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Collage made up of the St. Augustine Old Jail building and palm trees in the background, a ghost host wearing a cloak in the foreground and next to the ghost host, a Ghosts & Gravestones trolley with guests looking out the window

Ghosts & Gravestones awaits...

When the conductor howls “all aboard!” - Will you be there?

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About This Tour

America’s Oldest Haunt

Listed on the Florida and National Register of Haunted Places, there’s plenty of hair-raising to be had in the nation’s oldest city. Walk through the Old Jail where dank odors, cold spots and clamorous noises haunt the cells. Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors will put more tingle in your spine with the tale of pirate Andrew Ranson’s gruesome execution and you won’t find a remedy for fear at the Old Drug Store where the prescription is always a healthy dose of the jitters.


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Join Us

Aboard the trolley of the doomed, as your Ghost Host entrances you with tales of misfortune and mayhem.

Hear accounts of long gone residents who can still be seen in numerous locations around the city. The tumultuous past transcends into the present as we travel through the ancient city.

The stories you’ll hear come from years of research, personal accounts and hauntingly real-life experiences.


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To Take a Ghost Tour in St. Augustine

As the nation’s oldest continually-occupied European settlement, St. Augustine’s long history is full of thrilling tales and haunted happenings. The city was founded 42 years before the famous Jamestown settlement and its cultural influences range from Native American to Spanish to British and many more. When you climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed, you’ll hear our ghost hosts share historical and harrowing tales from St. Augustine’s past. It’s the perfect combination of fascinating and frightening.

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Ghost Tour Schedule

Ride the Trolley of the Doomed before it’s too late…

Subject to availability

Tours depart every 30 minutes; check calendar for tour times.

December 24 & 25


Other tour times may be available due to demand and time of the season.

Where to Find Us:

Ghosts & Gravestones Frightseeing Tour boards at the Welcome Center, 27 San Marco Ave.

Duration: 60 minutes.

Reservations Required!
(866) 955-6101

Please call for availability prior to making your e-ticket purchase.

Warning: This tour may not be suitable for children under 13 years of age. Due to the loud noises on our ghost tour, children under the age of 4 are not allowed onboard.

St. Augustine Ghost Parking

See below for parking available at our departure point.

Old Town Trolley Welcome Center
Address: 27 San Marco Ave. – Map
Free parking for guests.

Ghosts & Gravestones Frightseeing Tour boards at the Welcome Center, 27 San Marco Ave.

Ghosts & Gravestones Frightseeing Tour boards at the Old Town Trolley Welcome Center, 27 San Marco Ave.

Old Town Trolley Welcome Center