Experience first-hand the political, social, and economic impact of the country’s significant moments. Rather than just reading about the past in textbooks, walk in its footsteps with an in-depth, educational experience that your group is sure to remember. We can accommodate groups of any size at a date and time of your convenience. We can provide transportation, translator guides, certificates and documents, and even video upon request.
We’ve found that many of our clients considered cheaper tour competitors (and were dissatisfied with their experiences) before coming to us; then became repeat our customers. We hope your organization makes the most of NYC with our expert guides for years to come. Previous clients range from major banks, local high schools, corporations, top universities, and more.
When the planes hit the Twin Towers on 9/11, the world watched as the most recognizable symbols of power and freedom in the Western hemisphere fell. From the clear blue morning sky to the smell of fire and the sound of sirens, New Yorkers witnessed firsthand the events of that day. Years later, our tour guides who were present in New York that day, recall the moments of tragedy and the acts of heroism that tested and ultimately strengthened our city.
Optional admission to the 9/11 Museum and One World Trade Observatory for faster entry is offered.
When it comes to LGBT history, New York City has witnessed many firsts. From Stonewall Inn - the birthplace of the Gay Rights movement - to the Gay Liberation Monument, New York City has inspired pioneers, artists, and neighborhoods that transformed America and the world. From the 60s to present day, you'll learn the historical significance of the Stonewall Riots, visit the homes of literary luminaries like Edna St. Vincent Millay and Lorraine Hansberry. The Waverly Theater, and the Gay Liberation Monument.