Haunted Ghost Activities in New York, NY

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Although New York is a hub for entertainment and more, it is also a fantastic way to experience a fun and slightly-spooky part of the city.

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Ghosts of New York Walking Tour    
You can only truly appreciate the nuances of life once it's lost. That is unless there's a ghost. Haunted Ghost Activities is an organization that brings together experts and historians, guides and guardians to share their knowledge with the curious visitor. Guests of all ages are encouraged to join the tour, hearing stories of lives discovered as they hear from their guide. The tours take place at locations throughout New York City. You will find something amazing during your visit regardless of your level or comfort level with the unknown. The group size is small (max 25), with each tour designed to be very personal and tailored to each individual's interests and needs. Since 2002, this organization has offered guided ghost tours throughout New York City. The tours include ghostly encounters, folklore, history, and the metamorphosis of the living.
Available 102 days between Feb 10 & Jan 27
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Small-Group Haunted New York City Ghost Tour    
When it comes to haunted ghost activities, New York, N.Y., is a super good outing place, so check out this super good "Small-Group Haunted New York City Ghost Tour" vacation-offering to make sure that your group has a stupendous outing.
Available 360 days between Now & Jan 31
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Gangsters and Ghosts Tour in Nyc    
If you're looking for a fun and spooky way to enjoy some Halloween trick-or-treating this year, check out Gangsters and Ghosts Tour in New York. A 90-minute nighttime tour will take you through the city's historic areas with tales of haunted houses, spooky legends, paranormal activity, and more. Hop on board a luxury coach decked out in dark decor - including a coffin-shaped driver's seat - then explore NYC with its most notorious gangsters who were said to haunt these very streets. Moreover, you'll see actual locations in NYC that have inspired our favorite movies and TV shows. A glimpse of the real-life vampire hunting kit used in "Blade," a look at the infamous apartment building where Rosemary's baby was said to be born, and a stop at the spot where the famous shootout happened between Al Capone's crew and hit men of a rival mobster.
Available 360 days between Now & Jan 31
Feb 06
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Weird New York: Greenwich Village    
Greenwich Village has long been a destination for artists, bohemians, and other free spirits.
Available 47 days between Feb 10 & Dec 29
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New York Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl    
It is a listing for haunted ghost activities in New York City. The cost is $8, and tickets can be purchased in advance through the Eventbrite website or at the door. The event takes place on the 13th of October. The Eventbrite website states this is a Boo and booze your way through one of America's most haunted cities, where spooky spirits, ghouls, and vampires are just another part of a windy city night. The event includes various landmarks in New York City. A contact number is listed on the Eventbrite website, but it has no other information. The New York Post stated that it was a hoax and that there were no plans for the 13th of October to be conducted as an "organized" activity for adults. The New York Times referred to several similar fake events scheduled across the United States but gave them no credence.
Available 360 days between Feb 6 & Jan 31
Feb 05
7:30 PM
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Greenwich Village Ghost Tour    
The Greenwich Village Ghost Tour is the area's top haunted ghost tour and the only tour in New York with a federal designation as a National Historic Landmark. With over thirty years of experience, our tour guides are the best in the city at telling ghost stories. We cover haunted locations all over Greenwich Village, including historical sites such as: McBurney School Pier 39 Beth Israel Hospital (Maternity Ward) The Biltmore Hotel (former site of Children's Hospital) West Street Train Station Washington Square Park Old St. Patrick's Church Village Vanguard (Original location of Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow") Church of St. Luke in the Fields Cloisters Museum (former site of Woodstock Jail) Washington Mews (the oldest continuously inhabited Street in NYC) The Church of the Village and much moreā€¦! Washington Square Park at Greenwich Avenue and West 4th Street. The park's history begins with a Native American burial ground, which was converted into a garden by Peter J. Ritch. In 1802, portions of the garden were used as more formal grounds for the creation and burial of the Presidents of Columbia College (now Columbia University).
Available 360 days between Now & Jan 31
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