Explore 12 museums with free & discounted admission during Galveston Museum Day 2022

Galveston Railroad Museum | Photo courtesy of Visit Galveston

Spark your inner history buff with free and discounted admission to 12 local landmarks and museums on Galveston Island during Galveston Museum Day on Saturday, January 29 and Sunday, January 30, 2022.

For one weekend in January, museums and historical landmarks across Galveston Island invite the public to tour through the city’s rich history and arts scene, with free and discounted admission as part of Galveston Museum Day.

Enjoy Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) offers, discounts, free admission, and free tours as you explore popular destination landmarks like the The Moody Mansion and The Grand 1894 Opera House, or walk the art- and artifact-filled halls of Galveston Arts Center, Nia Cultural Center, The Bryan Museum, among many other beloved Galveston institutions.

Check out participating museums and admission details.

Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum | Photo courtesy of Visit Galveston

Participating Museums at Galveston Museum Day 2022

Free Admission

  • Galveston Arts Center
  • Nia Cultural Center
  • Rosenberg Library | Saturday, January 29, 2022 Only (Closed on Sunday, January 30, 2022)
  • The Grand 1894 Opera House | Free Tours on Saturday, January 29, 2022 Only

Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) Admission

  • Galveston Children’s Museum
  • Galveston Naval Museum
  • Galveston Railroad Museum
  • Moody Mansion
  • Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig & Museum
  • The Bryan Museum
  • The Grand 1894 Opera House | Discounted 25% tickets for Neil Berg’s 50 Years of Rock and Roll, plus 20% discounts for select Spring 2022 shows.

Check out participating museums and admission details.

Galveston Museum Day 2022 on Galveston Island

The Bryan Museum | Photo courtesy of Visit Galveston

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