Go in search of the spirits of Eleanor Roosevelt and her pet dog Fala, Aaron Burr, the ghosts of the New York University Library and of Washington Square Arch
Ghosts of New York Tour Description
Go in search of the spirits of Eleanor Roosevelt and her pet dog Fala, Aaron Burr, the ghosts of the New York University Library and of Washington Square Arch in Washington Square Park — ghost central in New York City and the most haunted area in America — and, of course, several Edgar Allan Poe sites. Have your own unparalleled adventure as we explore the sites that inspired the poet (let us know if you hear any Bells) and listen to the spirited stories about some of the spirits that call New York City their forever home.
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This tour departs across the street from the former Fire Patrol Station No. 2, 85 West Third Street, one block south of Washington Square Park between Thompson and Sullivan Streets, in Manhattan. You will see a plaque honoring Poe on the building facade across the street from the former fire patrol station.
Subway trains A B C D E F M stop at the West 4th Street Station. Exit from Third Street exit and go eastward on Third Street.
Our NYC walking ghost tours are 90 minutes in duration and less than a mile in length.