You will explore Galveston Railroad Museum, The Tremont House and the Grand 1894 Opera House
During this midnight ghost tour, you’ll learn about Galveston history as you wander through the famous Strand neighbourhood.
As you visit major monuments like the Railroad Museum, Tremont House, and the Grand 1894 Opera House, listen to eerie accounts of untimely deaths and unexplained encounters.
As we gather closer to one another for mutual safety, shadows will arise and items will move on their own.
What to expect at the Ghost Tour?
Highlights of the Galveston Ghost Tour
- The city is eager to show you its frightening past.
- Your tour guide will teach you about the history.
- Keep an eye out for ghostly sightings.
- A central meeting place facilitates a smooth start.
- Choose from a variety of tour times to accommodate your schedule.
Ghost Tour schedule
The tour’s starting times are 6 PM and 8 PM.
This ghost tour led by a local historian allows you to explore the paranormal.
Where does the Ghost Tour start?
The departure point is:
2411 The Strand
2411 The Strand, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
The return point is:
2411 The Strand B, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
The Ghost Tour tickets
Purchasing tickets online can save money and avoid last-minute disappointment.
Adult ticket(13 to 64 years): US＄25
Senior ticket(65+ years): US＄25
Youth ticket(3 to 12 years): US＄15
Children under the age group of 3 are not allowed on this trip.
How long does the Ghost Tour take?
The total duration of the tour is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
A shocking number of people have died unexpectedly.
Unbelievably, a large proportion of the islands dearly departed never left.
Every day, their souls lurk in the shadows, alleyways, and stairs, stalking THE STRAND!
THE STRAND’s old 19th-century structures have been transformed into ghost havens.
Is the Galveston Ghost Tour worth it?
The Galveston Ghost tour is totally worth it!
And the spirits within are eager to meet you.
We investigate the amazing paranormal incidents on the beach, the original horror street. Hurricanes, conflict, fire, and disease outbreaks!
We never know what awaits us around the next turn.
Be cautious and afraid! Galveston is, after all, “a graveyard with a beach connected.”