Haunted High Line Halloween
Time Out says
The High Line taps into its spooky past for this Halloween event. Over 150 years ago, freight trains ran at street level and grew to become a real danger as the city’s population increased. Tenth Avenue was called "Death Avenue" and in 1930, an elevated train track was erected as a safer alternative to the street trains. The train track would eventually become the High Line and once a year, those unfortunate souls who lost their lives in train accidents rise up to haunt the park. But no worries, the event is more of a fun festive experience—think face painting, costumes, dancing, live performances and a photo booth—than a creepy haunt. On the High Line between 14th and 16th Sts. All ages.