Get to know Central Park, the most visited urban park in the United States, on this private pedicab tour. Take a leisurely ride around this iconic New York City landmark, exploring its many bridges, fountains, and statues. Along the way, learn about the park's history and design from the experienced driver/guide ' including'interesting details and anecdotes about the park ' and see the locations that were featured in more than 300 different movies. Please note: this is priced per pedicab, not per passenger!
Get to know Central Park, the most visited urban park in the United States, on this private, 1- or 2-hour pedicab tour. Take a leisurely ride around this iconic New York City landmark, exploring the many bridges, fountains, and statues while learning about its history and design from the experienced driver/guide. See the spots featured in more than 300 different movies since 1908 and discover interesting details and anecdotes about the park.
Aboard a comfortable van or mini-bus, enjoy a comfortable 5-hour sightseeing tour designed to offer a comprehensive and entertaining experience of New York City. This tour, narrated by a professional tour guide, includes some of the most iconic spots of New York City.
Treat yourself to an unforgettable experience. This private tour combines a professional photo shoot as you take in the sights of Central Park on a pedicab. Now, in addition to your unique emotions of the visit of one of the most beautiful place in New York, Central Park, you'll get a set of professional photos as a souvenir.
Did you know there is a hidden tennis court inside Grand Central? Or that the ceiling is backwards? Discover many more secrets on this tour! This popular tour is led by an experienced guide from the New York City Department of City Planning and also is an author of a popular series on the secrets of Grand Central. Bonus: the tour ends at the Campbell Apartments, the Gilded Age office and salon of tycoon John W. Campbell, now converted into a soaring hidden bar where you can stop in for a cocktail.
See the best that New York CIty's Central Park has to offer in as little or as much time as desired from the comfort of a private pedicab. Select from one of six tours, ranging from a quick 25-minute jaunt to a comprehensive 2.5-hour adventure. Bring a camera and explore the many bridges, fountains, and statues ' learning about the iconic park's history and design along the way.
Explore Central Park in a pedicab with a NYC licensed tour guide and a long time New Yorker with a California accent. Tours vary from 55 minutes to 3.5 hours and provide a historical, architectural and cinematic perspective to Central Park. 'With frequent stops you'll see where Demi Moore and Lady Gaga live and perhaps take pictures of the beautiful spot where Little Miss Piggy was mugged or'the bridge that hosted the snowball fight in Elf. 'You'll leave with an appreciation for the visionaries that conceived and designed Central Park in the mid 1800s and the poorly paid men who built it.
New York City's historic past is plagued by dark events and powerful criminals who took the law into their own hands. Experience the suspense and thrill of all things gang and mob related on this 4-hour vehicle tour of Manhattan or a 6-hour tour of Manhattan and Queens. All tours include transport by luxury vehicle a professional driver and guide who specializes in the Mafia.
See and touch over a dozen remaining structural pieces from old Penn Station on this guided, 90-minute tour in New York City. This special tour of the Remnants of Penn Station is developed by Justin Rivers, author and playwright of 'The Eternal Space,' a play about the demolition of Penn Station. Combining never-before-published photographs, the tour also looks at the past, present, and future plans for the transportation hub.
You will board your Statue of Liberty Express bus in Midtown to begin your 6-hour tour with your local expert guide. You will receive a personalized overview of Lady Liberty and Ellis Island. Optional upgrade to include pedestal access.
This tour focuses not only on the architectural highlights of Grand Central Terminal but provides a real story about little-known secrets, anecdotes, archival material and the history of this famous train station. Visitors will not see Grand Central with the same eyes after taking the tour. Perfect for travelers, tourists and locals alike! The tour is available in English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Chinese and German.