Galveston is home to some of the largest and most historically valued buildings in the United States. Their buildings, have stood the test of time, literally, over the past few decades. You will find many Victorian styled buildings here giving the place a royal, antique feeling.
The Island experiences, high temperatures, which are often hot and humid, and so are the Galveston water temperatures. So if you enjoy a warm tropical climate, this is the place to be.
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The air temperatures are the highest from June through to September. It can range from 80 degrees and go well into the 90’s. This makes Galveston a unusually hot place to visit, but if you love the warmth, it will suite you just fine. For those who don’t like too much heat, you are welcome to take a refreshing swim in the waters of Galveston and cool off. Temperatures start cooling down from November through till February.
So if you prefer cooler air temperatures, then you should definitely visit during these four months of the year. One of the most convenient ways to get here is to take a flight to the Houston Hobby airport which is one of the closest major airports to Galveston.
Climate for Galveston
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14 Days Weather Forecast for Galveston
Activities around Galveston
Once you get here, there is an endless amount of activities to participate in. Since the Galveston water temperature is as warm as the air temperature, you will enjoy an array of aquatic activities like swimming, kayaking, boating and so on.
This is an ideal tropical holiday destination for those who want to enjoy plenty of fun in the sun.
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