If you are visiting Galveston, Texas and are curious about spirits and the supernatural, then book your Galveston ghost tour and discover for yourself whether past residents of this historic town still roam the streets. This walking tour takes you on a 1.5-hour adventure where you will learn the history of Galveston Island. Find out if there are really dark secrets within the building walls of this fascinating town.
When you book a tour, you will visit the iconic Ashton Villa. According to legend, an eccentric and wealthy lady named Betty Brown still calls the halls of this Villa home. Some locals say they can see her still walking around the property in a dress. Make sure you add this tour to your Galveston getaway.
This is a time for you to truly explore and enjoy yourself while riding around on a Segway and being able to explore the beautiful city of Galveston with that special someone or the people that matter most to you and be able to truly see what the whole city has to offer for a rich and rewarding experience that you will never forget in your whole life. Have the Segway to yourself and be able to really go where you want to be and explore everything that makes the city go round. This is the perfect chance for you to truly see everything and build a stronger bond with that special someone in a place that scenic and beautiful for everyone.
Galveston Island, Texas is known for its residents coming together in times of need; in the 1900s the island was hit by a devastating hurricane that damaged most of the area. Residents came together to rebuild homes and eventually the impressive seawall that is modernly recognized as one of the largest in the world. Although oak trees were planted to assist with erosion in the area, many of them were killed during another storm years later and were turned into wooden carved sculptures for the public to enjoy instead of cutting the trees down. Hop on a self-balancing Segway on your next trip to Galveston Island, Texas and a professional tour guide will lead you through the area to view all 22 of the magnificent carvings.