Galveston Island is one of the state’s top destinations, known for its 32 miles of beaches and warm Gulf waters, beautiful Galveston Island State Park, Victorian architecture and exciting entertainment for the entire family.
Home to the legendary Alamo, this city is rich in history and fascinating sites. Visit Missions National Historical Park, wander through shops and eateries on the San Antonio River Walk or enjoy the events and natural beauty of Brackenridge Park.
In this Gulf Coast city, you’ll find sparkling beaches and attractions for all ages. Spot sea turtles at Padre Island National Seashore, see fascinating creatures at the aquarium or hop aboard the USS Lexington, a WWII ship that’s now a museum.
Dubbed the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin is famous for its exciting music and arts scene. The city is also home to celebrated museums, delicious food and charming shops. Plus, it’s bordered by Hill Country’s vineyards and natural beauty.
Award-winning restaurants, an amazing museum district, thousands of acres of parks and nature centers, a thriving arts scene and great nightlife are all part of what makes Texas’ largest city worth adding to your must-see list.
The vast range of things to see in the Lone Star State ensure it lives up to the old slogan, “everything is bigger in Texas.” Though many might associate the state with rodeos and ranches—and you can certainly find them if that’s what you’re looking for—there’s truly something to delight every traveler here. Play in the waves at Gulf Coast beaches, go wine tasting in Texas Hill Country, hike through scenic state parks, enjoy live music, admire some of the country’s best museums, find theme park thrills and savor a variety of delicious cuisines.