Things to Do Must-See SoHo
Home to hotspot restaurants, jewel-box museums and some of NYC's best shopping, SoHo is an ideal destination for a day.
Shopping SoHo Shopping
More than just a haven of luxe apparel, SoHo appeals to the shopper in everyone with its array of indie boutiques, upscale retailers and specialty stores.
ToursPrivate Soho Chinatown Little Italy Tour
Come explore three unique neighborhoods with rich history and see some of the sites these places have to offer. Soho: Known for its architecture, art, and shopping. Chinatown: A bustling neighborhood with traditional cuisine and some of the best bargains in Manhattan. Little Italy: Famous for its food, festive atmosphere, and heritage. Who knows? You may find your new favorite neighborhood.
ToursNYC Neighborhoods Small-Group Tour
Embark on a small-group, 2-hour walking tour of three unique Manhattan neighborhoods: SoHo, Chinatown, and Little Italy. Get to know these distinct NYC communities, each with its own culture and history. Meander through upscale SoHo, hailed for its architecture, art, and high-end shopping; explore Chinatown, home to traditional foods and some of the city’s best bargains; and then spend time perusing Little Italy, famous for its cuisine, festive atmosphere, and European heritage.
ToursNYC Highlights Private Tour by Foot and Subway
Take this customized private tour of New York City and embark on a truly unique experience. Travel by foot and subway like a real New Yorker, with just you, your group and a private, knowledgeable guide. See New York’s top sightseeing attractions and neighborhoods, all with a licensed NYC tour guide who is passionate about our great city.
Shopping Crosby Street Shopping Guide
Here’s where to spend your ducats on Crosby Street in Lower Manhattan.
ToursSoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Walking Tour
Known today for popular restaurants, shops and tourism, the Manhattan neighborhoods of SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown boast some of New York City’s richest history. Take a 2-hour walking tour with an expert local guide to discover hidden gems, 19th-century architecture, historical churches, and several locations of the mob and gang violence that plagued these areas of Lower Manhattan for decades. Learn about the hardships that early immigrants faced and how the neighborhoods became what they are today.
ToursFull-Day NYC Small-Group Tour
ToursSoHo & NoLita Chic Boutiques Shopping Tour
Embrace the culture of New York City's downtown neighborhoods as your guide leads you on the ultimate shopping experience in New York’s chic and abundant Soho and Nolita neighborhoods. Shop the fashionable only-in-New York stores which make this city the world’s retail mecca. On your 2.5 hour shopping tour, you'll learn about fashion trends, get assistance with wardrobe tips and hear entertaining, fun facts. Personal maps and exclusive store discounts are icing on the cake.
Nightlife Where to Sing Karaoke in NYC
Show your vocal prowess with karaoke at bars, lounges and restaurants across all five boroughs in New York City.
In the Neighborhood
Arts & Culture
The Drawing Center
As the country’s only nonprofit arts organization devoted exclusively to drawing, The Drawing Center offers more than just a multi-floor gallery, where drawings by historical, well-known contemporary and emerging artists share wall space; the group also spearheads educational initiatives and maintains a vibrant program of film screenings, artist talks, participatory art events and more.
Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan/SoHo
This Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan/SoHo Is a contemporary hotel steps from SoHo, Greenwich Village and TriBeCa, and easily accessible from midtown attractions and the downtown Financial District.
Museums & Galleries
This hip, provocative contemporary art gallery is known for mounting crowd-pleasing shows by cutting-edge artists, like Ryan McGinley (whose 2010 photography exhibition was so popular, the gallery was closed by police for over-crowding), Cory Arcangel, Andreas Schulze, Banks Violette, Suzanne McClelland and more.
Museums & Galleries
101 Spring Street/Judd Foundation
Situated in the heart of SoHo's Cast-Iron Historic District, 101 Spring Street is the home and studio of American artist Donald Judd (1928–94), a lasting piece of the community of artists who transformed SoHo's industrial buildings into live-work studios in the 1960s and '70s.