Take a walk through the streets, graves, and monuments of Lower Manhattan, rich in history — and ghosts! This Halloween tour has spooky surprises around each corner.
Looking for more spooky, socially distanced Halloween fun? Check out our haunted tour of Broadway.
This tour covers about a half-mile at a leisurely pace. Plan on bringing comfortable walking shoes.
The tour will end at the corner of Broadway and John Street.
Yes, our route is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
Our ghoulish tales will delight rather than keep you up at night. Feel free to bring the family.
Our Halloween event tickets are nonrefundable. However, if available, we offer free rescheduling to another date the tour is running.
Tips are always appreciated by our guides but never expected. They should be given if you believe your guide did an outstanding job and if you personally want to demonstrate your appreciation to the guide.
This Lower Manhattan ghost tour will take you back to 1624 and beyond as we walk past the landmarks of Wall Street, the winding paths of Bowling Green, and the tombstones of Trinity Churchyard.
From Revolutionary War heroes to royal British crossdressers, these ghostly figures of New York’s past will entertain and sometimes shock you.
History can be strange.