Neighborhood Tours

New York is a city of neighborhoods, each with its distinctive charm and unique history

Make the most of your New York visit by joining us for a fascinating walking tour through Greenwich Village - the bohemian birthplace of American counterculture. Come for an exploration of the Theater District, on our Broadway and Times Square tour. Walk the amazing High Line and explore beautiful Chelsea. Dive deep into the international melting pots: SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown. Relive 400 years of New York history, through the Federal Hall, Wall Street, 9/11 Memorial and more on our Lower Manhattan tour.

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Top 5 Rules For Riding the NYC Subway in the “Summer of Hell”

July 23, 2017

With the “Summer of Hell” upon us, the NYC Subway system is more daunting than ever. That’s why it’s important to know these important rules. Especially if your riding the rails for the first time! While announcements from the MTA may get lost in the shuffle, they are important. More often than not they are useful in helping prevent delays...

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The Statue of Liberty’s Story in a Timeline

July 20, 2017

1865: French historian Edouard de Laboulaye suggests that France create a statue to give to the United States to celebrate its success in building a democracy.     1870: The French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi begins sketching the Statue of Liberty.   1878: Statue’s head and shoulders are completed and displayed at the Paris Universal Exposition. 1885: Statue of Liberty...

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7 Numbers That You Need to Know About the Statue of Liberty

July 18, 2017

1. France gave the Statue of Liberty as a gift in 1886 2. There are 354 steps to the crown 3. The crown has 25 windows 4. The crown’s 7 rays refer to the 7 continents of the world 5. Height from the ground to the tip of the torch: 93 meters 6. Weighs 204 metric tons 7. The Statue has a...

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