It is the ambition of many a New Yorker to live on Fifth Avenue and to forever sleep in Green-Wood. This National Historic Landmark serves as the final resting places of femmes fatales, revolutionaries, suicides, artists, and murders. Shrouded in dark history, you’ll uncover the hidden gems and secrets of New York’s foremost Victorian cemetery. Focusing on the scandalous and lesser-known inhabitants, you’ll see the graves and hear the stories about those who lie under your feet. Some of these secrets still haunt the cemetery today.
Note: Tour operates rain or shine.
What to expect
- Explore the sights of Green-Wood that aren’t listed on the map
- Visit the hidden gems and strange secrets of New York’s famous, Victorian cemetery
- See the final resting places of revolutionaries, murderers, artists, and the affluent
- Listen to the stories behind this famous cemetery
About this Activity
|Price||$20.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
About the Teacher
Ike Ilkiw is a born and bred New Yorker. Ike is a licensed New York State Private Investigator, and has worked with every level of law enforcement, from the New York City to the Federal level, including FBI, and The DEA. It is from his experiences of growing up in New York City and being a NYC Police Detective that he decided to start the NYC Adventure Tours
There are no refunds; all sales are final.