Galveston, TX 77550
+1 409 763 4311
The Great Storm of 1900 was probably the biggest disaster Galveston ever faced. The huge seawall was built after the devastating hurricane, and was meant to stand against any future calamities. A 10.4 mile stretch of land, almost one-third of the Gulf side, is protected by this huge wall. For locals and tourists, this is a favorite hangout to spend evenings along the beach and eat at the numerous restaurants that line the beach. The stretch of land along the Seawall is called the Seawall Boulevard, lined by variety of eat-out joints.