ERIKA WATKINS ECHAVARRIA
JOHN MARC CARR
Tour Days and Times etc.
Capones Ghostly Pub Walk is an adult tour due to content and consumption of alcohol. No one under the age of 21 will be allowed on the tour.
Tour Days and Times
Friday and Saturday at 9:30 p.m. (Two Hour Tour)
We Meet at the corner in front of
310 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Parking Available at Performing Arts Parking Garage, Government Building Parking Garage and Parking Meters on
SW 2nd St.
HAVE A DRINK AT ONE OF CAPONE'S SPEAKEASIES.
TAKE A WALK IN A GANGSTER'S
SEE THE HAUNTED LOCATIONS OF
OLDE FORT LAUDERDALE.
CAPONE'S GHOST PUB WALK
We start the evenings events with our meeting area at infamous "Capone's" (his Speakeasy in the last 1920's) in the Historical District of SW 2nd Street "Himmarshee" area where you can purchase a beverage of choice to stroll around and learn about what Al Cappone was up to here in town. Plus some of the haunting left behind by the crime Al Capone was notorious for.
After learning the history of Al Capone's adventures here downtown we journey further into the past into our Historical District to learn about Historical Landmarks, the people who lived, died and now haunt these historical treasures.
CAPONE'S GHOSTLY PUB WALK
Gangsters, Speakeasies, Brothels, Spirits and Ghosts.
The Historical Downtown Fort Lauderdale started as a quiet community with some of the founding families in South Florida. Then Prohibition came in the 1920's. A man from Chicago came to Fort Lauderdale looking for Alcohol. Since Fort Lauderdale did not abide by the Prohibitions Rules, rum running became a very lucrative business here in South Florida. Rum Road was Scar Face's connection to the Caribbean Hooch.
Fort Lauderdale became Fort Liquiordale and this sleepy city turned into the party town we know today.
Come join us to learn the history of
Al Capone here in Downtown Fort Lauderdale and about the ghosts of the past Who are predominantly the citizens of those who worked the rough streets.