Welcome to Miami, where the sun shines all day and the night never ends! But South Florida isn’t all fun in the sun...this city has a dark side. Explore the sun-washed streets of Miami and the spirits that inhabit them with US Ghost Adventures!
WHY IS THIS TOUR SO SPECIAL?
We offer the best ghost tours in America, and we even own the spooky Lizzie Borden House! You’ll be accompanied by a Miami native who knows the city’s hidden history and has had plenty of face-to-face encounters with the supernatural. Our tours are fun, informative, and, best of all, authentic. There’s nobody in a costume waiting to get a cheap scare. We let the ghosts do all the work! Whether you’re a South Florida local or a tourist looking for a hauntingly good time, you’re guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience. So what are you waiting for? Book a Miami ghost tour today!
WHY IS MIAMI SO HAUNTED?
Hold onto your Mojitos! The ghosts of Miami are here to rock the boat! Under the palm trees and blue skies lie a ton of spooky spirits. Back when Miami was just a coastal swamp, the Tequesta tribe inhabited the lands. They had a large village at the mouth of the Miami River, where downtown is today. Florida was claimed by Spain in the 16th century and went back and forth between Spanish and British rule until 1821 when Spain ceded Florida to the Americans. Miami is the only major city in the US founded by a woman. Julia Tuttle owned the land the town was founded upon and worked alongside railroad tycoon Henry Flagler to drive economic growth in the city. Miami faced hardships early on, such as a deadly freeze and a powerful hurricane, which slowed economic growth. Miami bounced back during World War II, which helped revive the city’s economy. In the mid 20th century, immigration to the city from Caribbean countries like Cuba and Haiti shaped the city’s culture, and the Mariel Boatlift in the 1980s brought thousands of Cuban refugees. The city was also plagued by violence as cartels fought for control of the lucrative drug market.
Today, South Florida remains the capital of Latin and Caribbean culture in the US, and the city’s nightlife is said to be one of the best in the world. But the city’s also got plenty of haunts. The ghosts of Prohibition Era gangsters and rum runners can be found all over the city, in places like the Biltmore Hotel, the Villa Casa Casuarina, and the Coconut Grove Playhouse. If cemeteries are your thing, take a stroll through the spooky Pinewood Cemetery or the haunted City of Miami Cemetery. And don’t forget the high strangeness at Coral Castle, also known as Miami’s Stonehenge. The ghosts of South Florida are lurking right around the corner...don’t keep them waiting! Book your Miami ghost tour today at www.usghostadventures.com!
Lummus Park, at 1160 Ocean Drive (coast side)
Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.
1 hr. across 1 mile
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