My husband and I visited the pier on Sunday night. There were a lot of people here, but it didn't feel crowded. I feel like the rides and games were all for kids so there wasn't much my husband and I could do. There also isn't a large variety of food vendors. There is a lot of food options, but,... 更多
We went for the atmosphere to walk around. It didn't take us long to get to the end of the pier, but it didn't take away from the scenery. Really nice at night to hang out. We didn't ride any rides and just bought the walk on pass. Decently priced just to be able to walk on and not get... 更多
What a terrible waste of time and money! Just walking around the pier costs $ 10 per person, and each individual ride is $ 4-6 each! The choice of rides is limited as it is, and on top of that a couple of rides like the roller coaster were closed. Even my kids looked bored, and were forced to go... 更多
Fun to walk around but for us seemed expensive to walk around and ride just a few rides, restaurants around the island that are not chains are better choices
There's just something about an amusement park on an ocean pier! Driving up the seawall and seeing Pleasure Pier brings back the 8 year old kid in me. Even if you don't do the rides, it's a great place to eat, people watch, take in the views of the gulf and Galveston's beaches. The rides are a bit pricey so... 更多
Although my time on the Pleasure Pier has been enjoying Bubba Gump's food and atmosphere and looking at the lights and motion of the Pleasure Pier from outside the gates, I love the excitement and fun of the Pleasure Pier and and the wonderful atmosphere and magic it creates! Someday I will ride the rides and look up at the... 更多
It was magical and fun but we only had enough money for two people to ride the ferries wheel once. We certainly did not expect the pier to cost an arm and a leg just to walk on. I would do this again if I had about $1,000 just to blow.