The Ghosts of Palm Beach cannot be held responsible for any haunting, supernatural event, soul-possession or poltergeist activity endured before, during or after participation on the tour.
Duration and Length of Each Walk
Each tour is 1 hour and 30 minutes long, total walking distance is less than a mile, covered at a very leisurely pace so that you can enjoy the mysterious atmosphere and haunted locations. Please bring along water or a hydrating beverage to replenish your energy. We are positive that our tours will enchant, entertain, inform, and scare you.
Parking on the street may be available on Worth Avenue itself or just a short distance away! More parking is available on Hannon, South County, and Australian (which is a short walk) if need be.
The tour is handicap accessible, by which I mean wheel chair/walker accessible. Someone with trouble walking might have a bit of a hard time, although there are a few places to sit along the way.
Respect our Neighbors
The rich of Palm Beach unlike New York or California treasure their privacy. Therefore, we request people speak in low tones, do not block the sidewalk, and be good neighbors so that we can continue to offer our walks to future tour participants.
Affordable Private Tours Customized to your needs
Ghosts of Palm Beach can offer your own customized tour package for two to ten people for $150 plus 6% Florida State Sales Tax. Each additional person is $15 plus 6% Florida State Sales Tax.
The tour can start any time you want and within parameters of our authorized ghost route we can start or end the tour where you want. The tour currently is between one hour and one hour in fifteen minutes in length in duration. The distance traveled is less than one mile.
No discount offers or vouchers are valid for private tours.
We meet at the southeast corner of Worth Avenue and South County Road, two blocks south of Palm Beach Town Hall. There is a park, a unique park, Living Wall Park on the back of the nearby Saks Fifth Avenue Department Store which is located at 172 Worth Avenue. The 150 you see in the picture is the name of the 150 Worth Shopping Center whose entrance is actually to the east of the Saks Fifth Avenue Department Store.