Join us for Ghost Tours during the month of October 2022

Travel back in time with storytellers Jonathan Kruk & Chant Macleod.

The Music Hall was built in 1885 during the “Millionaire’s Colony” era when mansions dotted the Hudson Valley landscape and families such as the Rockefellers, Goulds and Vanderbilts gathered at the Music Hall to participate in its lavish balls, flower shows and concerts.

Since then, the Music Hall has been a reflection of the human spirit, mirroring the current events of the town and the rest of the world. In addition to Presidents’ speeches, it has hosted women’s suffrage rallies and endured several wars, depressions and pandemics including those of 1918 and 2019. It is a vessel trough which many people pass. And some don’t leave …

The building is an official site of the Haunted History Trail of New York. Gotham Paranormal Research Society has investigated the Music Hall several times and has consistently detected paranormal activity including intriguing EVP (electronic voice phenomena) audio files and EMF (electromagnetic field) readings.

Meet the Guides to the Ghosts of The Music Hall

Every year, Jonathan Kruk enchants at hundreds of schools, libraries, historic sites, and festivals, tailoring programs for each venue. Jonathan is best known for his solo shows: “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and “A Christmas Carol.” He’s been featured on The Today Show, The Travel Channel, CBS Sunday Morning, on the BBC… and many more.

Chant Macleod is a noted actor, writer, director, musician, and improvisational comedian who has worked up and down the East Coast as well as Japan, and has also adapted Shakespeare and the legend of Orpheus for students in China. When not performing in Tarrytown he can be seen in Sunnyside performing with Jonathan Kruk in “Washington Irving’s Legend” at Sunnyside, in Irvington, NY.

For more information, please contact Nancy Zallo, Director of Development