Paranormal Investigation of Fraunces Tavern with Gotham Paranormal
Join Gotham Paranormal in exploring one of Manhattan’s oldest standing structures and learn the skills and tools needed for a paranormal investigation. This tour will lead you through the Museum’s five-building complex to learn about the rich and sometimes tragic events that occurred over the last few centuries. Explore areas that are usually closed to the public, hear first-hand accounts of strange experiences by Museum staff, and maybe make some new findings from spirits and entities!
Gotham Paranormal Research Society is a New York City based team that has been in business for over 15 years and is a member of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS). They have investigated numerous private houses, businesses, and historic structures. In September of 2020, Gotham Paranormal visited Fraunces Tavern Museum for a paranormal investigation after a few staff members experienced some unexplained happenings.
This event will only run for one weekend with limited capacity.
Tickets: Museum Members: $40 Public: $45
You must be over 21 to participate.
In compliance with The Key to New York Program, you must show proof of vaccination and proof of identification.
You must wear a mask inside the museum at all times.
Please do not bring any large bags or backpacks. There will be a place to store your belongings and the museum will not be liable for any stolen items.
Venue: Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street, 2nd Fl
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