Editor's note: This story was updated to note that the walking tour is 40 minutes in addition to a 10 minute walk from Vallensons Brewing Company to Old Settler’s Cemetery and there are six historical markers in Pearland.

History lovers will have a chance to experience Pearland’s storied past in an interactive way through a new history and ghost walking tour.

What you need to know

"Hops and History: A Tour of Old Settler’s Cemetery" is a new 40-minute walking tour that makes stops at Vallensons Brewing Company and Old Settler’s Cemetery, where some of Pearland’s first residents are buried.

The tour will be offered twice Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., and a third family- and pet-friendly edition will take place Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. Tickets to the Oct. 27 tours are currently sold out.

Tickets cost $25 and include two drink tokens. A portion of the ticket proceeds benefit the Pearland Historical Society.

Quote of note

“[Old Settler’s Cemetery] has historical significance. It does have a historical marker; it's one of only six locations in the city with a historical marker,” said Tracy Rohrbacher, executive director of the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The history tour results from a partnership between the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau, Brazoria County Precinct 3 Commissioner Stacy Adams and Vallensons’ Brewing Company, Rohrbacher said.

One more thing

Flashlights, walking shoes and water bottles are encouraged, according to Visit Pearland’s website.