Ticket Prices - All Military FREE
$20 for Adults   $15 Children under 12 | Under 12 must be accompanied with adult

Here are some of the Ghost Sanctuaries you will be visiting while on the
Storm on the Strand Tour


At its height this railroad station saw over 40,000 people a day on their way to Galveston's bars, casinos and brothels. An engineer by the name of William Watson would entertain the passing crowds by doing handstands on the cattle guard of the engines. One unfortunate day he SLIPPED and was immediately decapitated. A derby hat was still securely sitting on the head they found A MILE AWAY!


SO many dignitaries, soldiers, politicians and even presidents have checked in… BUT SOME NEVER CHECKED OUT.  Crying sobs are heard on the stairwells and in the halls.  A Civil War soldier marches up and down the lobby in front of everybody to see.  A little boy plays in the hotel rumored to be the ghost of a child run over outside the front of the hotel. One helpful ghost will even unpack for you!


Charles F. Coghlan a famous British actor sailed to Galveston to grace the stage of The Grand Opera House.  But poor Charles died before the curtain was ever raised.  What to do with this distinguished visitor’s body?  While waiting for the answer THE GREAT STORM demolished the island and carried Charles coffin out to sea.  It floated from Galveston to Prince Albert Sound before it finally made land…ABOUT A MILE FROM WHERE CHARLES WAS GOING TO RETIRE!


Two separate buildings designed by famed architect Nicholas Williams to look like one is home to several of Galveston’s favorite ghosts. Sara, as the people of Galveston affectionately call her is often seen on the wrought iron staircase near the window where she pulled bodies out of the water… DEAD OR ALIVE.  Sara stayed on after the water receded to help the injured only to die from one of the many diseases the flood water carried.



Jean Lafitte built the first city on the island that became home to 1,000 pirates and their prostitutes. His home, Maison Rouge was surrounded by a moat for his protection. But, not even a moat can keep the many ghosts that live in his house from entering. The U.S. Navy ordered Laffite to evacuate the island and in his rage he burnt the city he built to the ground.

Legend has it he buried his treasure on the west end of the island under three oak trees. But maybe it’s not a legend! At the time of Laffite there was a place on the island know as Three Oaks, where today treasure hunters have found doubloons.  He loved his island so much he returned in 1823... after he was killed in a sea battle off the coast of Central America.


Our tours are meticulously researched and conducted by professional guides who join us from academia. They are designed to scare, entertain and educate. We hope that by joining one of our tours you'll have exciting and memorable experiences to take back home with you. We leave no grave stone unturned to bring you the written and oral histories that make Galveston the ghost capital of America. For the true history buff we have added the Galveston Red Light District Tour which bring alive the scandalous history of the largest red light district in the United States. We hope you'll enjoy your visit to Galveston and you'll tell friends about our tours.

See you again soon!

Jason Storm


Spooky Strand Tour

Meets at 2411A Strand in front of Patrick's Bar

Parking on the Strand is free after 6 pm

Historic Galveston Ghost Tour

Meets on the corner of Sealy Ave. and 23rd St.

Parking free in the adjoining lots and on street

Galveston Red Light District Tour

Meets on the corner of 27th and Market St. in front of Patrick's Bar.

Free parking on the street

All Ghost Tours (except Red Light District)

- $20/adults


- Tours meet daily  @ 6, 8 and 10pm

- Please arrive 15 minutes early

- 90 minute walking tours with frequent stops

- Strollers, wheelchairs and scooters welcome

- Child and pet friendly

- Children under 12 must be

   accompanied by an adult

Red Light District Tour

- $25/adults / $15/children

- Tours meet daily at 6, 8 & 10pm

- Mature content / PG 13

- Please arrive 15 minutes early

- 90 minute walking tours with frequent stops

- Strollers, wheelchairs and scooters welcome

- Pet friendly

Storm on the Strand Tour

Historic Galveston Ghost Tour

Galveston Red Light District Tour