Spooky Things To Do In NYC For Halloween

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Spooky Things To Do In NYC For Halloween

There are tons of things to do in NYC for Halloween. If you are in the Big Apple near Halloween try a few of these events.

Blood Manor – Some say it’s the Scariest haunted house in NYC. 1,000 square ft. Horror House with monsters, zombies and more. It may be to scary for unsupervised children under 14.  Visit Bloodmanor.com for more.

Visit Greenwood Cemetery, a national historic landmark. Greenwood cemetery was founded in 1938, and has 478 acres of outdoor scenery. Takea Trolley Tour on November 2nd or a twilight tour on Sunday November 6th, only $15 for the Trolley Tour and $25 for the Twilight Tour. http://green-wood.com
Green-Wood
500 25th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232

See Manhattan’s most haunted house at the Merchant’s House Museum. Get a candlelight Ghost Tour at 29 East Fourth St.  Their are Tales from the Crypt on  Monday, October 31, 7 p.m.
http://merchantshouse.org

See The Village Halloween Parade on October 31st at 7pm – 11pm. Almost 50,000 are said to participate. It starts on 6th Ave. and Spring Street and moves north on 6th Ave.

Have a Happy Halloween from City Tales Sightseeing and Private Tours.

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