Walk with us through the darker side of Broadway this Halloween, from strange superstitions to gory deaths to the actors who just won’t quit the stage — even after they’re six feet under.
Note: Be sure to book early as these events will sell out quickly. Our 7 p.m. Halloween tour is sold out, so we've added another on Oct. 30.
Looking for more spooky, socially distanced Halloween fun? Check out our ghost tour of Lower Manhattan.
Over an hour, we’ll cover a short area, but you will be on your feet the entire time.
This event ends in front of the Palace Theater.
Yes, our route is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
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 your guide, but they’re never expected.
We’ll begin our walk in Times Square, setting the stage for the history of Broadway in New York, before heading to five historic theaters. At each stop, you’ll learn about the superstitions and spirits that haunt the theater. Your guide will also help make introductions so locals can meet each other — there’s safety in numbers, after all.
Bonus: Our daytime event will be family-friendly while our evening event will be no-holds-barred ghoulish good fun. Both events are led by a theater professional (an actor or producer), so you’ll get the inside scoop on Broadway and more.