Where to Find Me

Fort East Martello Museum
3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.,
Key West, Florida
Open daily from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Admission is $7 for adults
$4 for children and students with ID
$6 for Seniors (62+), AAA Travelers, and Locals with ID,
Members and children under 6 - Free.

Fort East Martello Museum & Gardens features exhibits of local history and art. Displays include early settlement, sponging and fishing, Cuban influence, military involvement, writers and other characters. The museum notably houses Robert the Doll, a haunted doll belonging to the late artist Robert Eugene Otto. The museum also features works by folk artist Mario Sanchez, and art created from junk by Stanley Papio.

Visit Robert at Night
When the Museum is Closed

Ghosts and Gravestones:
The Only Tour Where You Meet
A Child's Toy With A Mysterious Curse

The "Ghosts and Gravestones" tour offers an EXCLUSIVE night-time entry into one of the island’s haunted Civil War forts - Fort East Martello Museum - once quarantine barracks for suffering soldiers left to die from yellow fever; now home to an eerie doll that can play tricks on you if you don’t play nicely. The Ghost Hosts add a pinch of humor to Key West's dark side with tales of deathly love, tragic endings, scores to settle, wrongs to right and ghastly folk – some so strange it will be hard to believe they’re true.
Reservations are required - 305-294-4678.

Photo Caption: The Ghosts and Gravestones trolley tour, Key West. Photo courtesy of Historic Tours of America