If you're a fan of all things spooky and find graveyards to be the most fascinating of places, there is a unique cemetery in Florida filled with quirky epitaphs, out-of-the-ordinary tombs, and roaming wildlife. A tour at the historic Key West Cemetery needs to be on your dark and eerie bucket list of things to do in The Keys. And these headstones even come with a little laughter.\nYou can meander this picturesque graveyard on foot or bike. Along the way, you'll find genuinely hilarious epitaphs, curious tombstones, poems written on the ground, and all sorts of memorabilia left for the departed residents by their loved ones.\nMany photos on Instagram show frequent glimpses of iguanas, roosters, and chickens that give the space an unusual atmosphere too.\nThe 19-acre cemetery was built in 1847 after a devastating hurricane destroyed the one that used to occupy the area. Currently, it serves as the resting spot of about one hundred thousand people from various origins and conditions.\nBahaman sailors, Hispanic war veterans, Cuban tobacco manufacturers, soldiers, and representatives of almost all races and religions rest there.\nYou'll find the cemetery located in Old Town Key West.\nFrom all the curiosities you can find in this sliver of spooky Florida, it is the epitaphs that attract more people because they are especially creative and funny.\nAmong the more popular ones are "I Told You I Was Sick," "Jesus Christ These People Are Horrible," "I'm Just Resting My Eyes," and "If you're reading this, you desperately need a hobby."\nView this post on Instagram #keywestcemetery #keywest #florida #epitaph #roadtrip A post shared by @ akilian0744 on Apr 21, 2019 at 8:24pm PDT\nThese late people clearly had a sense of humor about life and death. You can also read etchings like "I've Always Dreamed of Owning a Small Place in Key West," and even fandom takes over in this one: "Devoted Fan of Singer Julio Iglesias."\nView this post on Instagram Key West, Florida - this memorial is good for an eternal smile ... just discovered it today in the “character” section of the cemetery #RunAwayBill #DUSA2019 #KeyWestCemetery #rabKeyWestCemetery #QuirkyUSA #KeepUSAweird #rabKeyWest 03.25.19 A post shared by Run-A-Way Bill (@partyhunter420) on Mar 25, 2019 at 3:44pm PDT\nSome of the tombstones are also pretty wild. There's one suspended with columns, another in the form of a bench with books, a huge conch shell, or a statue filled with Mardi Gras necklaces.\nView this post on Instagram RIP Sir Peter Anderson — He had fun!! #adventure #embracinglife #wanderlust #exploring #fallinginlovewiththeworld #bigbeautifulworld #exploringflorida #floridaadventure #onelife #wanderlust #florida #thefloridakeys #overseashighway #thesevenmilebridge #keywest #keywestcemetery #rip #sirpeteranderson A post shared by Staceylynnxoxo (@staceylynnxoxo) on Aug 1, 2019 at 3:47am PDT\nWherever you look you can find treasures, pieces of writing, toys covering a child's grave, and even hand water pumps — and one of them even works.\nYou can wander the cemetery on your own (you'll find a map to guide you at the main entrance) or see its hotspots by booking a guided tour.\nView this post on Instagram #latergram A post shared by Amy Arrant (@therealamyarrant) on Aug 3, 2018 at 8:38am PDT\nWhen you visit, remember to maintain an attitude of respect as the cemetery remains active and organizes about 100 burials per year.\nKey West Cemetery\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 701 Pauline St., Key West, FL\nWhy You Should Go: This nineteen-century cemetery in Key West is filled with quirky epitaphs, weird tombstones, roaming iguanas and roosters. Let's explore!\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.