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Now you can explore Galveston Island in
Carriage Haus' Replica
Model-T Rentals!

Galveston Island is a tropical gem Texas offers along it's Gulf Coast for all to explore - and you don't need a time machine to experience it in the style of a Model-T. At Carriage Haus', we want to offer you an experience in your trip like no other with our Replica Model-T Carts to experience our wide selection of food, shopping, festivals and events! Listed below are  places to stay and things to do during your stay we at Carriage Haus personally recommend! 

Enjoy The Southern Hospitality of a Bed and Breakfast!

 
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Galveston East End Guest House

Enriched with Victorian aesthetics and charm, the Galveston East End Guest House is perfect for a romantic get away here on Galveston Island.

 

This two story 1888 Victorian-era home comes with three private suites with full kitchen and private dining areas, a room service style breakfast service, and additional services and packages tailored to your ideal experience.

 

Galveston East End Guest House is perfectly located between Galveston Beach and The Strand Entertainment District - which offers a wide selection of eateries, art galleries, breweries, shopping, and entertainment.

 

For more information - please visit their website below!

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Coppersmith Inn Bed & Breakfast

The Coppersmith Inn Bed & Breakfast is perfect for a beautiful paradise getaway on Galveston Island.

 

This 1887 Victorian-era home is built by German architect, Alfred Muller, who planned and developed town properties and private homes on Galveston Island. The suites are offered with accommodations such as private balconies, full kitchens, a jacuzzi, private bathrooms, and much more.

 

Coppersmith Inn Bed & Breakfast is located both in walking distance to Galveston Beach and The Strand Entertainment District as well as delicious local eats, drinks, and bicycle rental services located on the Seawall.

 

For more information - please visit their website below!

Soak in the Exclusive Luxury of a Galveston Hotel!

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The Tremont House

The 1879 building, formerly a dry goods concern, is an elegant hotel that is located in the middle of Galveston's historic Downtown and Strand District. Offering welcoming suites with historic charm and hospitality, the Tremont House is Pet Friendly and offers standard and deluxe King, Queen, Double Queen, and ADA accessible suites. 

Alongside relaxing rooms, the Tremont House offers a selection unique food and drink at The Tremont Cafe, The Toujouse Bar, and The Rooftop Bar - the city's sole rooftop venue. 

 

For more information - please visit their website below!

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Grand Galvez Hotel & Spa

The Grand Galvez Hotel & Spa is Texas' only historic beachfront hotel on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Known as the "Queen of the Gulf", this luxurious resort was built following the 1900 Storm, and opened June 10, 1911. Alongside spacious rooms and exclusive suites, the Grand Galvez offers spa accommodations with treatments, massage, facials, and even a full-service salon.

A staple in a treasured vacation destination, the bright pink Galvez isn't hard to miss on the Seawall - and will make any trip to Galveston one to remember!

For more information - please visit their website below!

Find Fun on Galveston Island and in the Gulf!

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Texas Fishing Charters

Founded by Captain Zach Lewis, Texas Fishing Charters offers Gulf Coast fishing trips for a memorable trip!

 

From family outings to cooperate events, Texas Fishing Charters works with groups up to 18 people to set you up for a successful day of catching fish. With fuel, boat, bait, and instruction provided, Texas Fishing Charters brings you out to the best places along to gulf to catch trophy fish to catch and release and offers to fillet and bag what you catch and keep. 

 

For more information - please visit their website below!

Enjoy Self Guided Tours around Galveston!

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Tree Sculpture Tour

It was a sad day on September 13, 2008, when Hurricane Ike covered most of the island in a tidal surge. The salty storm waters killed off many of the gorgeous oak trees found throughout the island. However, sculpture artists brought a second life to these deceased trees with whimsical sculptures that now line many neighborhood streets that once housed beautiful canopied trees.

 

A favorite tour of the owners of Carriage Haus!

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Historic Buildings and Homes

Galveston has a rich history that stems back over 200 years.  It was a port that welcomed immigrants from Germany, Italy and Greece and became a leading port for cotton exports. At one time Galveston became Texas’ largest city with a bolstering commercial center.

In 1900 a great storm changed all that leaving the island picking up her pieces. During the 1920s and 1930s the city again began to reemerge as a tourist destination with casinos and other vice businesses. Eventually in the 1950s the illegal businesses finally closed leading the city to a long sluggish economy.

 

The City has once again remerged as a popular tourist and wedding destination leaning on its storied past and architectural beauty. A must for those who appreciate the intricacies of old-world craftsmanship.

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Turtles About Town

Turtles About Town is a community art project created by Turtle Island Restoration Network and Clay Cup Studios showcasing the City of Galveston and the conservation efforts of Turtle Island Restoration Network to protect endangered sea turtles on the upper Texas coast.

There are 50 colorful Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle statues that have been installed around Galveston Island, Texas since 2018.

Businesses and organizations graciously sponsored the turtles while local artists were commissioned to give each one its own personality and meaning.

Tour Information Courtesy of:

[1] Galveston Island Guide 

[2] Turtle Island Restoration Network 

[3] Galveston.com