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After the 2008 hurricane named Ike, many of the lovely oak trees of Galveston were ruined. A sculpture scooped up this wood and carved art that is displayed thoughout the historic district of Galveston. I miss the trees, but this is compensation.
These sculptures are amazing!!!! I would highly recommend seeing each one! Some of them weren’t on the map we found online and some where not found that were on map! Overall loved the history behind it to share with our kiddos!
The sculptures are beautiful and we'll done, But, the are placed sparadicly throughout the neighborhoods and are difficult to find especially when driving. Kinda like texting and driving. Don't do it. Look up the website and write down the addresses and walk to the close...More
The tree sculptures are a unique attraction in Galveston, and probably worldwide. Bear in mind this is not a single attraction on one address, but many of them all across the town.
So, maybe you bump on one of them while wandering around, but to...More