Discover the dark side of Key West aboard The Trolley of the Doomed! This after-dark Ghosts and Gravestones Tour, narrated by a 17th-century gravedigger ‘Ghost Host’, takes you down the dark, narrow streets of Old Town and past the city’s most haunted attractions like Captain Tony’s Saloon and Porter Mansion. Includes a stop at the Shipwreck Museum.
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This spooky Key West trolley tour is approximately 90 minutes.
This tour is rated PG-13 and may not be suitable for children under 13 years of age. An adult must accompany children under 10 years of age. Due to the loud noises on this tour, children under the age of 4 are not allowed on board.
The Ghosts and Gravestones Tour boards at the the Conch Tour Train Depot located at 501 Front Street at the corner of Duval and Front Street.
Please check-in no later than 30 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time. Guests who fail to do so risk forfeiting their tour spot.
There nearby parking available at the Mallory Square parking lot and the Opal Key Resort and Marina. There is a fee for parking at both lots. Other areas have metered on-street parking. Please refrain from parking in spots marked "RESIDENTAL" as they require a special resident permit.
The tour can accommodate up to 30 people.
Yes. The tour runs on dark and stormy nights. The only time tours will be cancelled due to weather is if conditions prove to be too dangerous to proceed. In this event all reserved parties will be notified.
Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities will be made with advance notice. Please call the tour operator at the phone number on your e-ticket at least 24 hours in advance so that they can make appropriate arrangements. Unfortunately, because a significant portion of the tour takes place in historic sites that do not have any accommodations for people with disabilities (as historic sites, they are exempt from such requirements), and include stairs, cobblestones, and other types of rough terrain, the tour is not recommended for guests who are unable to safely navigate such elements.
Minimal walking is required to and from the trolley and at the Shipwreck Museum.
Absolutely. The stories are based on local legend and lore and have been historically researched. The stories weave together the history and haunted tales associated with the sites.
Supernatural sightings cannot be guaranteed… but that never rules out the possibility. Remember to have your camera ready; you never know what might appear.
Food and drinks are welcome. However, alcoholic beverages are not allowed under any circumstance.
You’ll drive past Key West’s most haunted attractions like “Captain Tony’s Saloon”, enter the “Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum”, and more.
No. Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals permitted on board the trolleys.