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Skull lying on Bone Island beach

Bone Island Ghost Tour

A 90 minute stroll through Bone Island

On this ninety minute walking tour your master storyteller will guide you through the streets and back alleys of this famously haunted isle. Points of interest include the Mel Fisher Museum, the Audubon House, haunted Porter Mansion, The Robert Curry Mansion, Robert the Doll’s original home – the Artist House and the tour concludes inside the island’s original morgue with “spirited” photo opportunities. Bring your camera and an open mind on this journey into the past and beyond where unsettled spirits roam free. True tales include shipwrecks, pirates, voodoo, a washed away cemetery, haunted mansions and a cursed treasure!  Bone Island Key West.

500 years of spine tingling history on the Key West ghost tour

Key West was originally named “Bone Island” and for good reason! While  searching for the fountain of youth, Ponce de Leon made an ominous  discovery when he came ashore in 1521… 

Tours every Monday, Thursday & Saturday Night at 8pm

Space is limited so everyone can enjoy the spooky fun!

Adults (18+) $17.95

Children (17-) $15.95

Haunted History

Most Haunted Places

For over 500 years humans and their spirits have been drawn to Bone Island. In that time numerous spots around the island have become known  for extreme paranormal activity. The ghost hunters of Bone Island Ghost  Tours agree that the following spots can't be missed:  

 10. West Martello Fort 

9. Key West Cemetery 

8. Porter Mansion 

7. Fort Zachery Taylor 

6. Robert Curry's Mansion (Hard Rock Cafe) 

5.  Audubon House 

4. Mel Fisher Museum 

3. Artisit House 

2. East Martello Fort 

1. Original Key West Morgue (Captain Tony's) 


Key West Cemetary

Available for self guided tours exclusively during daylight hours

The  original settlers in Key West made the horrific mistake of locating  their cemetery along the southern shore, facing the Atlantic Ocean. A  decision that came back to haunt them in 1846. That year a massive  hurricane struck the island uncovering all of the graves! Remains were  scattered everywhere including mangrove trees, tidal pools, beaches and  lanes. Rethinking their earlier mistake the residents relocated the  cemetery to the highest point on the island known as Solares Hill. The  new location has been home to the island's permanent inhabitants ever  since. Today the cemetery is a very popular tourist attraction. The city  of Key West restricts visits to daytime hours only but they do provide a  self guided map at the entrance. Over the years a number of fascinating  and humorous tombstone have drawn fans from around the world. Don't  miss this historic and memorable piece of Bone Island.