Long Island, New York is home to many reportedly haunted locations. Many others are paranormally active and still warrant further investigation to determine if they are in fact haunted. Below is a list of many of the noted and infamous places on Long Island believed to be haunted or at least centers of paranormal activity. We have also included listings for well known haunted locations in New York City, New York State and other surrounding areas.

Please note this list is provided only as a reference. Access to a particular location may require special permission and/or fees. In all cases please respect private property rights and the sanctity of hallowed ground.

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(click on a location below to see the haunted locations in those areas)
(sites with (*) are coming soon)

*African American Baptist Meeting House      Bassett Hall                                 *Brick House Tavern                          *The Capital


*Chouning’s Tavern                                             Courthouse                                    *Cuddy House                                   Everard House


*George Wythe House                                         Governors Palace                          *James Fort                                       Kings Arms Tavern


Magazine                                                                *Market Square Tavern               * Mary Smith                                   *Peyton Randolph House


*Powhatan Indian Village                                    *Prentis Store                                *Public Gaol                                    *Public Hospital


*Raleigh Tavern                                                     *Shields Tavern                             *St George Tucker House             * Wetherburns Tavern


*Williamsburg Inn



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