Walking tours give you a glimpse of a city's memorable places, whereas handstanding tours only reveal its best-maintained bike racks. See the right-side-up sights with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $14 for a two-hour walking ghost tour (a $34.99 value)
- $25 for a two-hour walking ghost tour for two (a $69.98 value)
- $39 for a two-hour walking ghost tour for four (a $139.96 value)
Walk your way through nine of New York's most bone-chilling destinations, starting off at New York’s House of Death to learn about Mark Twain’s specter. The tour goes on to explore the mass grave beneath Potter’s Field, a restaurant that was burned down by ghosts, and the ghoulish apparitions of Edgar Allan Poe, a gang of flappers and drunks, and FDR’s dog. Tours depart at 7 p.m. Thursday–Saturday from Washington Square Park.
With all of New York spread before you, it can be hard to decide which restaurants, historical landmarks, and haunted alleyways to check out. That's where Best Tours comes in. Walking tours hike through the city's many chocolatiers, pizzerias, and the hippest restaurants of Williamsburg. Chauffeured tours cover not only fine dining but also ghostly haunts and a highly enigmatic Secrets of New York tour. And then there's the helicopter tour, offering a bird's eye view of the Empire State Building, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge, and shows off the city's lesser known clouds.
90% of 572 customers recommend
“Great, great time! Fun tour and tour guide, Brendan was fun and knowledgeable!”
“NYC Pizza Tour is lots of fun Leisurely walk and 4 generous tastings of distinctly different pizzas”
“It is a lot of walking, but a great opportunity to see all of the best and oldest chocolatiers around this area of Manhattan The tour guide was super friendly and...”
“It is a lot of walking, but a great opportunity to see all of the best and oldest chocolatiers around this area of Manhattan The tour guide was super friendly and explained a lot of the history of each chocolate shop we visited Highly recommend to anyone who loves chocolate”
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