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All reviews seaport museum below deck harbor tour sleeping quarters piece of history the galley audio tour small museum gift shop step back in time interesting history walk around self guided boat ride volunteers sails skiing
I have been coming here for many years, I love old ships and this one is so beautifully restored. It actually goes out for sailing trips but you have to be one of the volunteers to go on it for that. Otherwise you can just...More
Take time to watch the video in the ticket shop/museum first. It is impressive that this ship is still seaworthy. It is beautifully maintained and interesting to see how life on a tall ship might have been. We were in a bit of a hurry...More
We had a very nice tour of this restored old sailing vessel. The restoration effort by many people made this lesson in history possible.
The attention to detail including the bunks where the crew slept as well as the galley, the captains quarters and the...More
My family was very excited to come see this ship today but it was locked up. No indication they were closed today outside or online and they didn’t answer the phone they had posted outside. We were all disappointed. The website says it’s closed Thanksgiving...More
For the most part you can see just about the whole exterior of the ship without paying. Paying for the tour got you below decks, but wasn't all that. Paying also got you access to the museum, but that wasn't all that either. Most of...More
Found this very interesting. We visited the top floor of the museum first which housed a history of the Texas Navy.
Then downstairs is a history of Galveston as a n immigration port. Lots of interesting facts her.
Then into the theatre for a video...More
Walk on board of the Elissa and step back in time! This beautiful old ship is one of 3 of the oldest masted ships in use in the world. You can do your own walking tour, or, if you are lucky enough, you might be...More
I doubt that animals, other than service animals, are allowed. The ship is really not conducive to animals. I recommend getting the seaport package that allows you tobtpur the museum and ship, as well as take the harbor tour.