Guests are welcome to tour the two main floors of Moody Mansion, furnished in a variety of styles ranging from French Rococo to Classical Revival. All furnishings are original to the Moody family.

Mary’s Gallery: Exhibits in these rooms change periodically in order to share Mary Moody Northen’s extensive and diverse collections. Mary’s Gallery currently features Native American artifacts, including jewelry, baskets, pottery, Kachina dolls and more.

Visit our garage building to see “Auto Fever,” an exhibit about the history of the automobile in the United States, Texas, and Galveston. On exhibit are three of the Moody’s automobiles including Mary Moody Northen’s personal car, a 1931 Studebaker.

In addition, Moody Mansion staff prepares temporary exhibits throughout the year, focused on the season, family history and artifacts. Visit this site for descriptions and schedules of upcoming events and exhibits. We are currently featuring an exhibit of Mary Moody Northen’s jewelry and her collection of Native American treasures.

Gather a group: Moody Mansion offers discounts for groups. Call for details.

The Galveston Children’s Museum on the ground floor of Moody Mansion has a wealth of hands-on activities for children. A separate fee is charged for admission.