Visit Manhattan’s haunted locations and learn about some of the city’s most macabre spectres and stories.
From Edgar Allan Poe’s Greenwich Village haunts and the colonial-era ghosts of Lower Manhattan, to the thieves and murderers of the Five Points and the hidden corners of Green-Wood Cemetery, you’ll find all things ghastly and macabre on these thrilling, 90-minute walking tours!
When the tourists and bustle of Lower Manhattan fade at the end of the day, ghosts and spirits begin to fill its dark and narrow cobblestone streets. This 90-minute walking tour wends its way through the one of the oldest parts of the city, revealing secrets and stories that ensure you’ll never view the Financial District the same way again…
All killer, no filler. This 2-hour tour presents the very best true ghost stories from the East Village and Greenwich Village. All ghost stories on this carefully researched route have been painstakingly hand-picked by your veteran tour guide to bring you only the scariest, strangest, and most consistently verified ghost stories in New York City. Recommended for those who want only the best and are willing to walk for it.
Let us lead you through the West Village and by the Hudson River as we tell tales of spectral sailors, waterfront gangsters, pirates, murderers, poets, and show you where survivors of the Titanic were brought ashore in that cold April of 1912… and perhaps still remain. This special anniversary tour is offered every April 14th and 15th.
HISTORICAL AND TRUE CRIME TOURS
See the hidden gems and strange secrets of New York’s foremost Victorian cemetery, including the final resting places of femmes fatales, revolutionaries, gangsters, artists and murderers! Tours are 90 minutes in duration and approximately one mile in length. Note: this tour requires somewhat strenuous, hilly walking.
This 90-minute walking tour examines some of old Gotham’s most brutal and infamous crimes, some still unsolved, all set against the backdrop of a bustling city that seethed with scandal. From the lowlifes of the Five Points to the tragic women of McGurk’s Suicide Hall, we’ll explore the shadiest, tawdriest, and most notorious stories of 19th century New York.
This 90-minute literary and historical walking tour steps into the life of Edgar Allan Poe’s Greenwich Village of the 1840s. Interweaving some of his most famous tales with Greenwich Village’s macabre secret histories, this tour is guaranteed to delight fans of Poe’s literary grotesques.