Group Visits

 Group Visits

The Rosenberg Library Museum is located inside the historic Rosenberg Library in Galveston, Texas. Admission is free to the public.

The Museum offers exhibits and special displays throughout the Library. Faces and Places of Galveston and The Great Storm of 1900 exhibitions are located on the 4th floor. Many other artifacts and fine art collections are available to view throughout the building, including the McGivney Art Collection and Treasure of the Month on the 2nd floor.

Group tours of the Museum are available by request. Due to the staff time involved in planning and hosting a group visit, please call at least three weeks in advance. Staff will make every effort to accommodate your group and provide an engaging research experience.

To arrange a group tour of the Museum, contact the Museum Curator at 409-763-8854, ext. 125, or museum@rosenberg-library.org.

The Galveston and Texas History Center also welcomes students, organizations, and other groups for tours and research visits. The History Center contains a wealth of primary and secondary source materials on almost any Galveston or early Texas history topic.

Examples of group visits:

  • Slavery in early Texas
  • Black Galveston history
  • Genealogy and Galveston ancestors
  • 1900 Storm
  • Highlights from the archives and museum

To arrange a tour of the Galveston and Texas History Center, contact 409-763-8854, ext. 133, or gthc@rosenberg-library.org.