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Our itineraries are designed to bring you authentic experiences of New York City. We travel by foot, subway and public buses just like New Yorkers.

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Our guides are fun, engaging and knowledgeable. We make your experience memorable through the stories you hear and the things you learn.


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867martin87
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"It was one of the best decision to make this tour! I loved your tour guide Rachel, cause she did a great job. We had so much fun, learned a lot about soho, little italy and the mafi... Oh sorry family;) Rachel was so great. We will tell our friends for their next visit to book a tour with Rachel. Rachel, we wish you the best for your artist career!"

Brian Johnston
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"This was my 3rd or so visit to the sites in NYC... I used to walk by the sites at Castle Clinton and gaze past the swarms of tourists waiting to board the boats to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, thinking anyone who waits in those lines are crazy. But, it being our 10th wedding anniversary, and the 8:30am show-up time, made my dreams a reality with the early hour and Tommy's guidance. We never felt rushed during the tour, he was a great knowledgeable guide with a sense of humor."

abzlesa
(TripAdvisor)

"Remy walked us through Greenwich Village, highlighting famous tales, people and protests that happened in the area over the years. He took us past The Washington Square Hotel where Bob Dylan... and many famous artists/musicians lived in the past. We saw Washington Square, of the James Joyce novel. Remy was very enthusiastic about the area and this shone through in the many stories and obvious knowledge he had of the area both historical and now."

Kbarbaras R5136WR
(TripAdvisor)

"I have been to Liberty and Ellis Island several times, but NEVER did I learn so much history. The tour was incredible because of our tour guide, George McKenzie. I am so thankful I booked this trip with Viator and thankful we had George for our guide. I was so impressed that I told him I would book it again when I bring my grandson later... is a real history buff and would really enjoy the history lesson..."

Jodi Butler Pierce
(TripAdvisor)

"We had a fabulous day on our New York tour with our amazing guide, Linda! Not only did we see more than we could have hoped for, she also gave us tips and information on how to get the most out of the rest of our vacation. We couldn't have asked for a better tour and I highly recommend this company"

DrKillerBee
(TripAdvisor)

"Brigid was a great Broadway host! My wife and I had a great time and learned a lot of interesting facts and stories about Broadway during an easy stroll through the famed theater district. Brigid was cute, energetic, thoughtful, and knowledgeable about Broadway making our tour one of the highlights of our NYC trip."

skneminee
(TripAdvisor)

"Five Stars All the Way! If you want a fun and informative couple of hours through these burbs this tour is for you! It was very relaxed and the walking pace was very reasonable, lots of stops where we would get the scoop on different historic sites. Not boring as I had 2 eighteen year olds and it kept them interested! "

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5 Ways to Celebrate July 4th in NYC

June 21, 2017

1. Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular Find your way to the nearest rooftop for a good view of the fireworks as they explode over the East River between 24th and 41st Streets.  The show begins at 9:25 pm.   2. Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest The famous contest is a much-anticipated event every year and is held at Coney Island....

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Leaving LaGuardia: NYC Guide

June 20, 2017

Of the three major NYC airports (the other two being JFK and Newark), LaGuardia Airport is the closest to midtown Manhattan. It was named after New York City’s charismatic 99th Mayor, Fiorello La Guardia. Car or Taxi Located in Queens, the airport is only 8 miles away from midtown Manhattan, which means your car or taxi ride shouldn’t be too bad....

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Five Best Last Minute Father’s Day Activities In NYC

June 17, 2017

Father’s Day is upon us (depending on when you’re reading this)! It’s a perfect day to make our Dad’s feel appreciated for everything they do. But sometimes it’s hard to get everything planned out in advance. So, here are some great Last Minute Father’s Day activities that are perfect for anyone spending the holiday in NYC! Take In A Baseball...

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