Texas Seaport Museum
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|Facility:||Texas Seaport Museum|
|Description:||Share the adventure of the high seas at the Texas Seaport Museum, home of the celebrated 1877 tall ship ELISSA. Explore the decks of this floating National Historic Landmark which has also been designated one of America's Treasures by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Walk ELISSA's decks and imagine the days when daring sailors challenged the world's oceans. In the adjacent museum and theater, witness the story of ELISSA's dramatic rescue from the scrapyard and her meticulous restoration.
Located in the historic port of Galveston, the Texas Seaport Museum also tells the story of a rich legacy of seaborne commerce and immigration. Look for ancestors with a one-of-a-kind computer database containing the names of more than 133,000 immigrants who entered the United States through Galveston, "'The Ellis Island of the West"'. Join the Museum's staff and volunteers as they bring the past to life through special exhibits and educational programs.
Admission includes self-guided tours of the Texas Seaport Museum and ELISSA, a theater presentation and access to the Galveston Immigration Database.
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|Address 1:||21 Pier Ste 8|
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|Hours:||Open 10am - 5pm daily
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and during annual Sea Trials.
Student [Age 7-18] $6.00
Child [Age 6 and under] FREE
Family [2 adults and up to 3 children under 19] $22.50
GALVESTON HISTORICAL FOUNDATION members FREE
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