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Mark Twain House New York Ghost ToursWelcome to New York Ghost Tours!

We offer walking ghost tours through the most haunted places in New York City. The ghost tour is conducted in Greenwich Village and meets in Washington Square Park, near the Fountain, opposite of the Arch. Your 90 minute tour will take you to 10 locations on a 1.9 mile walk to places like Mark Twain’s House of Death, the Edgar Allan Poe House, the tragedy of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, and more! Tours are $25 for adults and $14 for children under age 12.

OUR HAUNTED NEW YORK CITY GHOST TOURS

New York City Ghost Tours

The New York City Ghost Tours walk is held at 8PM  and will take you to haunted locations throughout Greenwich Village, covering many events that span centuries, complete with up-to-date hauntings, and factual research behind the hauntings.

90 Minutes Tours at 8PM

Adults: $25 Children under 12: $14

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Washington Square - Meeting Place for the New York Ghost Tours

St. Mark’s Church

St. Mark’s Church Deceased founder still startling visitors at LES house of worship. Image Source: Off the Grid What has been deemed the “most haunted church”1 in New York City is certainly worth a visit. As the second oldest church in Manhattan, St. Mark’s Church (in... read more

The Bowery Hotel

The Bowery Hotel Celebrities, rock bands and poltergeists – LES hotel is chock full of stars and spooks. Image Source: Booking.com This swanky Lower East Side hotel may be known for its style and celebrity fans, but it allegedly also has a much darker side. According... read more

The Algonquin Hotel

The Algonquin Hotel Spirits of creative elite still patron Midtown luxury hotel. Image Source: Daytonian in Manhattan In 2012, the travel website, Oyster, named The Algonquin Hotel as the Best Haunted Hotel1, and rightfully so. The famed hotel opened in 1902 and has... read more