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Immersive NYC Tours with Great Guides!


IMMERSIVE ITINERARY

Our itineraries are designed to bring you authentic experiences of New York City neighborhoods and major attractions such as SoHo, the 9/11 Memorial, Times Square, and much more. We travel by foot, subway and public buses just like native New Yorkers would. You’ll see so much more in a shorter amount of time on our walking tours.

GREAT GUIDES

Our guides are fun, engaging and knowledgeable. We want your experience to be memorable through the stories you hear, the things you learn or the personal connections made. To get the best guides, we take the most promising talent, put them through a rigorous training process and monitor the quality of their tours.


New York Neighborhood Tours

As New Yorkers, we saw a better way to tour the Big Apple based on how we would take our friends and family when they visit NYC. Be immersed in authentic New York neighborhoods where vibrant worlds emerge around every corner with stories and people you'll remember.


spring street sohoWhere else in the world can you find three culturally-distinct neighborhoods with rich histories in the span of several blocks? Come explore this dynamic cultural hot spot in the heart of New York City on our best-selling SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Tour. Walk down the beautiful cobblestone SoHo streets lined with cast-iron buildings that house boutiques and galleries. Hear about the underground gang wars of Chinatown's early immigrants. And sample the sights, sounds, and smells of authentic Italian culture and cuisine.

central park sights No visit to Manhattan is complete without stepping foot in Central Park- both the greatest example of urban planning in American history as well as a masterpiece of 19th century art and landscape architecture. The Central Park Tour is great year-round. As you traverse the winding scenic paths, you'll learn about the park's incredible history from an urban design viewpoint to its iconic role in American pop culture.

visit broadwayThe Broadway and Times Square Tour gives you an inside perspective of what it's like to work in the industry. Told exclusively by our guides who are professional actors, singers, and directors, and have experience in Broadway- you'll see Times Square and discover how the neighborhood transformed from a horse trading district into the Entertainment Capital of the World. You'll hear the backstage stories of the famous people who performed over the decades, successful shows and flops, and ghost stories!

walk the high line Come take a walk on the high side on the High Line and Chelsea Tour. Whether you’re interested in history, architecture, nature, or just people watching, the High Line has it all! This scenic 1.5 mile-long urban park, formerly a historic freight rail line from the early 20th century, is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. In the neighborhoods of Chelsea and Meatpacking District, you'll be guided through New York City's industrial past where trains would roll right up inside factories and warehouses, and see how they transformed into chic hotels, clubs, galleries, and food markets.

washington square park It's no wonder that New Yorkers love the "Village" most of all the districts in Manhattan. Greenwich Village is the bohemian capital of the world. On the Greenwich Village Tour, you'll learn how it earned its freewheelin' reputation over the decades from the beatniks, bohemians, artists, musicians, and intellectuals who lived and performed around Washington Square Park. Generations of protesters started the movements (gay rights, anti-war, workers' rights) that changed America's culture and laws right here!

Statue of Liberty Tours

statue of liberty tickets and hours Click here to compare the three ways you can experience the Statue of Liberty.

On the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tour, your guide will share the stories of the millions of immigrants who passed through Ellis while touring the Statue of Liberty Museum, a walk up to the pedestal for panoramic views of downtown Manhattan, and Ellis Island where you'll visit the Immigration Center for a look at our country's past.

911 memorial visit Want to see the top 3 downtown destinations at once? Save time and see more on our comprehensive 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street Tour plus Statue of Liberty Access. Meet your guide in the Financial District to learn about the history of NYC, the early Dutch settlement and how it transformed to the financial capital it is today. As you tour Wall Street, you’ll see the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank and other historical financial institutions. Next stop is the 9/11 National Memorial where you’ll see the enormous reflecting pools. You’ll hear stories of the events, tragedy and heroism of that day.

We offer an exclusive Hard Hat Tour upgrade in addition to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tour where you'll visit Ellis Island abandoned hospital complex. It was one of the most advanced hospitals in the country at the time, and has since sat neglected and off-limits for decades, until now. Hospitals, morgues, infectious disease wards, and staff housing sit eerily empty and dilapidated. Visitors on the Hard Hat tour are able to touch, feel, and understand what they represent in a way that connects them to the past.

One Day New York City Tours

top of the rock visit Feeling adventurous and energetic? Immerse yourself in the best one day tour that covers the most popular attractions in a small group. Options include the 6-Hour, 7-Hour, or 9-Hour tour. You’ll see and learn so much more in one action-packed day. We travel by foot, subway, and public buses just like native New Yorkers would.

Your tour includes a ferry ride around downtown Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty (get those cameras out!), Broadway and Times Square, Grand Central, the Financial District, and much more. The 7-Hour and 9-Hour options both include Top of the Rock entry with your guide. Choose the extended 9-Hour option to include the cultural neighborhoods such as SoHo, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, the High Line, and more.

brooklynFeeling even more adventurous and energetic? Brooklyn is just across the East River and has as much for you to see and experience. Our 6-Hour Brooklyn One Day Intensive Tour covers a range of neighborhoods; historic brownstones of Park Slope, new high-rise development underway in Downtown, and trendy areas in Williamsburg, as well as a park and cultural institutions. Get ready for over 5 miles of walking, a subway and ferry ride. You'll also get some of the best views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline.

Private Custom Tours

one day tours Want to customize your itinerary with your own private tour of New York? Ask us about our Private Custom Tour package to arrange a tour that best fits your interests. We'll help you pick and choose the sites you want to see, as well as make traveling accommodations on your tour.



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"Things To Do In New York" Blog

One of our guides meets Sir Ian McKellen (IFC Center in Greenwich Village)
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Visit Ellis Island – From Gallows to Immigration
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