Come ready and raring for Texas-sized Gulf Coast adventure with cruises to Mexico and the Western Caribbean.
It’s time to slip into a vacation state of mind. Brimming with bold new flavors, exhilarating entertainment, family fun by the gallon, and game-changing waterslides —like the Tidal Wave, the first boomerang-style slide at sea — Liberty of the Seas® is one of the greatest ships for sun-soaked island-hopping.
Maxed out with thrills, Independence of the Seas® offers endless adventure. Launch into a virtual world on the Sky Pad℠ bungee trampoline experience, then face off in a glow-in-the-dark laser tag clash. And those are just some of the ways you can fill every sea day with fun.
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An aerial view of the a beach in Galveston, Texas
Unwind along Galveston’s 32 miles of sun-drenched shoreline at one of the many county beach parks lining the Gulf of Mexico. Galveston Island State Park offers quiet seclusion and Stewart Beach is a great family-friendly option, while East Beach is a popular gathering space for livelier beach crowds.
The Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas
Say hello to the thrills and excitement of the massive amusement park at the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. Galveston cruises give the opportunity to experience all that the pier has to offer. Enjoy the rides before playing all of the classic carnival games — there's even a roller coaster on Pleasure Pier!
Stroll past well-preserved Victorian-era buildings in the old Strand District during your Galveston cruise. Once called the “Wall Street of the South”, this charming commercial hub, along with the neighboring East End Historic District, is home to mansions-turned-museums, the Grand 1894 Opera House, plus loads of unique shops and cozy cafés.
Seafood is king on Galveston Island— Gulf shrimp, blue crabs, snapper and grouper come fresh off the boat. But the signature Tex-Mex cuisine equally impresses with sizzling fajitas and tequila-laced margaritas. Old Strand Emporium scoops out ice-cream parlor charm, while La King’s Confectionary is where local candy makers craft saltwater taffy in-house. Don’t miss a drive-through daiquiri stand for a frozen cocktail on-the-go.
The Strand Historical District is the town’s prime shopping spot, where 19th-century storefronts now house a quirky collection of locally owned gift shops and antique stores. Here you can pick up beachwear, whimsical gifts, model ships, used books, Southwestern turquoise jewelry, and Texas-inspired home décor.