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Haunted Firehouse Ghost Tour

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General Admission Ages 10+

Experience the thrills and chills of a ghost tour through the hottest haunted location in Key West.

Built in 1907, the historic firehouse is home to dozens of spirits, including victims of local infernos, a ghost horse, and Fire Chiefs from Key West’s past, including one who disappeared and became the Jimmy Hoffa of Key West. Fascinating history and chilling tales are combined in a 45-minute audio tour delivered by Ghosts of Key West author David L. Sloan.

The tour includes nighttime access to the dimly lit fire station, the use of headphones and an audio player (or bring your own and listen on your smartphone), a daytime admission pass for the Historic Firehouse Museum ($15 retail value), and optional access to the haunted fire engine for an in-cab EVP session. Stories include The Old Man in the Feed Shed, The Cemetery Bell, Tennessee Willams’ Gardener, The Burned Boy on the Fire Truck, The Black Shadow, and Where Is Bum Farto?

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What to Bring:

  • Camera
  • Comfortable, flat-soled shoes
  • Headphones & Smartphone (if you don’t want to use our headphones and audio player).
  • Cash if you wish to tip the staff

We Will Provide:
– Headphones & Audio Player
– Audio tour narrated by David L. Sloan
– Daytime admission pass to Historic Firehouse Museum (Open Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 2 pm)
– Optional access to the haunted fire engine for an in-cab EVP session.


The tour includes stairs – one flight up and one flight down. A portion of the tour near the tree of graves traverses uneven ground. The majority of this tour takes place inside the air-conditioned historic firehouse.

Please do not show up drunk. Visibly intoxicated guests will be denied access, and your tickets will not be refunded.

Please do not bring an infant or toddler. Our content can include graphic descriptions of death and murders and may not be appropriate for your child.