10. Take a Haunted Tour of the Merchant House Museum

The Merchant House Museum is one of the oldest sites of Irish habitation in New York City that is still intact. The Museum was originally the home of the Tredwell family which consisted of eight children, all of which actually died in the house. The Tredwell family also hired multiple Irish servants who are saod to haunt the house as well. The Merchant House Museum provides tours of the house, their most renown being the “Candlelight Ghost Tour”. During the Candlelight Ghost Tour, you can see, hear, and experience the supernatural that haunts the house. The museum was actually voted one of Manhattan’s “most haunted house”. If you aren’t too scared, book a tour at the Merchant House Museum to celebrate Irish history this St. Patrick’s Day.