St. Augustine’s original “frightseeing” tour is an evening of fear and fun. Board Ghosts and Gravestones' Trolley of the Doomed for a spooky ride through St. Augustine's sinister past. Listen to stories of the ghosts and ghouls believed to still wander the streets of the town as you pass haunted hot spots. Feel your blood run cold as you visit the Old Jail, the site of countless strange occurrences over the years, and keep an eye out for malicious spirits at the Old Drug Store. The frights continue at Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors, where retellings of gruesome executions are sure to lead to shivers. Expect a tour so scary, it should come with a warning.
Ghosts and Gravestones haunted trolley tour of St. Augustine
Board the Trolley of the Doomed and listen to haunted tales about the city of St Augustine
Visit the Old Jail, a registered haunted location with plenty of reported ghost sightings
Relive the execution of a famed pirate at Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors
Get spooked at the Old Drug Store, which has been plagued by hauntings
Starting from San Marco Avenue, climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed for an experience unlike any other. Uncover St Augustine’s darkest secrets and hear the stories of those lost souls who many locals believe still wander the streets of this historic town. The trolley takes you to each destination, where you can walk around and explore some famous ghost haunts.
Visit the Old Jail, which is listed on the Florida and national registries of haunted places. Erected in 1891, the jail imprisoned criminals for more than 60 years, and has been the site of countless supernatural occurrences over the years. Visitors have reported cold spots, unusual odors, loud banging noises in the distance, strange orbs of light and even apparitions while visiting here. Maybe you’ll see the ghost of Charlie Powell, who was never set free, even after he served his time. Other criminals met their end on the hangman's noose, and their malicious energy allegedly remains.
The award-winning tour also stops at the Old Drug Store, which has been plagued by hauntings since it opened in 1887. Then, visit Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors, and hear the gruesome tale of famed pirate Andrew Ransom’s execution.
Are these places really haunted? Answer that question for yourself with this tour.
It was kitschy. If you're into that then this is the tour for you, if not, you may want to explore other options. The jail house actor was awesome. The information was good, but I didnt favor the presentation, at least, it's not my style but I can see why they recieve so many good reviews
Nice actors, nice delivery, driver had an attitude (I don't need that), Wax Museum? Not compared to the real ones I have seen, all behind sheer curtains in the dark so you see little to nothing.
Grossly over rated marketing job. Absolutely not worth the cost, but then I can not believe they will print this ….
This was a great tour. The cast was Great! The only reason I did not give it a 5 is there were small children on the tour. A baby and two kids that were under 8 years old. One of the kids were very frightened and cried most of the time. The policy stated no children under a certain age. This policy was not upheld and unfortunately ruined the tour for others.