Enjoy a walking tour that covers three of New York's famous landmarks: Wall Street, Battery Park, and the 9/11 Memorial. Your guide will walk you through some of the most iconic sites of the city while exploring and defining the history behind each location and its importance in the development of New York. Choose from three tour options to maximize your time in the Big Apple.
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island with your own private guide, who'll give you a personalized overview of the island. Return to Battery Park, where you will walk over to the 9/11 Memorial, right next to the Freedom Tower. Experience this moving tribute to those who lost their lives.
Enjoy an inside look at the World Trade Center on this'highly informative and revealing walking tour that includes admission to One World Observatory and a personal radio for each guest to listen to the guides live narration. 'You'll visit St. Paul's Chapel, The 9/11 Memorial, The Oculus, Brookfield Place and NYC's newest and most popular observation deck at One World Observatory. 'Much of this tour takes place indoors making it a good option in almost any weather. '
Explore Brooklyn's most historic residential neighborhoods on NY Sees four-hour, private walking tour. Brooklyn's tree-lined streets and beautiful homes are a walker's paradise. 'We'll see Park Slope, Gowanus, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn Waterfront, Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Experience the best of New York City sightseeing on foot with a private, four-hour walking tour. Along with a knowledgeable local guide, visit the NYC locations of your choice. With our help plan a visit that can include iconic Central Park, the historic West Village and the vastly popular High Line Park. See Times Square and the Theatre District, Central Park, Midtown Manhattan, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge.
Explore the New York City borough of Queens on this private, 5-hour 'International Express' tour. More than'140 languages are spoken in Queens, making it one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. See the world without leaving Queens ' Turkish, Italian, Irish, Korean, Indian, Mexican, Thai, and Asian cultures. Walk and ride the subway along the Number'7 train'from Flushing to Times Square, also known as the International Express ' with every stop'recognizing a different culture.
This tour is the best way to combine a great food experience while exploring New York sights. Discover charming East Village and Greenwich Village neighborhoods and see its main attractions and places of interest.
Spend 3 unforgettable hours in the city which never sleeps. Explore the most popular New York attractions by night. Discover the city of thousands bright lights, colorful illuminations, glistening skyscrapers and flashing lively streets. Experience the best things to do in New York at night.
A Private Tour. If you think Downtown Manhattan is just the financial center of the Big Apple, this tour is for you. We will spend a half-day discovering many interesting historical facts and trace our way back in the history of New York before the birth of the United States, and even further back when it was a Dutch Colony named New Amsterdam. An ideal way to discover FiDi with your Private Tour Guide.
Experience the trend-setting epicenter of youth activity and counterculture. Williamsburg is the 'hipster' district known for dining, nightlife, indie music and 'thrifting' (vintage and secondhand shopping). See what the buzz is all about and take in the sought-after shopping, flea markets and foodie culture. Also enjoy breathtaking views of the city skyline. Led by an enthusiastic local expert who will show the best of the neighborhood. Possible inclusions: East River State Park, Mast Brothers chocolate factory, Bedford Avenue shopping district, Heatonist hot sauce shop, Smorgasburg food flea market (Saturdays only), Artists & Fleas market (Saturdays and Sundays only).
Imagine if Alexander Hamilton came back to life and was seen walking the streets of lower Manhattan. Would he recognize anything of the New York he knew and loved? The answer is yes. Join Alexander Hamilton as he makes history come alive sharing anecdotes from his days at Kings College'to helping the Constitution become ratified all while pointing out what is still familiar to him in NYC. The walking tour lasts for about 2.5 hours and makes frequent stops pointing out over 20 points of interest that exist from Colonial New York. We start at City Hall and end at Trinity Church. Your Guide is a professional Colonial Reenactor, Historian, licensed NYC Tour Guide and former Chairman of the oldest worldwide association for Tour Guides and Tour Managers (IATM). A wireless audio receiver and headphones are made available so you do not miss any of the wit and wisdom of Alexander Hamilton.
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island with your own private guide, who'll give you a personalized overview of the island.'Upon your return to Battery Park you will visit the 9/11 Memorial, right next to the Freedom Tower, Plus enjoy a Double Decker downtown tour departing every 20 mins where you can hop off and hop off at famous locations like Empire State Building, Times Square, the Village and more.