Watch the saltwater taffy, peanut brittle and chocolates being made at this throwback to the 1920s Strand. It's an old-fashioned candy store and ice-cream parlor that will delight the young and the young at heart.
Built in the late 1800s, destroyed in the 1900 hurricane. Rebuilt in 1901, blasted again in 1909. Repeated 1910/1915, and again in 2008. Murdoch's has had a tough run of it, but it remains a Galveston favorite for s…
Calligraphers – rejoice! This small shop affiliated with the Proletariat next door is home to all the quills, nibs and inks you could want, many of which they've developed and crafted themselves.
Modern gifts and Galveston souvenirs uphold the tradition of this 1845 mercantile house, whose cupola (now destroyed) served as a lookout point for both Confederate and Union forces throughout the Civil War.
Fans of flavored coffee will appreciate this shop, which roasts beans in-house and offers free samples to undecided shoppers.
Start exploring the vibrant local art scene at this gallery, which shows league members' work.