Two people with walkers and one person on crutches and they made everyone stand in line for nearly 10 minutes before loading an empty trolley.
About Ghosts & Gravestones of Key West
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Seven of us were very excited to do this tour and were really let down. The narrator was monotone and was difficult to understand. I fell asleep on the trolly as well as two others in our party.
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My advise would be to take the Conch Train through town to get a better story teller! This tour is not at ALL what it used to be!! We have taken this tour before with "The Hooker" and loved every minute, every story he told...More
Please accept my apologies for the experience you had with our tour. We take great pride in Historic Tours of America® attractions, not only in the tour content but also the hospitality to our guests. Clearly in your case we let you down and I...More
I love ghost/graveyard/haunted/spooky type tours. This one was was just ok. My teenage daughters thought they would be scared, but it didn't happen. The tour guide was nice and did a good job, but I just don't think there's enough spooky stuff in Key West...More
My husband and I always take haunted tours in any city they're available and this one has smeared the competition. The staff was excellent, happily making accomodations for my husband who recently had knee surgery and can't stand for long periods of time. Very knowledgeable...More
I have been on this tour in other cities and always find the guides knowledgable and fun. The acting and costumes can be alittle hokey. What made this tour great was they take you into the museum after hours and you get to see Robert....More
The highlight of this trolley tour is "Robert the doll,' and is was fun, though steamy, to get an alter-hours visit to the museum that now houses him. Another highlight was a vist to the Shipwreck Museum, also afterhours, for a story of a mysterius...More