Near the Galveston Strand Historical District!
Long recognized as a center of culture in Galveston, the Lyceum Hall at the corner of 24th and Winnie Streets was the original site for one of Texas’ oldest German Lutheran Churches – the First Evangelical Lutheran Church. Built in the 1840’s, the Lyceum still sits on the church grounds and is adjacent to the present Sanctuary, separated by a beautifully landscaped wrought iron-gated courtyard.
From the mainland, take I-45 South over the Galveston Causeway and continue on Broadway Avenue until you get to 24th Street. Turn left onto 24th Street and then drive a few blocks and you will see The Lyceum on your left on the corner of 24th St. and Winnie Street of Galveston.
The Lyceum is conveniently located a few blocks from the Galveston Strand Historical District – a national historica landmark district containing restaurants, galleries, antique shops, museums, and curio stores. We are also in close proximity to the Galveston Cruise Ship Terminal – making it convenient to embark on a relaxing trip after your event in the Lyceum!