Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Galveston

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Galveston

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Galveston.

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    Amazing little brewery! Great selection of their brews. They do growler and half growler fills. Get a flight and take some home -- Jake Kaufman via Foursquare
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    Try ferry your car to an island.... -- Kar2 via Foursquare
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    A 10 story Rainforest Pyramid offers an incredible tropical environment & is home to the largest bat exhibit in the Southwest. The newest attraction, the Aquarium Pyramid, is the largest in the world. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    It is a great beach. I just wish people wouldn't throw cans, plastic bottles & cigarette butts on it. -- Alton Freeman via Foursquare
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    It was awesome with my girls and my beautiful wife. -- Brian Charles via Foursquare
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    This place is just gorgeous. My hubby & I sat back relaxed while our kids had fun playing in the sun & ocean.Parking was easy.Beach was clean. I just wish they had better public bathrooms. -- Laura Watkins via Foursquare
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    Nice place for families. Parking area away from the beach but with easy access to the beach. Entrance fee is $8. They have two chairs and umbrella set out by the water. They rent for $30. -- Jimmie M. via Foursquare
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    Great beer selection and superb bartenders -- Chris Kaufman via Foursquare
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    Such a beautiful view at sunrise. -- TheASC Doctor via Foursquare
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    Nice place, camping site is a bit too close for my taste (neighbor to neighbor). Rangers are nice and friendly. Not too much for trails but the sea wall proved great for this. -- Tracy Ford via Foursquare
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    The sea water is as warm as bath water in the summer.My friends from Europe can't believe it. See Galvez Hotel tips at USAbrandsdot biz -- Jen Shaw via Foursquare
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    Built by lawyer Colonel Walter Gresham and designed by Nicholas Clayton, this Victorian castle was cited by the American Institute of Architects as one of the 100 most important buildings in America. -- Galveston.com via Foursquare
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