Don’t miss one of Green-Wood’s most popular events! This weekend, we’re opening many of our most famous and elaborate mausoleums for public perusal. This special look into Green-Wood’s distinct architecture includes the grand mausoleum of piano maker Henry Engelhard Steinway, the rather unusual tomb of the ultra-wealthy Stephen Whitney, as well as the Catacombs and other unique locations usually closed to visitors.
A new route will be offered each day, and guides and actors in period costume will offer a glimpse into the lives of the people who now rest in these opulent structures.
Trolley will provide “Hop on, hop off” service between 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm on both days.
Single day: $15 for members of Green-Wood, $20 for non-members.
Given the above information from the website, I would recommend buying tickets in advance. Please mention in the comments if you want to meet for lunch first, around 12ish (I'll add specifics as it gets closer, but a pizza place nearby has been recommended), and then we can plan to be at the cemetery by 1.