These 4 NYC Cemetery And Catacomb Tours Are Perfectly Morbid


These 4 NYC Cemetery And Catacomb Tours Are Perfectly Morbid

Looking for some super unique and different ideas for tours? We gotchu below with our list of morbid, spooky and fascinating peeks inside Green-Wood’s Cemetery and Catacombs.

1. Opera and Chamber Concert

Starting from tonight, August McKay Lodge and her band Voyage Sonique will be gracing everyones ears with their beautiful, haunting and mesmerizing classical music. Join the rest of the audience for a truly intimate performance in a completely unexpected location. There’s also a pre-concert reception at sunset, where you’ll be able to enjoy breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Get your tickets for tonight, here.

Date: June 24th – June 26th.

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Price: $80

2. Twilight Tour @ Green-Wood Cemetery

Twilight is arguably one of the best parts of the day, that spectacular glow that fills the sky as the sun sets is truly amazing. However, have you ever walked through a cemetery around that time of the evening? Probably not, right? Book your ticket for a walking tour around some graves of prominent figures in NYC and American history, as well as a rare look inside the Catacombs…

Date: Starting from July 5th, every Fri & Sat

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Price: $25

3. Full Moon Tour @ Green-Wood Cemetery.

Pretty much the exact same itinerary as the plan above, except this time it gets even spookier since it’ll be under the full moon light… only for the real ones out there. Think you’re brave enough?

Date: August 16th

Time: 8pm – 10pm

Price: $25

4. Catacombs by Candlelight Tour @ St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral

Curious about what’s inside one of the only existing catacombs in the US? The Basilica recently decided to finally open up the underground crypt to the public, so make sure you take advantage of being able to see one of the biggest collections of the tombs in the country. Get your tickets here.

Date: Everyday

Time: 11am – 12:30pm, 1pm – 2:30pm, 3pm: – 4:30pm

Price: $35

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