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New York Haunted Pub Crawls

The city that never sleeps is alive with an outrageous nightlife that’s potent enough to wake the dead. Walk the wounded roads of the Village and discover why cocktails are the preferred drink of the locals on our NYC Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl.

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Marcus was great!

07.20.24
Moses Williams
 

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The whole thing was great, I feel like I didn’t have to ask any questions because John, our tour guide, was so blunt and honest with us and gave us ...

07.19.24
Makenzie Mcnulty
 

Five Stars

Stefan gave us a really informative tour which was told in a fun and interesting way. We were impressed by the way the history of the local area was m...

07.13.24
Carla White
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NYC Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

New York City is full of spooky stories like the Gay Street Phantom, the legend of Howdy Doody, and a mysterious face-melting entity found at Marie’s Crisis. All of these tales, and more, will unfold before you as we traverse these hallowed streets.

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Crawl Meeting Location: One if by Land, Two if by Sea at 17 Barrow St, New York, NY 10014

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Starting Time: 7.30 PM

Man

Adults-Only Pub Crawl: You must be 21 or over. ID required.

Dog

Pet Policy: Pets are not permitted on the pub crawl.

Mug

Alcohol Policy: You cannot carry drinks between bars.

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Why Choose New York Ghosts Haunted Pub Crawl

Our New York City haunted pub crawl will introduce you to some of the city’s most fascinating history, much of which locals don’t even know about! Hamilton lovers might not know about the scandalous story of Vice President Aaron Burr’s English mistress who died during childbirth. Reportedly, their love child haunts the grounds of Burr’s West Village home.

We’ll spill the secrets about a Mayor who founded his own speakeasy during Prohibition, one of the original gay bars established by mobsters, and another underground drinkery that served everyone from literary geniuses to the town’s most notorious gangsters. The City That Never Sleeps conceives some of the craziest stories you’ll ever hear.

  • It’s your first time visiting New York, and you want to see why it’s known as the City That Never Sleeps

  • You love haunted bars and pubs

  • You want a fun way to wash down all the delicious food that New York is known for

  • You want to be a part of the craziness that was born from some of the most significant artists in the nation

  • The kids are away, so it’s time for the adults to play

 

Where You'll Go

Pirate’s Den

Prohibition was a time of desperation, turning everyone into outlaws feigning their fix. The mayor of this dark time even got in on the smuggling, purchasing this very building to operate as a speakeasy as well as house his mistresses. His wickedness transcended time, as this building is now one of the most haunted establishments in Greenwich. The distinct sound of tapping heels is frequently heard by residents, as well as reports of the disturbing sound of a man screaming in the basement.

Marie’s Crisis

A visit to Marie’s Crisis Cafe may require you to double up on the Manhattans. This was once the site of Thomas Paine’s home, where he took his last breath. Today, the cafe is home to numerous sightings of the rebellious political figure, often seen roaming in his colonial attire. But his apparition isn’t the only one stopping witnesses in their tracks. Make sure you’ve taken advantage of our bar stops before venturing to this extremely haunted location, as the spirits don’t shy away from making an appearance.

One If By Land, Two If By Sea

Named after Paul Revere’s midnight ride, this building holds a significant place in history as it has ties to Alexander Hamilton and his shocking murder. His killer would get his karma, as his daughter would perish on an excursion from North Carolina. She would eventually find her way back home, along with twenty other entities that reside in this very building. Pro Tip: Long Island Iced Teas provide great liquid courage.

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