Remember the Titanic’s tragic and glorious story, and how it is uniquely connected to New York City

Meeting Point: Meet at Astor Place, in front of Cooper Union school (the big brown building with the large steps and portico). Take the 6 train to Astor Place or the N/R trains to 8th St. NYU. This tour is approximately 2 hours in duration and 1.3 miles in length. Runs rain or shine, except in cases of severely inclement weather.

Tour Description: Join us as we seek out the lost spirits of the Titanic. Let us lead you from Greenwich Village to the Hudson River as we tell tales of spectral sailors, waterfront gangsters, pirates, murderers, poets, and other lost souls. We’ll show you where survivors of the Titanic were brought ashore in that cold April of 1912, and share macabre, sorrowful tales of the watery deep as we remember the Titanic’s tragic and glorious story, and how it is uniquely connected to New York City.

This tour runs every year in April.