1402 Broadway | 409-762-2475
Self-guided Tours Wednesday – Monday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Last ticket sold at 4 p.m. Please arrive by 4 p.m. to allow ample time for tours before closing.)
Admission: Adult – $15 | Youth (6-18) – $12 | Children (5 & Under) – Free
PLEASE NOTE: The 1892 Bishop’s Palace will be closed on November 5-6, November 24, December 2, December 5, December 24-25, and January 2-8 for annual maintenance. On December 3-4, Bishop’s Palace will be open from 12 – 5 p.m.
NEWS AND EVENTS
VINTAGE STYLE TALK
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 | 12-1 p.m. – Dandy Wellington and Faith Evangeline share their journey in vintage style and help you discover yours. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
BASEMENT TO ATTIC TOURS
Experience a rare look inside the National Historic Landmark that is typically off-limits, including a stop in Mrs. Gresham’s studio, a third-floor view to a one-of-a-kind look at the gulf! CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
ABOUT THE 1892 BISHOP’S PALACE
The 1892 Bishop’s Palace (a.k.a. Gresham House) is a contributing building in the East End Historic District, a National Historic Landmark. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places at the national level of significance in the area of architecture. Architectural historians list the Bishop’s Palace as one of the most significant of Victorian residences in the country.
The 1892 Bishop’s Palace and Galveston Historical Foundation offer teachers and students a large variety of TEKS aligned field trips focusing on history, math, and science. For more information, call us at 409-762-2475.
Galveston Historical Foundation is committed to making our programs and historic sites special needs accessible. However, at this time, Bishop’s Palace does not have a ramp for wheelchairs or walkers and is not fully accessible to those with physical disabilities. We can provide an audio tour with photographs and a written transcript of the tour. If you have special needs contact 409-762-2475 or 409-765-3410 or send an email in advance to your visit to make arrangements.
Bishop’s Palace is a privately owned and operated historic site listed on the National Register of Historic Places.