Christmas on the Strand

★★★★☆

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Unique treasures and not limited to Christmas either. Super selection of Lamp Berge oil too. Great nautical offerings, especially things for men.

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Unique treasures and not limited to Christmas either. Super selection of Lamp Berge oil too. Great nautical offerings, especially things for men.

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I love Christmas, and I love finding new and unique Christmas decorations for our home (and for gifts). We recently visited "the strand" in Galveston with some family who came into town and I saw the signs for Christmas on the Strand and knew I wanted to check it out!

The front of the store includes a large selection of gift and collectible items such as tea sets and figurines. I didn't see any well-known brands or items such as Willow Tree figurines (by Demdaco) or Precious Moments (by Enesco), so if you are into specific lines of collectibles, this is not the place for you. It is the place if you are looking for something that is out of the ordinary, though. They also carry a large supply of candles from the Tyler Candle Company. All items were reasonably priced.

You have to walk to the back of the store to see the Christmas decorations, but they do have a nice variety and it is well organized. There are Christmas trees decorated throughout the area and bins with ornaments in them underneath the trees. There was a section with snowman decorative items, a section with angels, a section with "Santa"-themed items, and a section with nativities. My husband and I collect nativities and so this was one of the first places we looked at. They didn't have as great of a selection of nativities as I would have hoped for (only about 12) and they varied in price from $7.95 to $91. We did see a few that we really liked, though. We also found a snowman decoration that we really liked.

They also have a small section toward the back and off to the side called "George's corner" that is for pet lovers. They have figurines of various dogs, cards, and other "pet" memorabilia.

This store (like many others along the Strand) is not very "stroller friendly" (you cannot get back into the Christmas area at all with a stroller). You also have to go up a flight of stairs to enter the store.

The store has some fun things and a decent selection. If you love Christmas and think about decorations year round, it is definitely worth checking out!

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I love Christmas, and I love finding new and unique Christmas decorations for our home (and for gifts). We recently visited "the strand" in Galveston with some family who came into town and I saw the signs for Christmas on the Strand and knew I wanted to check it out!

The front of the store includes a large selection of gift and collectible items such as tea sets and figurines. I didn't see any well-known brands or items such as Willow Tree figurines (by Demdaco) or Precious Moments (by Enesco), so if you are into specific lines of collectibles, this is not the place for you. It is the place if you are looking for something that is out of the ordinary, though. They also carry a large supply of candles from the Tyler Candle Company. All items were reasonably priced.

You have to walk to the back of the store to see the Christmas decorations, but they do have a nice variety and it is well organized. There are Christmas trees decorated throughout the area and bins with ornaments in them underneath the trees. There was a section with snowman decorative items, a section with angels, a section with "Santa"-themed items, and a section with nativities. My husband and I collect nativities and so this was one of the first places we looked at. They didn't have as great of a selection of nativities as I would have hoped for (only about 12) and they varied in price from $7.95 to $91. We did see a few that we really liked, though. We also found a snowman decoration that we really liked.

They also have a small section toward the back and off to the side called "George's corner" that is for pet lovers. They have figurines of various dogs, cards, and other "pet" memorabilia.

This store (like many others along the Strand) is not very "stroller friendly" (you cannot get back into the Christmas area at all with a stroller). You also have to go up a flight of stairs to enter the store.

The store has some fun things and a decent selection. If you love Christmas and think about decorations year round, it is definitely worth checking out!

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