porch Café
- The San Luis Resort, Spa and Conference Center, Photo: The San Luis Resort, Spa and Conference Center
- The Tremont House, Photo: The Tremont House
- The Trolley Station Wedding Venue, Photo: olegparylyak/stock.adobe.com
- The Villa Bed and Breakfast, Photo: jaroslavkettner/stock.adobe.com
- The Villas at the San Luis Resort, Photo: Africa Studio/stock.adobe.com
- Waterfront Event Center, Photo: Waterfront Event Center
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Attraction Spotlight: Moody Mansion
There are few attractions that rival the Moody Mansion in capturing Galveston’s unique cultural heritage. Located in Galveston, Texas, the mansion has been a renowned landmark for decades. In visiting the Moody Mansion, visitors can get a sense of turn of the century life in Galveston through the artifacts, furnishings, and biographies of the Moody family.
While the house itself was built in 1895, it became associated with the Moody family in the fall of 1900, when W.L. Moody, Jr. bought the property for his growing family. The timing of the purchase was particularly surprising as it took place after a major hurricane, which saw almost half of Galveston demolished and abandoned. Despite this, W.L. Moody, Jr. went ahead with the deal, believing Galveston would once again regain its place as the thriving metropolitan town it had been prior to the catastrophe. The Moody family moved into their new home in 1900 and the mansion remained the family’s place of residence until 1986.
The Moody Mansion was originally owned by Narcissa Willis and was designed by the English architect William Tyndall. The building stands four stories tall, contains a total of 20 rooms, and spans 28,000 square feet. The interior was originally furnished by a well-known New York City-based design group called Pottier and Stymus Company. W.L. Moody, Jr., like his father, W.L Moody, was a very successful merchant and financier. Over the course of his career, he was also involved in ranching, publishing, hotel development, and insurance. W.L. Moody, Jr. and his wife Libby lived at the Moody Mansion with their four children: Mary, William, Shearn, and Libby. Mary Moody devoted her life to maintaining the family businesses, her philanthropic efforts, and their legacy. Today her efforts live on by way of the Moody Foundation and the Mary Moody Northen Endowment, which provides important contributions to the fields of historic preservation, health care, education, and the arts.
The two main floors of the mansion are open to the public and host a range of exhibits throughout the year. All the furnishings on display once belonged to the Moody family, making them of considerable interest to local history buffs. Those with a keen eye for design will appreciate the various styles of furnishings on display, which include French Rococo and Classic Revival.
The Mary’s Gallery area of the mansion hosts a variety of exhibitions, which change throughout the year to reflect the changing seasons as well as various aspects of the Moody family legacy. Recently, Mary Moody Northen’s collection of Native American artifacts was on display there. This exhibition featured kachina dolls, jewelry, baskets, and pottery.
The garage is currently home to an exhibit titled Auto Fever. It discusses the history and impact of the automobile in the United States. Visitors can learn about the rise of the automobile in American culture by examining the Moody’s own vehicles, including Mary Moody’s 1930s Studebaker.
Visitors with young children can enrich their experience by visiting the Galveston Children’s Museum, located on the ground floor of the Moody Mansion. There, children can enjoy a variety of hands-on activities during their visit to the mansion.
Those planning a trip to the Moody mansion are advised to check the website for upcoming and current exhibitions.
The Moody Mansion has three types of tours for visitors. For those who prefer to tour at their own pace, the Moody Mansion offers two audio tours; the Moody Family Tour allows visitors to hear first-hand accounts of the Moody family lineage through the original testimony of six members of the family. The second audio tour is called Mary’s Tour, as it is narrated by an actress playing a younger version of Mary Moody Northen. In addition to the audio tours, the mansion offers a Guided Legacy tour, where participants can gain access to areas of the mansion that are typically closed to public viewing. This tour gives visitors a more intimate and interactive experience as it is led by a museum guide who is well versed in Mary Moody’s collections and rationale for preserving her family’s history. The variety of touring options make it easy for visitors to learn about Galveston’s history and the impact the Moody family had on the town.
In addition to the Moody Mansion, the family also established the Moody Gardens, which is located only a 15-minute drive from the mansion. This spectacular attraction has much to offer visitors of all ages. An aquarium, a 3D movie theatre, and a water park are just a handful of the attractions on offer there.
2618 Broadway Avenue J, Galveston, TX 77550, Phone: 409-762-7668
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