Although the best time to visit Key West is all the time, trips during spooky season are something special. The Travel Channel named Key West one of the most haunted places in the United States, and we’ve got plenty of haunted history to back it up. During your stay at NYAH Hotel, make sure to book one of the several Key West ghost tours to experience Key West at its eeriest—no matter the time of year.
Hop aboard the Trolley of the Doomed and join your Ghost Host as you make your way through Old Town Key West. Make a stop at the East Martello Museum, where Robert, the most haunted doll in Key West, lives. Another stop includes Fort Zachary Taylor, where many people died—but not of a battle. Unlike other Key West ghost tours, this one has transportation via the trolley if you don’t want to be on your feet all night.
Up and running since 1996, Haunted Key West Tours take you on guided 90-120 minute tours of Key West. What sets this tour apart from several others? Its state-of-the-art ghost hunting equipment, so there’s no reason to doubt your findings, ghastly or not.
If you can’t get enough, Southernmost Ghosts gives you the option to extend your tour to see not nine, but 13 locations. Grab a drink with the ghosts at Captain Tony’s Saloon, built over a former morgue. Other stops include the Curry Mansion, Hard Rock Cafe, Ocean Key Resort, and more.
If you’d rather stay outside of the haunted attractions, the Key West Ghost and Mysteries Tour is the way to go. Covering a span of four blocks, you’ll get to see a few places other tours don’t list: such as Key West’s Oldest House Garden, Casa Antigua, and the former Club Chameleon.
These family-friendly Key West ghost tours even let you bring your dog, and encourage you to take pictures to see the spirit activity on your camera screens.
Through Key West ghost tours, check out the haunted history of our city by touring some Key West inns, museums, and more. Give us a call at 844-399-6924 or visit us on our website for more ghostly and unique things to do in Key West, whether you’re celebrating a Key West Halloween or not.
We are excited to open our doors again! As of June 1, 2020, we are accepting new reservations and we have adapted our cleanliness protocol to offer you the safety you deserve.