Things to Do NYC's spookiest spots, according to Yelp: The Dakota, McSorley's and more By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Updated October 24, 2016 1:38 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Yelp isn’t just for food. For Halloween, the site shares with us the top spookiest places in the city, based on the number of reviews and the ratings for each business, looking at comments and photos that mention the words “haunted,” “spooky” and “ghosts.” Merchant’s House Museum Photo Credit: Merchant's House Museum This historic NoHo landmark is said to be haunted by former resident Gertrude Tredwell. McSorley’s Old Ale House Photo Credit: Google Maps The oldest bar in the city, this East Village dive surely has its share of ghosts, even if only figuratively. Hotel Mulberry Photo Credit: Google Maps The Chinatown hotel is a few doors down from a funeral home, one spooked Yelp reviewer noted. The Dakota Photo Credit: Getty Images / Matthew Peyton / Stringer Yoko Ono has reportedly seen the ghost of John Lennon, who was assassinated in front of the Central Park West apartment building, there. The original owner also reportedly hosted seances. The Auction House Photo Credit: Troy Hahn One Yelp reviewer described this Yorkville bar like a "speakeasy meets haunted mansion." Morris-Jumel Mansion Photo Credit: Emilio Guerra The historic site and museum in Washington Heights is Manhattan's oldest house. Green-Wood Cemetery Photo Credit: Polly Higgins A cemetery that's spooky? You don't say. Lower East Side Tenement Museum Photo Credit: Getty Images / John Moore Visitors often ask if the museum -- once home to nearly 7,000 immigrants -- is haunted. By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Spooky sips around the city: Halloween-themed cocktailsBecause Halloween candy is for kids. Get spooked at these Halloween eventsDon't miss these spooktacular parties and events around the city. The 2017 Tompkins Sq. dog parade rocked us These city pets do Halloween better than you. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.