Tours

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Join us on one of the ghost tours and experience it for yourself. Ghosts know no boundaries so why should you. Ghosts are known to haunt anywhere from a run down hospital, an old casino, or even parks. Come see for yourself, it will be a haunting good time!

Tours are wheel-chair accessible, 90 minutes in duration, and approximately a mile in length.

  1. Peter Stuyvesant and His Ghostly Friends of the East Village -- Go in search of Peter Stuyvesant's ghostly friends such as Edgar Allan Poe, August Belmont, Joe Papp, Washington Irving, Tredwell sisters of the Merchant House Museum, Samuel Clemens, Harry Houdini, and many others in the East Village.

    This tour departs from the lion sculpture in Abe Lebwohl Park in front of St, Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, northwest corner of Second Avenue and 135 East Tenth Street. East Village in Manhattan.
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  2. Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Neighbors of Greenwich Village
    Go in search of the spirits of Eleanor Roosevelt and her pet dog Fala, Aaron Burr, the ghosts of the New York University Library and of Washington Square Arch, and, of course, several Edgar Allan Poe sites. We will visit ghost central, the most haunted area in America, Washington Square Park.

    85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan opposite Fire Patrol Station no. 2.
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  3. Ghosts of the City -- Go in search of the spirits of the Algonquin Indians, Black slaves, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, P. T. Barnum's American Museum, Captain Kidd, Trinity Churchyard and of City Hall Park. We will also tell the true story of Edgar Allan Poe and Marie Roget. We will also perform an exorcism to lift the curse that prevents mayors of New York City going on to higher office.

    This tour departs from 38 Park Row, adjacent to Starbucks in Manhattan.
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  4. George Washington and His Ghostly Comrades of the American Revolution and Other Eras -- Go in search of the spirits of the George Washington, his contemporaries Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, as well as the Algonquin Indians, Black slaves, Abraham Lincoln, P. T. Barnum's American Museum, Captain Kidd, Trinity Churchyard and of City Hall Park. We will also tell the true story of Edgar Allan Poe and Marie Roget. We will also perform an exorcism to lift the curse that prevents mayors of New York City going on to higher office.

    This tour departs from 38 Park Row, adjacent to Starbucks in Manhattan.
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  5. From Ghost Busters to John Lennon: The Ghosts of the Upper West Side -- We will start with the "Ghost Busters Building" and end with the ghost of John Lennon. We will the haunted experiences of Mae West, Irving Berlin, and Babe and Romain Polanski's Rosemary's Baby in the Dakota. going on to higher office.

    This tour departs from, 55 Central Park West, between 65th and 66th Streets, opposite Central Park, Upper West Side, in Manhattan.
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  6. Ghosts of Times Square -- Go in search of Broadway's ghostly spirits, George M. Cohan, David Belasco, a Florenz Ziegfeld Follies showgirl, Bob Fosse, and many other specters.

    This tour departs from George M. Cohan Statue, south end of Duffy Square, Broadway and 46th Street, in Manhattan.
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  7. Ghosts of Brooklyn -– Explore Brooklyn's most haunted neighborhood as we search for the spirits of H. P. Lovecraft, Walt Whitman, Henry Ward Beecher, Seth Low, the second mayor of consolidated City of New York, Thomas Wolfe, Jackie Robinson, and many other specters.

    This tour departs from Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, 1 Water Street, at the ferry landing in Brooklyn. The cross street is Old Fulton Street opposite the Fulton Ferry landing.
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  8. The Nevermore Tour: The Ultimate Ghost Experience -- 3.5 hour Greenwich Village and East Village walk in the ghostly footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe, Peter Stuyvesant and their legions of wispy, wailing, wasted wraith friends.

    This tour departs from Fire Patrol Station No. 2, 84 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
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  9. Ghosts of Downtown -- Go in search of the spirits of New Amsterdam, Wall Street, South Street Seaport and other downtown Manhattan neighborhoods.

    Discover such neighborhood ghosts as Captain William Kidd, Alexander Hamilton, Hetty Greene, and many other spirits.

    Meeting Place: In front of the Alexander Hamilton Customs before Bowling Green. Click here for a map.

  10. Indoor Ghost Walk: The Ghosts of Grand Central -- The best part is that you are warm and toasty away from the cold, the rain and the snow as you take a walking tour.

    Discover the ghostly commuters of the New York City rapid transit system such as August Belmont, Franklin Roosevelt and his pet dog Fala, and the Vanderbilts!

    This tour departs from to West of the MTA information booth with the four-side clock in the Grand Concourse of Grand Central Terminal.

    West of the MTA information booth with the four-side clock in the Grand Concourse of Grand Central Terminal.

  11. Ghosts of the Lower East Side -- Discover the most cultural diverse haunted community in the world that reflects the long immigrant history of the neighborhood. Ghosts of Chinese, Irish, Jewish, and Mexican heritage make this area their ghostly home. You will not meet celebrity ghosts but simply ordinary every day haunts.

    The meeting place will be in front of the Economy Candy Store, 108 Rivington Sreet between Ludlow and Essex Streets, one block north of Delancey Street.
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  12. Phantom Pub Crawl of the West Village Starring Dylan Thomas -- Join us in search of the spirits of Oscar Wilde, Thomas Paine, Jack Kerouac, Thomas Wolf, and other notable ghosts that like to take a drink now and then at some of their favorite drinking establishments. Drinking is not required to have a spirited encounter, but because the tour goes into the bars and taverns, no one under the age of 21 is allowed. Although the drinks may not be on us, you will certainly know more about the ethereal spirits that haunt these pubs.

    Visit some of New York City's most haunted pubs where you can hoist a pint with some of the ghostly regulars who are still 'hanging around. You'll have time to get to know the spirits, your guide and fellow pub crawlers. And if your arms break out into goose bumps, and the hair on your neck stands up, it may be because ghost sightings have happened right where you are sitting.

    Meeting Location: Northeast corner of 6th Ave. & West 4th St.
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  13. Phantom Pub Crawl of the East Village Starring Harry Houdini -- Join us in search of the spirits of Harry Houdini, Edgar Allan Poe, Jonathan Swift, and other notable ghosts that like to take a drink now and then at some of their favorite drinking establishments. Drinking is not required to have a spirited encounter, but because the tour goes into the bars and taverns, no one under the age of 21 is allowed. Although the drinks may not be on us, you will certainly know more about the ethereal spirits that haunt these pubs.

    Visit some of New York City's most haunted pubs where you can hoist a pint with some of the ghostly regulars who are still 'hanging around. You'll have time to get to know the spirits, your guide and fellow pub crawlers. And if your arms break out into goose bumps, and the hair on your neck stands up, it may be because ghost sightings have happened right where you are sitting. You will certainly know more about the ethereal spirits that haunt these pubs.

    This tour departs from the lion sculpture in Abe Lebwohl Park in front of St, Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, northwest corner of Second Avenue and 135 East Tenth Street. East Village in Manhattan.
    Click here for a map

  14. Washington Irving and the Ghosts of Gramercy Park -- Discover the ghosts of this neighborhood including Washington Irving and Oscar Wilde.

    We will also show you where the actors that played the Wicked Witch of the West and Frankenstein's monster lived.

    Meeting Place: In front Space Kiddettes at 46 East 21st Street between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue.
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  15. Maritime Ghosts from Captain Kidd to the Titanic and Beyond -- Go in search of maritime spirits that have haunted New York harbor from colonial days to the present day. The Highlights are:

    • Henry Hudson, the Flying Dutchman
    • Captain Kidd and His Treasure
    • Phantom Pirates and Gibbet Island
    • The Water Ghost of South Street Seaport
    • General Slocum, New York City’s greatest maritime disaster
    • The Spirits of the Titanic and more!

    Meeting Place: Meet in front of the Seaport Museum, 12 Fulton Street, between South and Front streets
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  16. Hamilton the Ghost -- Go in search of the spirits of the Alexander Hamilton and of his ghostly comrades George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Aaron Burr as well as spirits from other times from Captain William Kidd to P. T. Barnum.

    Meeting Place: In front of Starbucks at 38 Park Row between Spruce and Beekman streets opposite City Hall Park in Manhattan.

    How to get there: Take the N or W or 4, 5 and 6 subway to Chambers Street -- Brooklyn Bridge -- City Hall station as the transit stop may be called. Bus M 103 and Bus M22 go south to City Hall Park.

  17. Love Beyond the Grave in Poe's Greenwich Village -- Experience the most unusual haunted tour of ghost central -- Washington Square -- and the neighborhood that surrounds the park. We visit sites associated with Edgar Alan Poe, Aaron Burr, Triangle Shirt Waist Factory ghosts, and hanging tree haunts.

    Meeting :Location: 85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan opposite Fire Patrol Station no. 2.

    Subway trains A B C D E F M stop at the West 4th Street Station. Exit from Third Street exit and go eastward on Third Street.

  18. Love Beyond the Grave in Poe's Greenwich Village --Father's Day Edition -- Discover the special bond a father has for his child and vice versa as we recount the relationships between Aaron Burr and daughter Theodosia, as well as Drew Barrymore and her father John, the connection of Hamlet’s ghost with Edwin Booth, a Ghostbuster relationship, and even a George Washington association. We will also explore ghost central --Washington Square Park – and, of course, a few Edgar Allan Poe sites.

    Meeting :Location: 85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan opposite Fire Patrol Station no. 2.

    Subway trains A B C D E F M stop at the West 4th Street Station. Exit from Third Street exit and go eastward on Third Street.

  19. Love Beyond the Grave in Poe's Greenwich Village --Mother's Day Edition -- Discover the special bond a mother has for her child and vice versa along with other stories of love.

    Meeting :Location: 85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan opposite Fire Patrol Station no. 2.

    Subway trains A B C D E F M stop at the West 4th Street Station. Exit from Third Street exit and go eastward on Third Street.

  20. The Rainbow of Love Beyond the Grave in Poe's Greenwich Village -- Discover the special bond a mother has for her child and vice versa along with other stories of love.

    We explore the many aspects of the rainbow of love beyond the grave including: wife and husband, mother and daughter, mother and son, father and daughter, father and son, son-in-law and mother-in law, man and man, woman and woman, human and dog, human and cat, and timeless love that endures across time!

    Meeting :Location: 85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, Greenwich Village in Manhattan opposite Fire Patrol Station no. 2.

    Subway trains A B C D E F M stop at the West 4th Street Station. Exit from Third Street exit and go eastward on Third Street.

Group rates and private tours available.

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