In its earliest days, the South Street Seaport was home to wealthy, city-building families like the Schermerhorns; since then, it has been an entertainment center for sailors (peddling everything from prostitutes to rat fights!); a forgotten, neglected part of the City; and, finally, the center of commerce that we know today. Examine every era of the life (and rebirth) of a busy international port on this guided historical walking tour. For more information, visit unclesamsnewyork.com.
Apr 24 — ongoing