Haunted Clearwater Trolley Tour
Explore the spookier side of Tampa / Clearwater with the Haunted Clearwater Trolley Tour, a fun haunted ghost tour that is sure to chill. While it is typically known for its white sands beaches and sparkling waves, the Clearwater area also is home to local legends, lore, and paranormal happenings. Those who are interested in the paranormal should grab a ticket and explore the haunted history of the area!
Patrons will hop aboard the trolley for an interesting vantage point of the city. As the travel along, they will hear all about the stories that haunt the streets of Clearwater. From the legends that plague the city to dastardly happenings, this spooky tour adds a thrilling flair to your vacation. Known as the 'Ghost Coast', the area is known for several historical events and is also known for its haunted sites. Along the tour, guests will see places like:
- The Biltmore Hotel
- Clearwater Municipal Cemetery
- The Capitol Theatre
- Andrew's Chapel
- The Historical Fenway Hotel
- Curtis Fundamental Elementary School
You will learn about the SS Coachmen and its army, learn about the tragedy of Gertrude Warnick, and take a fascinating look at the legend of Maise Plant, brides, pirates, and more on this 75-minute adventure.
Each of these locations is said to be haunted, with stories of paranormal happenings and supernatural myths. Experience the haunted history of Clearwater and Dunedin from the author Joshua Ginsberg on this exciting paranormal trolley adventure! Whether you are a skeptic or a paranormal fanatic, you're sure to have a wonderful time learning about history and paranormal legends.
- What methods of transportation does the Haunted Clearwater Trolley Tour use?
- Approximately how long does the Haunted Clearwater Trolley Tour last?
It lasts approximately 75 minutes.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Great for all ages but be mindful that it is a haunted tour. Parents know their kids best!
- Where does the Haunted Clearwater Trolley Tour depart from?
Clearwater Beach at Pier 60 and the Clearwater Historical Society