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Ghosts & Gravestones

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When the Conductor howls “All Aboard!” – will you be there?

Round logo that reads USA Today 10 BEST READERS' CHOICE 2019' and around logo, the words 'BEST GHOST TOUR, #5 - GHOSTS & GRAVESTONES TOUR'Explore the darker side of the Nation’s Oldest City and let our Ghost Host be your guide. Face your fears in Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors and then ENTER the Town’s most haunted building, the “Old Jail,” for an up close and personal encounter. Don’t miss this frightfully fun riding tour!

You won’t want to miss this Ghost Tour! It’s the only ghost tour that takes you inside Two of the city’s most haunted buildings!

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SAFETY IS OUR #1 PRIORITY: In order to provide our guests with the safest and most comfortable sightseeing experience, Old Town Trolley Tours has implemented a number of new safety measures such as plexiglass partitions in between every row of seating aboard our open-air Orange & Green Trolleys, complimentary face coverings and an increased focus on disinfecting and sanitation. Note that our Ghosts & Gravestones tour has been modified temporarily to help keep you safe. Please read for more information.

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

On the Ghosts & Gravestones tour you will pass by some of the scariest and most sacred sites including the Huguenot Cemetery, the final resting place of the victims of yellow fever…or was it final? Some visitors to the burial grounds have reported seeing eerie apparitions and translucent orbs floating about.

If you keep a watchful eye while passing the City Gates, you might catch a glimpse of Elizabeth, a child victim of the yellow fever, waving to passerbys.

You will also pass the Tolomoto Cemetery. Who’s playing games in the cemetery when the sun goes down? Is it the spirit of five-year-old James jumping from branch to branch in the trees or is it the Ghost Bride, still waiting for her walk down the aisle?

st augustine oldest drug storeThe Old Drug Store and Potter’s Wax Museum

Built on the edge of the Tolomato Cemetery sits one of St. Augustine’s most recognizable buildings, the Old Drug Store. Unexplained noises, cold spots and shadows reportedly moving on their own make up only a few of the hundreds of documented supernatural occurrences. Learn the secrets to these hauntings that have plagued the Old Drug Store from the time it first opened in 1887. Afterwards get an exclusive nighttime experience inside Potter’s Wax Museum’s Chamber of Horrors for a unique retelling of the famed pirate Andrew Ranson’s gruesome execution.

Ghost Trolley and Castillo de San MarcosThe Old Jail

You will end your journey with a visit to the Old Jail, one of the city’s most haunted locations. Listed on the Florida and National registry of Haunted Places, the Old Jail has been the site of countless supernatural occurrences. Many criminals have met their maker here. A shiv in the back or a hangman’s noose ended numerous lives. Be on the lookout for former prisoner Charlie Powell, as he is just as mischievous dead as he was alive. Visitors to the Old Jail have experienced cold spots, strange odors, loud banging noises, orbs of light and even apparitions.

5 Reasons to Take a Ghost Tour in St. Augustine


Learn about St. Augustine’s Haunted History - St. Augustine’s long history is full of thrilling tales and haunted happenings.


Tour the Old Jail - One of the most haunted locations in the city.


Hear about the Castillo de San Marcos - Filled with terrifying tales.


Hear about the Old Drug Store and Enter Potter's Wax Museum - Unexplained noises, cold spots and shadows have reportedly been moving on their own.


Meet Your Ghost Hosts - Our costumed ghost hosts are your guides to the eerie tales of St. Augustine’s haunted history.

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