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(Canceled) 1 p.m. Historic Trolley Tour
February 10, 2013, 1:00pm–3:00pm
Canceled due to snow. Click here to see other tours available.
Experience the most magnificent and historic 478 acres in New York City. Join our expert tour guides to hear fascinating stories of Green-Wood’s permanent residents, see breathtaking views of Manhattan, tread where George Washington and his troops fought the Battle of Brooklyn, and much more.
Trolley Tour Schedule:
Wednesday, November 21: The Far Side of Green-Wood
Sunday, November 25: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, November 28: Hidden Gems of Green-Wood
Wednesday, December 5: Discover Green-Wood
Sunday, December 9: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, December 12: The Far Side of Green-Wood
Wednesday, December 19: Hidden Gems of Green-Wood
Wednesday, December 26: Discover Green-Wood
Sunday, December 30: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, January 2: The Far Side of Green-Wood
Wednesday, January 9: Hidden Gems of Green-Wood
Sunday, January 13: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, January 16: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, January 23: The Far Side of Green-Wood
Sunday, January 27: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, January 30: Hidden Gems of Green-Wood
Wednesday, February 6: Discover Green-Wood
Sunday, February 10: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, February 13: The Far Side of Green-Wood
Wednesday, February 20: Hidden Gems of Green-Wood
Sunday, February 24: Discover Green-Wood
Wednesday, February 27: Discover Green-Wood
Click here for more information on Green-Wood’s rotation of three different tours. Each boasts great views, beautiful monuments throughout, rolling hills, century-old trees and stories of the fascinating persons interred at Green-Wood. Please note: all tours include a visit to Green-Wood’s Historic Chapel and to Battle Hill.
Our Historic Fund trolley tour guides:
Green-Wood’s trolley tour guide Marge Raymond fell in love with Green-Wood Cemetery 25 years ago as a birdwatcher and naturalist. She brings to her tours her enthusiasm and passion for Green-Wood’s famous residents, its history, trees and animals. Marge, a professional singer, has been a volunteer since 2002 with The Green-Wood Historic Fund’s Civil War Project and has helped to staff The Historic Fund’s information and sales cart since its inception. She has been known to break into an occasional song during her tours.
A Brooklyn native, Ruth Edebohls is a licensed New York City tour guide and urban historian with a special enthusiasm for Green-Wood Cemetery. After working for the Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment as its Coordinator of Urban Tours and as a tour guide for 15 years, Ruth became a tour guide for the Green-Wood Historic Fund several years ago. She has created and led a host of fascinating tours of Green-Wood.
After retiring from many years of teaching, Tom Russell became a volunteer at Green-Wood in 2003, greeting visitors and answering their questions. Tom long has been fascinated with the cemetery’s history, architecture, topography, natural beauty, and the stories of its permanent residents. His greatest interest is Green-Wood’s visitors who come from around the country and the world to see this great place.