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New York City Walking Tours
Delve deep into New York City traditions on these walking tours based on the City's history, popular entertainment and cultural diversity.
Take home great memories and add to your understanding of one of America’s most historic cities.
World Trade Center Ground Zero Tour
with 9/11 Memorial Priority Entrance
On this 2.5 hour tour you will explore Ground Zero, the Financial District and have tickets to enter the 9/11 Memorial. Visit St. Paul's Chapel and the Steel Beam Cross, a symbol of hope for the city.
New Yorkers with personal experience share stories of the emergency responders at the Firefighter's 9/11 Memorial and take you to see the Engine and Ladder Co 10/10 — the fire station of Ground Zero. The tour will also take you into the Financial District to visit the Federal Hall — New York’s most historic building, the New York Stock Exchange, and Wall Street where you will hear about the first terrorist attack nearly a century ago.
Adult: $35, 3–11 Child: $30
Alexander Hamilton Financial District Tour
Your guide will describe NYC as it appeared to Alexander Hamilton (the nations first Secretary of the Treasury) from its founding as a Dutch settlement to its rise as the world's financial capital. Highlights include; Wall Street (once the site of a wall defining the northern boarder of the city), the New York Stock Exchange, Battery Park, Bowling Green, Fraunces Tavern, Trinity Church and the World Trade Center.
You will cover approximately one and a half miles on this two hour walking tour of New York City's Financial District.
Adult: $30, 5–11 Child: $25
Gossip Girls Sites Tour
Live a day in the life of Serena & Blair with the Gossip Girl Sites Tour led by a guide on a luxury coach bus you'll get behind the scenes info and little known facts about the cast and crew as you visit the sites where the show is filmed.
A bus tour with several quick step-off points and some locations lasts about 3.5 hours, the Gossip Girls Sites Tour departs at 12 Noon on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
New York City TV & Movie Sites Tour
See locations that you've seen on both the big and small screens on the New York City TV & Movie Sites Tour. Led by local actors, this bus tour showcases 60+ locations from Will & Grace, Seinfeld, I Am Legend, Ugly Betty, Gossip Girl, Men in Black, The Devil Wears Prada and many more.
The NYC TV & Movie Sites Tour runs year-round departing daily at 11.00am from mid-town Manhattan.
Adult: $43, 5–11 Child: $24
Chelsea Night Club Tour
Champagne toast and appetizer at a lively lounge, two drinks and admission to one of the hottest clubs in New York included in price of Chelsea Night Club Tour.
Skip the lines like a true celebrity. Enjoy clubbing in Chelsea with time to meet others, get an introduction to the Chelsea night club district and let your hair down at the clubs. Must be 21 or older.
NYC Gospel Walking Tour
This subway and walking tour begins in lower Manhattan where you learn about the roots of African-American gospel culture and proceeds to Brooklyn Heights with its gorgeous brownstones, historic homes and churches.
In Brooklyn Heights you’ll visit the church that launched gospel music onto the world stage. The final stop is to hear some of the world’s best gospel at another church with an 8 time Grammy award winning chior.
Adult: $45, 5–11 Child: $45
Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour
On this walking tour you will see historic sites that tell the story of slavery and the Underground Railroad in New York City and travel back in time to the 17th century when the city was a Dutch colony named New Amsterdam.
As you trace the Underground Railroad with your guide, learn about its impact on freeing slaves in the 1800's with the help of key abolitionists. You’ll also discover how slavery played an important role in New York City’s early history and economy.
Adult: $35, 5–11 Child: $35
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