Maceo's Marvelous Muffuletta The history of Galveston’s Maceo family is the stuff of legend.
These days, however, the name is associated with Maceo’s Spice & Import Co., home of the muffuletta. Check out this video and blog pairing to help you navigate Galveston's frequently asked questions.
Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: May 2018 - Fides Senechal's First Communion Memorabilia During the month of May, Rosenberg Library will exhibit a beautiful, hand-carved mother-of-pearl rosary which was presented to Galveston resident Fides Senechal Boening Feather Fest Photo Contest: Fourth Week Winners Announced Prior to the annual Galveston Feather Fest, birders and photographers alike are encouraged to submit their photos for cash prizes! Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: April 2018 - Saengerfest and The Salamander Club of Galveston During the month of April, Rosenberg Library will exhibit several historical items related to Galveston’s 1881 Saengerfest celebration and to the German singing society known as the Salamander Club. Humans of Galveston: New Resident Finds His 'Strandly' Downtown Get a glimpse into the lives of some fascinating people who have made the journey to Galveston, Texas. Take a trip to Moody Gardens or to Galveston Children’s Museum.
Feather Fest Photo Contest: Third Week Winners Announcement Prior to the annual Galveston Feather Fest, birders and photographers alike are encouraged to submit their photos for cash prizes! Seven Must Do Family Activities If you’re running low on ideas that will make everyone happy, here are our suggestions for some must-do family experiences on the island.6 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Galveston You’ve just landed in Galveston for some much-needed R&R and glance out the hotel patio window at the Gulf of Mexico. Do Grandma and Grandpa want to experience the island’s culture?
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We encourage you to take in all that makes our city great.Moody Gardens Palm Beach Opening This Month Summer is just around the corner and Moody Gardens invites everyone to sink their toes in the white sand, lounge beneath palm trees and splash at their beach attractions including a 650-foot lazy river! Centuries of mixing unique ingredients and ethnic influences have made Galveston’s cuisine truly special. And today, tourists seeking distinct, only-in-Texas meals keep pushing the island’s restaurants to ever more creative ends, from craft beer to one-of-a-kind desserts. The quarter-mile strip of Postoffice Street between 23rd & 20th St.has dozens of great shops, top-notch coffee, ice cream and more!When you get that hankering, and your tummy rumbles you won’t be disappointed by the selections and tastes at Hubcap Grill.8 Free Things to Do in Galveston blogger Bobby Stanton takes a look at eight great things to do on the Island, all within steps of downtown, the harbor, and the glorious East End. The quarter-mile strip of Postoffice Street between 23rd & 20th St.10 Things You Probably Don't Know About The Grand 1894 Opera House The Grand 1894 Opera House has an amazing history, but how much of it do you actually know? Check out this video and blog pairing to help you navigate Galveston's frequently asked questions.has dozens of great shops, top-notch coffee, ice cream and more! Free Summertime Activities in Galveston Looking to enjoy island time without spending a pretty penny?NASA Supersonic Test Flights Coming This Fall to Galveston NASA has announced a series of supersonic test flights that will happen off the coast of Galveston this Fall.Seven Must Do Family Activities If you’re running low on ideas that will make everyone happy, here are our suggestions for some must-do family experiences on the island.The Debate Is Over: The Margarita Was Invented In Galveston A lot of sources debate our claim that Santos Cruz invented the margarita at the Balinese Room for singer Peggy Lee.Get a Cost Break by Staying Mid-Week Grab that suntan lotion and put on that sexy swimsuit!Beach season has arrived and Galveston is rolling out the red carpet – eh, make that sand and sea – for the thousands of beachgoers headed to the island.