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The Bishop's Palace (a.k.a. Gresham House) is a contributing building in the East End Historic District, a National Historic Landmark. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places at the national level of significance in the area...more
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1402 Broadway St, Galveston, Galveston Island, TX 77550-4938
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This is an interesting place to see how the very rich lived. The house is so beautiful inside. The craftsmanship it took to build this amazing place is awsume. I wished the top floor was opened to the public. We spent a rainy morning looking...More
Visitors can get up close to this impressive home, view the ornate details of historic opulence. All of the wood and stone intricacies are amazing! The admission is very reasonable, with $2 from each ticket going to preservation.
Many people flock to Galveston every year to soak up the sun at the beach and to walk to popular seawall. But if you want to delve into the historic side of Galveston then a visit to this beautiful home is a must for you....More
Please allow plenty of time to read all the information in every room. So much I didn't know and now I want to go back. The place and design was outstanding very detailed. Looking forward to returning soon
As many times as we’ve come to Galveston, we have never toured the Bishops Palace. So glad we finally did. It is beautiful work of art.
The granite exterior is Exquisite, but the interior woodwork and furnishings are amazing. The parquet floor, Stained glass, and...More
This home is amazing. Having grown up in a Victorian home in New England, I felt right at home the moment I walked in. The stained glass is well worth the price of admission. I highly recommend seeing it.