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It may be cold outside, but don't let that stop you from discovering Green-Wood! On this leisurely ninety-minute walking tour you'll take in spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline from Battle Hill; visit Fannie the dog, the beloved companion of Elias Howe's family; and hear the tragic tale of Charlotte Canda. Along the way, you'll explore Green-Wood's historic landscape and learn about the seemingly cryptic iconography found throughout the Cemetery. Meet at the Main Entrance Arch. Comfortable footwear is recommended.
500 25th Street, Greenwood Heights, NY
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