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Weekend Guide To Galveston For Families

Weekend Guide To Galveston For Families

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Hello there! Probably at least by now, the one who follows Funterest noticed that if I am not sharing about the park, I am sharing about the ocean/beach, or the historic town. For now, this is the easy thing we can at least do and enjoy as a family getaway. If you have kids and looking for a place to spend a weekend, you might want to consider visiting Galveston. Galveston will keep you entertain and amaze.

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About Galveston

Galveston Texas is another place that both my husband and I, love to visit at least once a year if not twice. Galveston is known for Moody Gardens, where giant glass pyramids house sharks, monkeys, and other animals. Amusement rides and restaurants line Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier on the south shore. West is bird-rich Galveston Island State Park, with its trails, kayak launches, and fishing spots. Stewart Beach and East Beach are on the island’s eastern end.

MOODY GARDENS

Moody Gardens are the fun place to spend time with your little ones. Eventhough our son was not even a year old when we took him, he was having fun in the aquarium, and so was daddy.Lol..

Moody Garden Pyramid

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Moody Garden, Galveston, Texas
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THE STRAND

The Strand – Downtown Galveston, a lively strip in the heart of historic Galveston features pubs, delis, and specialty shops.
We love the Strand. It is unique and historical. There are lots of shops, restaurants, and places to hang out and enjoy the beautiful weather. Walking around, window shopping, eating different foods, looking at all different kinds of things, love the old buildings.
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHOCOLATE FACTORY

The smell of this place is very irrestible and will drag you into the store. It’s a candy heaven, great selection, high quality, reasonable prices, friendly accommodating staff, that’s all you need to have a good day. I love the ice cream and the caramel covered green apple was delish.

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GALVESTON ISLAND HISTORIC PLEASURE PIER

Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier a great amusement fun right on the beach but it comes with a price. Yes, it’s a little bit pricey, so if you plan to ride all the rides better yet get an all-day pass. The lights after dark made it a perfect evening.

Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
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SHRIMP & STUFF RESTAURANT

Small off the beaten path gems, but obviously popular with the locals. Truly a great find. Must try if you like seafood! We had the best fried shrimp in town, and thier fried catfish are big enough to share. Very casual atmosphere.

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WHERE TO STAY

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach

Nice hotel, great location. We stayed for three days, and we got the room with balcony facing the ocean. We enjoyed it every moment. Their staffs are super friendly and helpful. Pleasure Pier is just a walking distance.

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This comfortable resort in Galveston offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as water slides and a free shuttle service. It is also a five-minute walk from the Lone Star Flight Museum and Moody Gardens, and is close to many of the area’s attractions. 

Moody Gardens Hotel Spa and Convention Center has a gym with a swimming pool. There is also a BBQ area on-site for guests to use. It also has its very own spa and wellness centre, The Spa At Moody Gardens. 

There are 418 rooms at Moody Gardens Hotel Spa and Convention Center, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay. 

The resort offers a variety of places to dine, including Terrace Restaurant and Lobby Bar. There is also a range of breakfast options available every morning.

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Loreli

Hello there! My name is Loreli, I am 39 years old and a mother to two beautiful, and energetic boys. I love to cook and travel, so whenever we are not traveling I am busy cooking/baking in the kitchen.

9 thoughts on “Weekend Guide To Galveston For Families

  1. Galveston looks like such an entertaining place for the entire family! I have to say, that food looks delicious haha can you tell I’m hungry?

    Holly x

    1. Hi Holly,

      The food was the best part of this trip. We don’t get that much fresh seafood in our area. So whenever we can get it, we always stuffed ourselves. lol..

  2. Amazing place and it looks big and packed with amazing things to explore and have fun with :)). The food is delicious xp :)). Great post!

  3. Yessssssss we love Galveston and we are only about 6 hours away! Every place that you mentioned we’ve been. I even got my ear piereced down there on the strip. What do you do for lodging when you’re there!?

    1. Hi Mariah,
      We stayed at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach. We love it, great location just across the beach and newly renovated.
      Enjoy and have fun!

      lore

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