Ladies of Green-Wood
Photo Courtesy of Green-Wood
Sat., May 7, 1 p.m.: Green-Wood’s Great Women Walking Tour will highlight influential and interesting women of the 19th and 20th centuries buried at the massive graveyard, including pioneering doctors, Irish patriots, abolitionists, notorious women and more.
Sun., May 28, 1 p.m.: Bird watching tour through the cemetery, a stopping point for migratory birds.
You’ll also see the dazzling azaleas, dogwoods and other spring blooms, not to mention ponds and sculptures, that make Green-Wood a “must-see” for everyone ready to forget the long winter.
Saturday “Great Women” tour led by veteran Greenwood tour guide Ruth Edebohls.
Wear walking shoes, as the tour could be hilly and strenuous.
$10 for Green-Wood Historic Fund members / $15 for non-members.
Reservations strongly recommended.
Click here to purchase tickets online.
The Greenwood Historic Fund &
The Greenwood Cemetery
500 25th Street
Green-Wood is located only four miles from lower Manhattan in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn. Click here for directions, hours and rules.