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Stop At: Greenwich Village, 14th Street and West of Broadway, New York City, NY
New York's most haunted neighborhood
Duration: 2 hours
Pass By: Friends Building, 100 Bedford St Corner Grove, New York City, NY 10014-5304
The apartment building used for shots in the Television show Friends
Stop At: Jefferson Market Library, 425 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, NY 10011-8427
Haunted library and site of a famous murder trial
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: 5 Ave, Waverly Pl., W. 4 St. and Macdougal St. Washington Square Park, New York City, NY 10011
The most haunted park in NYC
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: New York University, 70 Washington Sq S, New York City, NY 10012-1019
Learn about haunted buildings owned by NYU
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St, New York City, NY 10014-3755
A haunted theatre
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: The Garden at St. Lukes in the Fields, 487 Hudson St, New York City, NY 10014-2851
A haunted church yard
Stop At: Chumley's, 86 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014, USA
A haunted restaurant
Duration: 5 minutes
Waverly Diner, 385 6th Ave, New York, NY 10014, USA
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Our guide was very informative and a very good guide. Me and my friends enjoyed seeing these haunted areas of Greenwich.
This was a great use of our time during a recent stay in NYC. Halloween is a spooky time and the tour didn’t disappoint. It mixed the history of the city with the fame and infamy of certain terrifying situations. Tons of fun.
This was a really fun tour! It was really interesting to hear the history and stories of Greenwich Village. Our tour guide, James was awesome! He was funny and engaging and kept it really interesting. Was a really fun night with friends visiting from out of town.
Had an amazing tour! Booked it for a group of 12 people, majority are from New York City. Everyone said it was a fun, interesting way to see the city that we all have lived in for years. It was a perfect autumn activity.
Joel was an amazing guide for this tour. Very fun, lots of history and ghost stories. I would reccomend this tour.
Excellent tour with great information. Not your typical scary ghost tour but a tour based on true events and 'ghost' activity based on those events. We learned a lot and we would do it again to learn about another part of town.
History and the paranormal are two of our favorite things to explore while traveling. The Ghost Tour of Greenwich Village far exceeded our expectations and we walked away with some of the most interesting and amazing information. Victoria our guide was an absolute blast! Her presentation was on point, fun, and VERY interesting. She was able to capture and recreate ghostly details through storytelling which stimulated our imaginations, taking us back in time to the exact moment of specific-historical occurrences. BRAVO!!!! Would love to do another tour with her.
—-Chris and Patti
James, Our tour guide was Fabulous! He was personable friendly. He told us us all about the places he took us to, and made it interesting too! The first tour guide that became a friend instead of just a tour guide! The Tour was GREAT!
Enjoyed the tour. It worked out just to be the Missus and me (so a very small group). I don't know when the tour normally runs, but ours started just after sunset so was "night" for most of the walking tour which definitely added to the atmosphere. Frankly, just learning about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire was worth the tour alone. Happy to have done the tour.
The ghost stories were quite chilling and the history of the area was fascinating. However, the beauty of the homes was my favorite part of the tour. It was like getting a 3-for-1 tour of history, architecture and paranormal tales. I thoroughly enjoyed it and so did my 18 year old son.
Dig up Manhattan's spine-chilling past on this 2-hour walking tour of Greenwich Village, known as one of the city's most haunted neighborhoods. Together with a guide, you'll head to some of the village's spookiest spots, including Washington Square Park and NYU's Brown Building, and hear tales of lost children, celebrity ghosts, and park-dwelling phantoms.