Galveston Historical Foundation’s Texas Seaport Museum transforms to a London wharf for this toast to the end of the day and beginning of the evening. The Tall Ship ELISSA welcomes you onboard for complimentary wine and beer (courtesy of Saint Arnold Brewing Company), special entertainment and more leading up to Saturday night’s Pickwicks’s Lanternlight Parade. Happy Hour will be held from 4:30 – 6 p.m. on Saturday, December 1, and the $50 ticket includes complimentary beer and wine, appetizers, and access onboard the 1877 Tall Ship ELISSA. Tickets do not include festival admission.
ABOUT THE TALL SHIP ELISSA
Elissa is a three-masted, iron-hulled sailing ship built in 1877 in Aberdeen, Scotland by Alexander Hall & Company. Today Elissa is much more than an artifact from a bygone era. She is a fully-functional vessel that continues to sail annually during sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico. Thanks to Galveston Historical Foundation and its commitment to bring history to life, combined with the dedication of hundreds of volunteers who keep her seaworthy and train each year to sail her, Elissa and the art of 19th Century square-rigged sailing are alive and well.