Did you know the first commerical brewery in North America was founded in NYC? It was opened on Brewer Street in the 17th century by the Dutch West India Company.
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. 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, who also mysteriously perished, haunts the grounds of Burr's West Village home.
"Such a great way to meet like-minded people and see the city in a whole new way. Was I scared a few times? Yes- but at least I had liquid courage."
Our New York City haunted bar crawl will introduce you to some of the city's most fascinating history, much of which locals don't even know about! 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.
Our walking tour takes you through one mile of New York real estate, where you will visit different sites linked to the city's haunted past, amongst them:
We will wander the haunted streets of New York City, stopping at each site to have a few sips of local spirits while hearing about the city's local Spirits.
Join us on the new Spirits and Spirits Haunted Pub Crawl and visit the city's historic haunts and ghostly pubs to enjoy booze and boos at some of the most infamous Greenwich Village paranormal and tipsy hotspots.
"Let no man thirst for good beer."
- Samuel Adams
Meeting point address: The Slaughtered Lamb Pub, at 182 W Fourth St
Duration: Approximately 2 hours
Parking: We recommend parking near The Slaughtered Lamb Pub or using public transportation. To see options, click below:
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September 25th 2022
"Great tour Marcus was funny and knowledgeable! Thanks 😊"
September 21st 2022
"Was very informational"
September 18th 2022
"Really interesting way to learn about NYC history!"
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This tour is a walking tour.
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