Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate gets into the spooky spirit, next door to the Monroe County Tourist Development Council offices.

Fantasy Fest was canceled, but Key West does love its costumes for both citizens and structures.

Dozens of Key West homes and businesses have gotten into the Halloween spirit this year. 

From spooky skeletons to creepy, crawling spiders, webs and monsters, the Isle of Bones loves to dig up its past and put it on display this time of year.

A pretty house on Thomas Street has some ugly greeters out front.
The striking house at Reynolds and South streets has acquired some creepy new residents.
Some folks have been hanging around Key West Fish & Chips far too long.
Some really old friends greet passers-by at Flagler Avenue and White Street.
Some really old friends greet passers-by at Flagler Avenue and White Street.
Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate gets into the spooky spirit, next door to the Monroe County Tourist Development Council offices.
Enter, if you dare, at The 801 Bar at Duval and Petronia streets.
Key West’s City Hall gets into the Halloween spirit with two displays in its White Street front yard.
Key West’s City Hall gets into the Halloween spirit with two displays in its White Street front yard.

Join Our Blast – Keys News Right to Your INBOX