Galveston - Port Bolivar FerryAttractions » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours502 Ferry RoadView siteThe Galveston Port Bolivar Ferry continues a wonderful Texas ferry tradition that dates back to the 19th century, when skiffs conveyed paying customers over the Bolivar Peninsula, Texas. The first official ferry transported passengers across Galveston Bay in July of 1934, and the ferry has been performing its duty without fail ever since. Use of Galveston Port Bolivar Ferry peaks during tourist season (summer), granting visitors intimate views of, and access to, Seawolf Park and Galveston, TX, to the southwest and mainland Texas to the northeast, including Fort Travis Seashore Park and Crystal Beach Community Golf Course. One ferry operates 24 hours, though a second ferry is often added during daytime hours. Admission is free; departure and arrival times occur once every 40-55 minutes. Night time ferry rides are a favorite among tourists, as the nearby skylines of both Galveston and Port Bolivar provide excellent sightseeing, particularly on moonlit evenings.
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