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We don’t want to spoil all of the surprises of your tour, as what’s the fun of Your tour should be as unexpected as possible for you to be properly surprised, so not all of the places on our tours are featured here. For those looking to get a better idea of what haunted sites our ghost tours include, here is a sampling:

What's on my ghost tour?

The Moon and Sun Café

All is not as it seems at this cheerful, daytime-only restaurant. Before the café took over, the property was a residence for servants, and later, families. One family paid the ultimate price for living in this haunted (former) house, suffering dire consequences due to one particularly young ghost…

A1A Ale Works

Thirsty? You may consider popular St. Augustine taproom and restaurant A1A Ale Works to be a must-do, then, but be advised: it’s been haunted by the ghosts of the city’s earliest residents buried below… including the eerie ghosts of children.

Castillo de St. Marcos
Extended Tour Exclusive

This fortress was once the Spaniards’ pride and joy, as it warded off wave after wave of invading English pirates. However, the Castillo didn’t just keep people away, but also trapped them inside. Discover the disturbing story of a marriage gone horribly, horribly wrong only on our extended tour.

The Oldest Wooden School House
Extended Tour Exclusive

The Oldest Wooden School House is a St. Augustine icon and the oldest schoolhouse in America. This landmark house dates back to the 1700s and gives visitors a firsthand glimpse at what life in Spanish Colonial Florida was like. The one-room, cypress and cedar schoolhouse maintains the appearance and details of 1700s St. Augustine, with period decor and dress on display. But beyond the set dressing, the most direct experience visitors can have with this chapter of history is also its darkest secret: a ghostly woman from the house’s earliest days who still lingers inside…