Haunted Happenings: Galveston Harbor Halloween Party

Photo Credit: Galveston History

It’s Halloween week, and the Galveston Harbor Halloween Party on Saturday is sure to put you in the spooky spirit! Get your tickets for this weekend’s festivities now.

Galveston Harbor Halloween Party

Galveston Island Harbor Halloween Party

It’s Halloween week, and if you’re like us, you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend. To celebrate the 144th birthday of the ELISSA, Galveston along with Saint Arnold Brewing Company are taking this spooky holiday to the high seas.

Don’t worry baseball fans, Game 4 of the World Series will be streaming on the dock so you can keep tabs on the Houston Astros.

Additionally, if you love prizes, be sure to show up in a costume! Any costume that is associated with the ELISSA’s history will get extra bonus points, Think sailor, fisherman, or pirate.

Galveston Harbor Halloween Party Tickets & Details

Galveston Island Harbor Halloween Party

The party begins this Saturday, October 30th from 6 pm to 9 pm. You can get on board the Tall Ship ELISSA at the Galveston Historic Seaport, located at Pier 22, Suite 8, Galveston, TX 77550.

Tickets are $75 and include many treats and drinks. Each ticket will get you cake, food, complimentary beer, music, and more. 

About the Tall Ship ELISSA

Based in our very own Galveston, Texas, the Tall Ship ELISSA is one of the oldest ships sailing on the seas today. Thanks to the Galveston Historical Foundation, who saved ELISSA from a scrapyard in Greece, ELISSA was completed restored into the historic ship that she is today.

With more than 40,000 visitors annually, the Tall Ship ELISSA is pretty popular. Fun fact: she also serves as the official Tall Ship of Texas and is part of the National Historic Landmarks.

More Haunted Happenings

In honor of Halloweek, Galveston has a few other events planned:

  • Hocus Pocus Screening at Menard: Catch the cult classic, Hocus Pocus, at the oldest house in Galveston on Friday, October 29th at 6:30. Tickets are $10.
  • Free Trick-or-Treating at Menard House: The house opens its gates again on Sunday, October 31st to trick or treaters! Individual bags of candy will be given to young guests, and there will be free admission on the property.

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