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Mystery After Dark

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Historic Richmond Town

441 Clarke Avenue

Staten Island, NY 10306

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Mystery After Dark tours begin with an 8pm Twilight Tour for families reccommended age of 13 and older.

Mystery After Dark: Dread of Night Tours are held at 9pm and 10pm and receive a security escort, recommended guests 18 years of age and older.

Groups no larger than 15 guests will be led by Historic Richmond Town’s costumed interpretive guides from the Historical Museum entrance on a walking tour through the village into a different candlelit-house each night as guests learn the stories and discover the hidden histories of the families that once lived and died there centuries ago.

Tickets to the Mystery After Dark Tour are a $10 per person donation to Historic Richmond Town. They are available for pre-sale and at the Historical Museum prior to the tour.




Group Reservations Available!
Group tours are the only way to guarantee the tour of your choice. All donations support the educational programming and ongoing restoration efforts of Historic Richmond Town. All group reservations receive up to a $20 discount off of individual ticket prices. Group participants receive a complimentary souvenir at the end of their tour. To reserve your group tour contact Melissa Perez at (718)-351-1611 ext 266.

Wear comfortable shoes for walking uneven terrain. Tours are held rain or shine and require a signed waiver before departure.

How many of the different candlelit-houses do you dare enter? Hear the centuries-old stories and discover the hidden histories of the families that once lived and died within its walls hundreds of years ago...

Sample Tour:

Joseph Black immigrates to the United States from County Coleraine in Ireland around 1832. He settled on the Lower East Side (LES), in presumably an unplumbed tenement, on Monroe Street. It was presumably in the LES where he met his wife Mary. They were married in 1845 and soon thereafter had their first child, a daughter, Victorine. They purchased the Stephens General Store and the connecting home in 1870 to begin life anew on Staten Island with their family of 12 children. Learn why this might not have been the best idea.


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