Introduction to Seabrook, Texas
Seabrook W. Sydnor purchased the area in 1895, and the Seabrook Company of Houston designed the layout for the proposed Seabrook Town site in 1903. This attracted many fishermen, residents, and merchants to the new town. The population continued to increase when the Albert and Ernest Fay shipyard was opened. Seabrook was incorporated as a city in 1961.
Seabrook and Nearby Attractions
- Baybrook Park
- San Jacinto Monument and Museum
- Hester Garden Park
- Armand Bayou Nature Center
- Bishop's Palace
Things To Do In Seabrook
Popular parks in the city include Seabrook Wildlife Refuge and Park, Pine Gully Park, Baybrook Park, and Hester Garden Park. A trip may be planned to museums like the 1940 Air Terminal Museum and San Jacinto Monument and Museum which are both nearby. Armand Bayou Nature Center is a popular site for bird watching, hiking, and animal watching.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport is close to the city.
Seabrook Higher Education
Colleges and universities like Lee College, Alvin Community College, Galveston College, and College of the Mainland are near Seabrook.