Buster’s Old Time Photos, which operates two locations in Branson, MO, is now open in historic downtown Galveston. This awarding-wining photo studio opened just in time for Memorial Weekend in Old Galveston Square, 2217 Strand. Visitors of all ages can dress in authentic costumes and be professionally photographed with corresponding themed backdrops. Patrons can choose from the Roaring 20s, southern belle, Victorian, western and pirate themes.
The studio is open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Friday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Those dressed for the Roaring 20s will be pictured in a classic speakeasy while the old west will be captured in a saloon. Ladies can choose to be a southern belle or dress to reflect the Victorian era while pictured in a classic historic home. Another option is to dress as a pirate and be photographed on the deck of a pirate ship.
Buster’s Old Time Photos is a family business owned by brothers Trent and Lamont Edward and their brother-in-law Andy Metcalf. Buster’s is named for the Edwards’ great uncle Buster Edwards who was a world traveler, photographer and jack of all trades.
Buster’s Old Time Photos has operated in Branson since 2009 and is leasing space from Mitchell Historic Properties. For more information, visit www.BustersOldTimePhotos.com or call (409) 497-2521.
About Buster’s Old Time Photos
Buster’s Old Time Photos is a family business based in Branson, MO. Brothers Trent and Lamont Edwards and brother-in-law Andy Metcalfe opened their first location in 2009 and currently operate Buster’s on the Landing and Buster’s on 76 Music Blvd. in Branson. The studio is a member of Antique and Amusement Photographers International, the only professional organization dedicated to old time photo industry. The brothers wanted to find an opportunity to capitalize on living in a tourism town and their love for photography sparked the idea for the business.
About Mitchell Historic Properties
Mitchell Historic Properties (MHP) oversees Galveston properties owned by developer, philanthropist and preservationist George Mitchell and the Mitchell family, including its commercial and residential properties located downtown as well as three hotels – Hotel Galvez & Spa, The Tremont House and Harbor House Hotel and Marina. MHP owns and preserves approximately one-fourth of the buildings in The Historic Strand Seaport Area. For leasing information, visit www.MitchellHistoricProperties.com or call (409) 763-5806.