The Texas City Dike extends five miles into Galveston Bay with a fishing pier beyond the tip of the dike. It offers the deepest water for pier fishing in the state. Visitors also find a beach, boat launching, bait, camping and a motel.
This 1897 Victorian structure houses period furnishings and archives dating back to the Karankawa tribe and Jean Laffite's pirates. Admission charge. 109 Third Ave. N.
Facility features the history of Texas City, the birth of the U.S. Air Force, the 1947 Texas City explosion, and a replica of a 1913 Army camp. The Children's Discovery Place offers interactive learning with a dinosaur dig, Mexican mercado, and zoetropes. 409 Sixth St.
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