NoHo’s Merchant’s House Museum, dubbed the most haunted place in New York, is chock full of eerie events and other spooky encounters this holiday season. Candlelight ghost tours, 19th century death customs, and more are back at the museum this October! In light of COVID, both virtual and in-person events will be held. Make sure to get tickets ASAP, as space is limited.
We’re highlighting the events happening at the museum this month below. For more information, including how to register, click here.
Haunted History: Spirits of the Merchant’s House, Past & Present – Wednesday October 13th at 6:00 PM
Join paranormal investigator Dan Sturges on a virtual ghost tour at this Zoom event.
‘Death Cannot Make Our Souls Afraid’: 19th Century Mourning Customs – Tuesday, October 19th at 6:00 PM
Historian Ann Haddad will give a presentation, via Zoom, of the long grieving process common in the country during the 1800s, and how it differs from today.
Candlelight Ghost Tours of ‘Manhattan’s Most Haunted House’ – Thursday, October 28th through Saturday, October 30th, every 30 minutes from 6:30 – 10:00 PM
At least 8 people have died in the House, and paranormal activity has persisted for decades. Get a taste of the haunted happenings at this guided, candlelight tour.
SUPER SPOOKY Candlelight Tour with Paranormal Investigator Dan Sturges – Thursday, October 28th through Saturday, October 30th, 10:30 PM
Join paranormal investigator Dan Sturges at this terrifying tour, a crowd-favorite every October. Sold out, but you can join a waitlist.
Chant Macarabe: Songs from the Crypt – Halloween, Sunday, October 31st at 6:00 PM
Enjoy scary songs and chilling tales from the Bond Street Euterpean Singing Society at this special Halloween event.