Heaven for a child is definitely a candy confectionery! While visiting the Strand in downtown Galveston we stumbled upon La King’s Confectionery, a candy store that takes you back to the 1920s. If you have a sweet tooth then you will love this post! The store has candy everywhere, a full ice cream parlor, handmade salt water taffy and tons more yumminess! Brightly painted doors just begging you to come in! La King’s is located in the historic Strand district of Galveston. It’s located downtown and has a wide variety of shops and restaurants. They serve “Purity” ice cream which is Texas’ first ice cream manufacturer, founded in 1889 on Galveston Island. They even make their own salt water taffy. This employee was putting on quite a show and throwing freshly pulled taffy to watching children. Barrels of goodness! I love old-fashioned straws and use them at parties all the time. The confectionery also boasts having a master candy maker that makes over 50 candies including: peanut and peco brittle, divinity, pecan pralines, hand-dipped chocolates, and much more on antique equipment. This is my sTORI being written as you read. – Love, Mommy Tori Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) 11 Responses Clàudia 08/02/2012 Yummy yummy! :p Reply Miss Molly 08/02/2012 i just got a sugar high Reply Jackie Kirkindoll 08/02/2012 Wow! I’m going to have to visit La King’s Confectionery the next time I go back to see Sandy!! Reply osarah 08/02/2012 I just visited La Kings for the first time 2-3 weeks ago on our vacation to Galveston. It was mighty tasty but chaotic inside…so many kids on a sugar highs!! Reply torijohnson5 08/02/2012 How cool! Yes – it definitely was chaotic. Kids were everywhere! Reply Simple, Sweet, and Southern 08/02/2012 Looks like you walked into Willy Wonka’s factory! Cute, fun pics! Reply torijohnson5 08/03/2012 It really was! I enjoyed taking them! So many colors! Reply Sheila T Illustrated 08/03/2012 I hope I get a chance to see this the next time I visit family in Houston. Great sTORI. Everyone who visits lives happily every after! Reply torijohnson5 08/03/2012 You definitely should go! Reply Cyn 08/03/2012 Beautiful pictures of a wonderful place:) Love the lollipop pic the best…it POPS! Reply torijohnson5 08/07/2012 Thank you! It was like an old time candy shop! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.