New Yorkers can meet Halloween with the mayor of the city: how to get free tickets
Source: NYC Mayor's Office of Special Projects and Community Events
Today, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife, Cirlene McCray, announced the opening of an annual free distribution of Halloween tickets at the Gracie Mansion (Gracie Mansion), the official residence of the mayor. Guests can explore the historic mansion and its surroundings in a traditional haunted house themed setting.
Guests can reserve up to four tickets. registering online or by calling 311. This event is open to New Yorkers according to the zip code. Visit times include entry times and are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
At the site, each guest will have to show a ticket (print in advance or show on a mobile device). Tickets may not be sold or transferred to other persons.
Cost: is free
Venue: Gracie Mansion (Gracie Mansion, 88th Street and East End Avenue, New York, NY 10028)
Dates and times:
- Friday, October 26 2018 of the year from 17: 00 to 19: 00
- Saturday, October 27 2018, from 12: 00 to 15: 00
- Sunday, October 28 2018, from 12: 00 to 15: 00
For whom: those applying for tickets must be at least 18 years old. A minor may come to an event, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Anyone submitting an application must bring at least one minor child with the ticket. The event is suitable for children from 6 to 10.
Documents: Be sure to show in place a valid ID with a photo for guests older than 18 years (driver's license, passport, IDNYC). Children under 18 do not need documents.
Tickets: each guest must present a separate ticket, including children.
Special needs: on the mansion you can move in a wheelchair; people with special needs will be provided amenities upon request.
Photo and video: prohibited.
Important! All guests need to print, sign and bring to the event. this form.
New Yorkers can send ticket request or call by number: 311. The number of tickets is limited. The event is recommended for families with children.