Seville Quarter Paranormal Investigation and Historic Tour
Tuesdays, 11 AM -1 PM
days, 6-8 PM
For all other Monday thru Sunday Tours dates and times,
Please Call 850 941 4321
Meet your guide at
Seville Quarter in the Palace Cafe
130 East Government Street
Historic Pensacola, Florida 32502
All Sales Final ~ No refunds!
Do YOU dare dine inside one of Pensacola’s oldest buildings at its MOST HAUNTED restaurant? Come investigate the ghosts of Seville Quarter with actual ghost-hunting equipment!
Listen as your guide weaves tales of ghosts, debauchery, murder, mayhem, paranormal activities, history, and more of Seville Quarter and downtown Historic Pensacola.
We will provide ghost-hunting and paranormal equipment, but feel free to bring your own! All ages are welcome.
Following your ghost tour, enjoy an award-winning lunch or dinner.
Be careful! You may be joined for lunch by uninvited ghosts.
*Ticket includes a $12 voucher towards Seville Quarter’s menu!
Tax and gratuity are NOT included.
Seville QuarterSeville has been sitting on Government Street since 1871 when the main building was the Pensacola Cigar and Tobacco Co. However, the business of this building hasn’t always been the most honorable. Being just a few blocks from the docks, Seville Quarter was a central part of Pensacola’s red light district, and the second floor of Seville may have been used for this purpose “off the books” even into the 1930s. On two separate occasions, strange women have been seen by Seville employees on the second floor. Then there is Seville Quarter’s resident ghost, Wesley Gibbs. Wesley was a bartender at Rosie’s in the early 1990s and after his shift one night went into the cooler to escape the heat. He suffered from a heart attack in the cooler and died at 27 years old.“About 15 years ago I was in Rosie O’Grady’s bathroom upstairs trying on Mardi Gras costumes when I felt someone in the room with me. I saw a woman wearing a white, puffed-sleeved dress. Eight years ago our graphic designer Ryan Little saw a woman wearing a velvet cape standing in front of her desk. She said she could see the transparent silhouette of the woman and the dust particles in the light. Wesley is our resident ghost. Since I’ve been working here for 10 years, he’s done things like turn radios and the copier in the hallway on. He’s very mischievous. I tell him to knock it off.” -Nancy Rodriguez, Administrative Assistant, Seville Quarter.