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This Haunted Tour Takes You Through The Dark Side Of Florida's Tropical Paradise

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Haunted Florida Tour Key West Ghosts And Gravestones Is A Spooky Thrill Ride

While you might not see many color changes or temperature drops in Florida during the autumn months, that doesn’t mean the holiday spirit isn’t present! Some other things may be present for the Halloween season, too, and you might even catch a glimpse of them on this haunted Florida tour in Key West. Ghosts and Gravestones takes you to the darker side of this tropical paradise, full of spooks and thrills!

Usually, when people think of Key West, the picturesque image of white sand beaches and swaying palm trees comes to mind. But the Ghosts and Gravestones Haunted Key West Tour will show you just how spooky this tropical paradise can be at night.

With a rich and storied history, Key West has no shortage of creepy and allegedly haunted places to explore, and this tour will give you a front-row seat to all the best ones.

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On the Trolley of the Doomed, you’ll drive past the African Slave Cemetery, Captain Tony’s Saloon, and visit the museum that holds the horror-movie-level creepy Robert the Doll.

The tour ends at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, filled with relics from the past.

Ghosts and Gravestones gets you acquainted with some of Key West’s more well-known ghosts, and will make you see this tropical paradise in a whole new light.

The tour’s Ghost Hosts will set the mood and teach you all about the island’s history.

The tour typically lasts an hour and reservations are required. You can claim your seat on the Trolley of the Doomed now by finding an available date for $32.50.

Happy hauntings!

Ghosts and Gravestones Haunted Key West Tour

Price: $32.50

When: Dates available upon ticket reservation

Address: Conch Tour Train Depot. 501 Front St., Key West, FL

Why You Need To Go: Take a walk on Key West's darker side and explore some of the spookiest and haunted places on the island during this tour.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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