Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours

Discover Manhattan as you’ve never done before on this spooky walking tour, taking you around the city’s most iconic landmarks, marred by an eerie history.

The New York Pass Greenwich Village is most known for its abundance of restaurants, beautiful parks, and celebrity ghouls Normally $35.00 - Free with New York Pass

Experience the spookiest tour in New York, Ghost of Greenwich Village Tour. This a two-hour walking experience will send a shiver of fear down your spine as you learn about the city’s frightening history and murky characters. 

 

Experience Ghosts of Greenwich Village Tours with The New York Pass®

- Pay nothing at the gate – simply scan your digital pass.
- Two-hour private walking tour.
- See Washington Arch, The Murder House, Anne Charlotte Lynch House, and more. 


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- About Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours

- Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours highlights

- Greenwich Village facts

- Know before you go

- Getting in

- Make the most of your New York Pass

- How to get there



About Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours

Greenwich Village is almost universally known for its spooky activity. During the 1700s, nearly 20,000 bodies were buried in a mass grave under Washington Square Park due to an outbreak of yellow fever that hit the whole of New York. Greenwich Village tours will bring you up close to all the reported locations as you hear stories of lost children, celebrity ghosts, and park-dwelling phantoms.

View the famous English elm, Hanging Tree, situated in the northwest corner of Greenwich Village that’s known for its plethora of hangings during the 18th century. Visit the most haunted house in New York, as well as several hotspots that are known for their paranormal activity. For instance, The Cherry Lane Theatre, Washington Arch and Jefferson Market Library, The Murder House, Anne Charlotte Lynch’s House, and more.

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Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours highlights

  • Explore New York City as you’ve never done before, with this two-hour guided tour, taking you around the city’s most haunted locations.

  • View iconic locations known for their supernatural occurrences, including Washington Arch, The Murder House, Anne Charlotte Lynch House, and more.
  • Learn about the city’s eerie past from spine-chilling tales. 

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Greenwich Village facts

  • The ghost of Edgar Allan has been seen wandering the stairways of New York University’s Furman Hall, his old residence, which he occupied for eight months between 1844 and 1845.

  • The famed folktale, ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,’ takes place on the eastern shore of the Hudson River Valley, New York. The story follows Ichabod Crane, a local teacher who encounters the infamous ‘Headless Horseman on his way home one evening. Crane runs for his life, and the Horseman chases him into the night. The story goes that Crane’s horse returns without its rider who is said to have been ‘spirited away by supernatural means.’

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Know before you go

- Availability of tours isn't guaranteed, we suggest booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, 

- All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.

- Your guide will be holding a white flag with blue checks and the Top Dog Tours logo on it.

- We suggest wearing comfortable shoes and dressing according to the the season. During the summer we suggest bringing water.

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Getting in

The tour meets in front of the Waverly Diner on the corner of 6th Avenue and Waverly Place, outside The Waverly Restaurant. 

Reservations are required.

Please visit this link to book your slot. You will need to enter a credit card number to hold your reservation, but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour.

If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please call (718) 806-1706.

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Make the most of your New York Pass

- Greenwich Village offers a summary of the key locations you will travel to on your tour, check it out on the official website before your visit, to make the most of your experience. 

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How to get there

Subway
- R/W to 8th Street-NYU
- D/F to W 4th Street
- E to W 4th Street

Check out the Subway map, for more information on train routes.

 

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Getting to Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours

Getting to Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours

  • Ghost of Greenwich Village Tours 385 6th Avenue New York, NY 10014 United States
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Opening Times

Operates: Daily at 8pm

Tour is given rain or shine. A 48-hour notice required for free cancellation.

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