Thrill-seeking kids can get spooked while wandering through one of New York’s largest and oldest cemeteries. Green-Wood’s resident historian Ruth Edebohls leads visitors through some of the historic cemetery’s spookiest sights, including the graves of famous murderers and victims. Kids will be psyched to hear tales of the Brooklyn Theatre fire, the Morro Castle disaster and more, plus the daylight tour shouldn't be too scary for younger tots. Reservations are recommended—last year’s tours saw about 300 visitors apiece. All ages.