St. Augustine Self-Guided Haunted Ghose Walking Audio Tour

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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

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About

If you’re brave enough to stroll the streets of St. Augustine alone, this self-guided audio tour will take you through the haunted history of the country’s first city. Explore the historic alleys in search of the most haunted hotels, cemeteries, restaurants and homes surrounding the old city. Walk by the Oldest Wooden School House, the Old Powder House Inn Bed and Breakfast, and many more sites, some dating back hundreds of years.

Highlights

Start and finish this tour day or night directly from your smartphone
Pause this professionally-narrated tour at any time
Review the tour after completion and revisit the sites at will
Visit haunted places like Scarlett O’Hara’s and the Huguenot Cemetery

Itinerary

Our tour starts here. You'll hear the story of the hold house and it's ghosts. Originally built in 1716 this is the oldest surviving wooden building in St. Augustine and has seen its fair share of history.
Over the centuries its walls have been the barracks for British soldiers, a school for the youth of and the home of Juan Genopoly, a leader of the Minorcans.
And their ghosts have decided to stick around.
We do not go inside, it's only on the outside we tell our story.
The old city gates of St. Augustine were built in 1808 replacing the deteriorating wooden structure. Standing 3 stories high they are a popular tourist attraction.
Over the centuries the old gates have kept the inhabitants of the city safe from invasion.
And local legend has it they are haunted by the soul of 10-year-old Elizabeth.
In 1821 when the yellow fever hit St. Augustine it killed over 400 of its residents. At the time that was more than one third of its population.
In a haste the local government buried the rotting corpses of the Huguenot’s in a mass grave.
You'll hear the story of the haunted burial ground and the spirits that now lurk it's grounds.
Potter’s Wax Museum was the first wax museum in America established in 1948 and houses 160 plus creepy wax sculptures. Many of characters have long passed.
The wooden building it’s housed in was built in 1739 and moved to this location in 1887. Before it was a wax museum it was a pharmacy, and said to be the oldest pharmacy in the US.
And it's haunted!
The Tolomato cemetery is the oldest burial ground in Florida dating back to the 1700’s and today it’s the final resting place to bishops, slaves, murders and over 1000 bodies lay interned in its soil. You'll hear the story of the boy that haunts it's grounds and see his headstone. To note, we do not go in the cemetery, we are only at the gate.
In the 1700’s this spot was home to the Spanish Gunpowder and ammunitions warehouse.
Over the years the building has been a boarding house, a grocery store and most recently a charming bed and breakfast, haunted by the sweetest of ghosts.
Today it's haunted by the sweetest of spirits. They are dying to meet you!
In 1870 this building was built by a Mr. George Colee for Marion, his fiancée who he planned to live with for eternity. You'll learn about Mr. Colee and where he now haunts.
Said to be haunted by the meanest of old ladies this spirit is sure to spook anyone that walks by.
This quaint spot is said to be haunted by the spirits of it's past.
Once a refuge for rum runners this spot is now haunted by its old owner. And her lantern waving spirit is known to show up from time to time. You'll hear her story and the spirits that haunt this joint.

Inclusions

Recap tour you can take after taking the in person tour
You'll see St. Augustine's creepiest sites, the Huguenot Cemetery, Tolomato Cemetery and more!
Great for those that want to avoid group tours
Smartphone Guided Walking tour on the WalknTours app
You'll see historic sites, the Old City Gates, The oldest wooden schoolhouse and more!

Exclusions

No in person guide, this is a smart phone navigated tour by app
No Entrance Tickets this is an outdoor walking tour

Additional Information

  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.