New York City's Lower East Side neighborhood is full of old tenement buildings... and many people think some of them are haunted! On this fictional tour, our lead character Robbie has just seen a ghost. Follow him to learn about the spirit and neighborhood that haunts him...
Little Italy, East Village, Williamsburg Bridge
The route begins at Clinton Street Baking Co, at the corner of E. Houston St and Clinton St.
Driving is not recommended. Public Transportation is the best way to access this tour.
From Grand Central Station, take the 6 train Downtown toward Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall
Transfer at Bleeker Street (6 stops)
Take the F train toward Queens Village/Springfield Blvd
Exit Delancy/Essex (2 stops)
Head east on Delancey St toward Suffolk St
Turn left onto Clinton St
From the I-278 West, take exit 46 toward Manhattan/FDR Drive
Continue onto New York State Reference Rte 900G/Robert F. Kennedy Bridge
Use the left 2 lanes to take the F D R Dr S exit
Continue onto FDR Drive
Take exit 5 toward Houston St/Holland Tun
Merge onto FDR Drive
Turn right onto E Houston St
Turn left onto Suffolk St
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Stanton St
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Clinton St
Places to stop along the way:
Coffee and Tea: Koneko, Sugar Sweet Sunshine, El Rey, Cocoa Lounge
Restaurants: Clinton Street Baking Co, Freeman's, Stanton Social, Beauty & Essex
Bars: Donnybrook, Pianos, Verlaine, Mazaar Lounge
Retail: The Reformation LES, Tokyo Rebel, ODD. New York, Vaute
Best time to walk:
Anytime during daylight hours.
Keep an eye on your belongings. This tour is best experienced between March to December.
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