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- $29 for 90-minute Haunted Manhattan tour for two
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- $79 for 90-minute Haunted Manhattan tour for six
A Chat with Haunted Manhattan
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Haunted Manhattan is the most accurate and interactive ghost tour in New York City. Our guides are experts on the city’s outrageously spooky after-life. From a ghost train to dead poets, you’ll see the landmarks that make up the heart of this city and the spirits that call them home.
What is the experience customers can expect?
An eerie bartender, a forgotten concierge, and a demented professor—on Haunted Manhattan’s treks of the city’s spectral underbelly, these are your guides. Each leads a 90-minute tour—in the East Village, West Village, and Greenwich Village, respectively—that stops at 13 haunted landmarks.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Frustrated by the incorrect or just lack of information monotonously recited by the existing ghost tours, Haunted Manhattan was born. Determined to be the hands-down best tour, we have insured each story’s accuracy and our guides to add their own colorful flair to the experience.
What do you love most about your job?
We tell scary ghost stories and the lesser known history of this great city. That combined with the interactions with our guests (both living and not), who are looking to have fun and learn something; what’s not to love?
An eerie bartender, a forgotten concierge, a demented professor—on Haunted Manhattan's treks of the city's spectral underbelly, these are your guides. Each leads a 90-minute tour—in the East Village, West Village, and Greenwich Village, respectively—that stops at 13 haunted landmarks. The ghastly sights include hidden cemeteries beside glamorous hotels and ghost trains zipping through the Astor Place subway stop. Along the way, the guides conjure the spirits of jazz musicians, poet Dylan Thomas, and even Edgar Allen Poe, whose ghost still lingers around East 3rd Street on the off chance Lenore might show up. In 2015, Haunted Manhattan was included on nycgo.com's list of Top New York City Tours.