Galveston Island is considered to be one of the most haunted places in the country! It's only fitting that the island has so many exciting, scary & full of history tours!

Galveston Cemetery Tours

Galveston Cemetery Tours

Visit the cemetery with Linda McBee, The Cemetery Lady. Find out about the Republic of Texas and its Patriots, the men who fought in the War between the States, interesting people that made Galveston the city it is, and hear about some unusual deaths.

Linda McBee is a B.O.I. (Born on the Island) whose ancestors arrived in 1851. An avid genealogist, there isn`t anything she doesn`t know about Galveston or its cemeteries!

McBee is a member of:
Daughters of the American Revolution
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Daughters of the Republic of Texas
United States Daughters of 1812
Galveston County Genealogical Society

There are 4 Different Tours Offered:
18th Century Texas Heroes
Civil war Heroes
Broadway Cemeteries ‑ their History and its people
Location: 4002 Avenue K, Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 409-739-7120
Galveston Graveyard Tours

Galveston Graveyard Tours

Come explore the oldest and most historic cemetery in Galveston. Take a walking tour of the Broadway Cemetery, and come see where the most famous citizens of Galveston and Texas are laid to rest and hear their stories. Find out the history of funeral practices and cemeteries in Galveston.

Hear famous and infamous stories about Galveston`s former residents:
Lizzie Alberti - committed filicide
Bettie Brown - allegedly haunts Ashton Villa
General John Magruder - hero of Galveston during the Civil War
George Childress - author of the Texas Declaration of Independence who committed suicide
Michel Menard & Samuel May Williams - founders of Galveston
Location: Broadway and 43rd Street, Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 409-354-9941
Galveston Harbour Tours

Galveston Harbour Tours

Don`t miss this chance to get a new perspective on Galveston Bay and the historic Port of Galveston. Knowledgeably narrated tours explore the wide variety of birds and marine life that teems in the Bay.

This busy port can only truly be appreciated from the water, and playful dolphins almost always show up to entertain themselves by watching the red-and-white boat and its passengers.

See Galveston Harbor up close aboard Seagull II, Texas Seaport Museum`s 50-foot twin-engine motor vessel. Fast, stable and sheltered, she was built specifically for harbor sight-seeing excursions and education, and is a perfect platform for waterborne experiential learning.

Location: 2200 Harborside Drive, Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 409-763-1877
Historic Galveston Ghost Tours

Historic Galveston Ghost Tours

Historic Galveston Ghost Tours is sure to leave you sleeping with your lights on, as Galveston Island is one of the most haunted places in America. During The 1900 Storm, nearly 10,000 souls lost their lives in one night and they're all still here dying to meet you! Filled with horror, Galveston's Ghost history is unmatched with episodes of murder, suicide, cannibalism, pirates, ghosts and visions that will plague your very soul. Unworldly visions that cannot be rationally explained. The stories that you'll hear as you venture on your 1½ hour Ghost Tour, past the gilded mansions and palaces that are only whispered about on Galveston.

People here are too afraid to open a dialog with the dead, afraid to unlock the gates of hell. Historic Galveston Ghost Tours will unravel the horrible, scary secrets that lurk inside the ghost sanctuaries, secrets kept for the past 150 years! They have researched stacks of photographs and letters from those who won't stay dead! During the tour, you'll dive warily into the haunted past and uncover the reasons why this unstoppable paranormal force still grips the island. Bring your garlic, crosses and silver bullets as you descend into the ghost hunt darkness.

This Ghost tour is for believers and nonbelievers alike. You'll turn from skeptic to ghost hunter and learn about Galveston's unparalleled and fascinating paranormal history along the way. This tour is appropriate for all ages, but beware, you may have to run fast, very fast, to escape the clutches of the ghosts.

Your Ghost Medium during the tour is Johnny Medium, a tour guide with years of experiences, from concentration camps in Germany, to the haunted streets of Galveston. Mr. Zombie will have the answers to all of your paranormal question and is ready to fill your mind with the dark history of Galveston ghosts.

Location: 822 23rd Street, Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 832-245-0492