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Hello! How is the drive into Galveston? I believe that I just take IH-45 straight into Galveston, follow the simple directions and then park. However, one reveiwer mentions having to ride on a ferry to get to the port. Is this necissary? We'll be driving down from Austin the day of the cruise and I want to make sure that we get there on time. Any advise will be greatly appreciated.

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Coming from Austin, you won't need the ferry. That is for those coming from La. area.

We take 290 just no of Austin, all the way to the thing that goes around Houston(I think it is 360 or something like that.) Take 45 south, and it will take you straight into Galveston. Once over the bridge into Galveston, you will see the signs to turn left to the ports. If you are going to the motels, turn right at Broadway. It will take you to the beach where you can either stay, or go to the grocery store, for last minute things.
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Hello! How is the drive into Galveston? I believe that I just take IH-45 straight into Galveston, follow the simple directions and then park. However, one reveiwer mentions having to ride on a ferry to get to the port. Is this necissary? We'll be driving down from Austin the day of the cruise and I want to make sure that we get there on time. Any advise will be greatly appreciated.

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Hi James,

From Austin you can take either 290 or 70 and I10 into houston, follow the 610 around the right way to I45 take I45 south straight run to galveston no ferries. its takes about an hour from Houston to Galveston, once in galveston you will know as you take the causeway over to the island, follow signs. Just leave enough time to get there as there have been some constructions concerns and they seem to do them on sunday mornings, as they are replacing the causeway so you might get delayed.

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Matlily;
We will be going through there in Jan. next year. I was wondering if the Sam Houston Toll Rd. is better than the 610 for us. We will be coming in from KS and going through Dallas and driving I45. Haven't heard much about the toll rd. Any help would be appreciated.
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PS we will be driving our personal car, and coming a couple of days prior to our cruise. So we are flexible.
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Last time we drove in it was an easy drive. No Ferry, just drive across the bridge into Galveston and the port is off to the east. Parking is right there by the port.
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Gary, the Sam Houston Toll Rd. will really take you a long way around Houston. It is the outer loop, I610 is the one closer into downtown. Also, if you happen to hit the Toll Rd (or as its known, the Beltway) during peak traffic times, during the week, traffic backs up on it (hard to believe people pay tolls to be stuck in traffic ).

Depending on when you get to Houston, drive straight through, without using either Loop. Just watch your lanes once you start getting near downtown, as lanes will exit to the right and the left at different places, and you want to continue south.

Also, for those driving, the exit in Galveston, for the port, is IMMEDIATELY after crossing the causeway. Be in the right-hand lane and be watching for it.
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Gary, the Sam Houston Toll Rd. will really take you a long way around Houston. It is the outer loop, I610 is the one closer into downtown. Also, if you happen to hit the Toll Rd (or as its known, the Beltway) during peak traffic times, during the week, traffic backs up on it (hard to believe people pay tolls to be stuck in traffic ).

Depending on when you get to Houston, drive straight through, without using either Loop. Just watch your lanes once you start getting near downtown, as lanes will exit to the right and the left at different places, and you want to continue south.

Also, for those driving, the exit in Galveston, for the port, is IMMEDIATELY after crossing the causeway. Be in the right-hand lane and be watching for it.

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OK, first timer here. How much does it cost to park in Galvaston for seven days? I assume there is lots of parking there. Thanks.
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OK, first timer here. How much does it cost to park in Galvaston for seven days? I assume there is lots of parking there. Thanks.

You will be parking right at the port parking area and I think it was $10 a day back then.
Should be right around there now also.
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Thanks that makes good sence. We will be coming down on a Sat. evening. Maybe less traffic then. I do like the shortest route possible.
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James,

I live in central Texas, also, and drive to Galveston to go on cruises. I take highway 71 through Bastrop. Highway 71 will take you to I10 near Columbus, Texas. Stay on I10 all the way into Houston. There you can take the 610 loop, the Sam Houston Toll road (you'll need $2.25 in quarters to pay the toll), or just stay on I10 until you see 45 South and take that. 45 South will take you on to Galveston.

EZ Parking is a great place to leave your car, and is cheaper than leaving it at the dock. It is only two blocks from the dock. You will see a sign. Just follow the sign. Register on line ahead of time to ensure you'll have a spot, as it fills up quickly.

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Take the FERRY if you are coming in from Mississippi or Louisiana... Get off of I-10 at the 829 mile marker, this is Hwy. 124 that goes to the Ferry Terminal.... You save a lot of miles & it is a peaceful drive in the country on a nice 2-lane highway (not much traffic).... There is a nice McDonalds at I-10 & Hwy. 124..... The Ferry is FREE.... We always take the Ferry as we HATE big city traffic...
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James, you could do the tollway when it crosses 290. I am of the opinion that it would be about ten - twenty minutes faster.
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James, I agree with Mehawk. 290 will dump you out on Loop 610, forcing you to go by the Galleria area, and there is always a lot of traffic there. If you come in on Hwy 290, take the Sam Houston Tollway South to I-45. You will go through (I think) 4 toll plazas, so be sure to have a fist-full of quarters available.
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I agree about taking 290 to the Sam Houston Toll Way aka Beltway 8 - I didn't tell a friend about both names of the toll road and she got confused. Your toll will be 1.25 each time and quarters are the best as the machines count them faster than other loose coins and the lanes move faster than the "change made" lanes. Just be prepared for it to seem like FOREVER to get around the toll road to I45 S. It really isn't that long but if you're not accustomed to it, it seems like it is.

One thing I learned on this board is that the EZ Park is cheaper and you can pre-book online. Just google cruise parking in Galveston Tx and I'm sure you'll find it. jj
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1 1/2 hours??? .... We waited around 15 minutes tops to get on the Ferry... They have 2 going all the time... Of course we used it around 1 PM so there was no rush hour or folks going to work...
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Thanks a ton!! I had read Mstill's review and was alarmed to find out that there was a wait for a ferry. I was pretty sure that I-45 headed straight into Galveston. However, I had also read about possible construction on the bridge. Thank goodness for this forum!!!

We are driving down from Austin the day of the cruise and I didn't want to run into any unexpected delays. Knowing how I am, we will probably end in Galveston several hours early. With the help of this forum, my girlfriend may get a few more winks the night before we cruise.


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Have a great cruise. Let us know how things went on your cruise. We will be on the Ecstasy in Jan. and want to do the Conquest after that. By the way we love Austin. Our Daughter and her husband live there. We visit at least once a year. So much to do there.
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Thanks a ton!! I had read Mstill's review and was alarmed to find out that there was a wait for a ferry. I was pretty sure that I-45 headed straight into Galveston. However, I had also read about possible construction on the bridge. Thank goodness for this forum!!!

We are driving down from Austin the day of the cruise and I didn't want to run into any unexpected delays. Knowing how I am, we will probably end in Galveston several hours early. With the help of this forum, my girlfriend may get a few more winks the night before we cruise.


Thanks again for your help!!

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Hi,

We drive from San Antonio the day before the cruise and stay at the Beachfront Best Western where they let you pasrk free during the cruise.

It is a short approximately $10 taxi ride from there to the port and it beats parking at one of the shuttle lots.

There are many motels/hotels in Galveston priced under $100 that let you park free during your cruise, and you can enjoy the night before the cruise in Galveston.
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James,

I like Paul's idea, but you sure better reserve soon. I have had my reservation for months now, and when checking very little is left in Galveston.
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We drive from San Antonio the day before the cruise and stay at the Beachfront Best Western where they let you pasrk free during the cruise.

It is a short approximately $10 taxi ride from there to the port and it beats parking at one of the shuttle lots.

There are many motels/hotels in Galveston priced under $100 that let you park free during your cruise, and you can enjoy the night before the cruise in Galveston.

Do any of them provide transportation to the port? We sail from there in Nov.
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Thanks Paul! I'm leaning toward your suggestion of driving into Galveston the night before. It makes sense to simply drive in and leave the car parked at the hotel. Definately worth an extra $20-$30 for a good night sleep before the cruise.

Other than the Beach Front Best Western, any other suggestions for a decent hotel with parking for the week?

Thanks again to everyone for the suggestions. I really appreciate it and will definately provide you with a detailed review of our cruise and excursions (doing the Dunn's River Falls/Dophin encounter and Stingray Sand Bar tour/Rum Beach Extravaganza).

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I am sure you have this link, but if not here is a link to the Hotel/motels on Galveston. We are going to stay at either the Econo Lodge or the Harbor House. Harbor house is very pricey. May opt for the cheaper. Hope this helps.Enjoy your cruise.
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Yeah, we had a wait for the ferry. I saw at least 5 ferries that day, they were different colors so it made it easy to tell. Orange, green, purple, blue and red were the colors I saw...I think. And yes, there was a wait for the ferry....a long wait. The high sheriff was at a traffic light keeping the peace and watching for line breakers. It was before noon when we had nudged our way up to the store on that strip of road. It was 3 or 4 before we were onboard.


We didn't take the ferry home. It may have taken a bit longer, but no one notices if you are continually moving. It's the stopping and waiting that drives people nuts!
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