Galveston History Tour Guide - experience galveston island history as if you were there!
Galveston's only Tour Guide featured
internationally on the History Channel!
Welcome to the island's most entertaining, informative and personal look at Galveston Island's incredible history.
Electric Theatre Radio Hour Host George Douglas Lee was born on the island, and is an expert on the history, culture and romance of Texas' Gulf Coast treasure.
You'll feel like you were there when Galveston was named the "isle of misfortune" after its discovery by a lost Spanish explorer named "cow head". Famous as a city of firsts, scene of the most deadly natural disaster in US history, Galveston is also famous for its eccentric characters and loony past.
Discover a parallel universe of comical twists as Lee takes you on a tour of Galveston, where the founders and heroes were con men, swindlers, crooks, nutcases and dreamers. You'll travel through time, from the beaches to the centuries-old mansions; to Victorian era downtown "Wall Street of the south"; see the beautiful architecture, port, historic churches, cemeteries and what remains of the wide-open "free state of Galveston".  All the while hearing colorful stories, you'll see where it happened.
Call 409 370-7350.
Walking and driving tours meet at 2215 Postoffice Street in historic downtown Galveston. Walk through the island's eccentric, colorful past. 
Individual, Group and hourly rates available. You can also have a seat in the G. Lee Gallery and watch Lee present the story with photos and watch "Perfect Storms: America's Deadliest Disaster", a 50 minute documentary about the 1900 Storm produced by Entertainment One for the History Channel. The documentary prominently features your tour guide, George Douglas Lee.

You're listening to: "Island Acres" by George Douglas for your audio enlightenment!
Call for an appointment for Galveston Island's Premiere History Tour and see why people love it! 409 370-7350
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