what are the most haunted places in St. Augustine?
We encourage you to read through our list of the most haunted places in St. Augustine. However - nothing will replace a great ghost tour. So while we hope you enjoy our pages about the most haunted places in St. Augustine, we also hope you'll join us for a ghost tour in St. Augustine - so we can show you these locations and tell you even more ghost stories about them!
St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in the nation, is home to arguably the most haunted lighthouse in America.Learn more about the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
Established for victims of the Yellow Fever Epidemic, this burial ground is St. Augustine's "Spirit Central." One of the property's poltergeist had his teeth stolen from the grave. Another had her body dumped unceremoniously at Old City Gates. Who’s haunting Huguenot Cemetery?Learn more about the Huguenot Cemetery.
With two centuries of military activity, one (very) forbidden love affair, and countless literary figures as both owner and occupant, St. Francis is populated by poltergeists.Learn more about the St. Francis Inn.
Built as a single-family home in 1904, Casa de Sueños now welcomes guests as a quaint Bed & Breakfast. Before offering fresh linens and a free buffet, the house catered to a different clientele; the dead.Learn more about Casa de Suenos.
The now upper-class Casablanca Inn - formerly the Matanzas Hotel - was once a hot spot for illegal activity.Learn more about the Casablanca Inn.
With the establishment’s string of eerie occupants, this 230-year-old structure isn’t for the faint of heart.Learn more about OC White's Restaurant.
St. Augustine is teeming with spirits. Even your local seafood joint has a poltergeist or two. Cue Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille, the hot spot (or rather cold spot) for ghostly encounters.Learn more about 46 Avenida Menendez.
The imposing pillars sit at the start of St. George Street, towering above travelers at three-stories high. Some say they're haunted by a nine-year-old girl, the daughter of St. Augustine’s gatekeeper.Learn more about the Old City Gates.
You’ll find more than Gone with the Wind memorabilia in St. Augustine’s “Ghost Bar.” Listed in the National Directory of Haunted Places, this restaurant has a resident poltergeist.Learn more about Scarlett O' Hara's.
Smack dab in the middle of St. Augustine’s Cordova Street stands the hair-raising Tolomato Cemetery.Learn more about Tolomato Cemetery.
Constructed in 1672 by the Spanish government, St. Augustine’s Castillo de San Marcos passed through a few hands, until eventually coming into the possession of the U.S. military.Learn more about Ghosts of Castillo de San Marcos.