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Madame Tussauds New York
While visiting the city that never sleeps, your trip to isn’t complete until you’ve experienced the world famous Madame Tussauds New York. More than 200 lifelike models of your favorite celebrities line up to provide you with the experience of a lifetime in the heart of Times Square.
Private Meatpacking District Chelsea Market and The Highline Walking Tour
Visit one of the most drastically changed areas in New York City today. From an industrial district that fed millions to the pinnacle of the New York art, leisure, foodie and fashion scene, visit one of the most fascinating ever changing historic areas of New York City.
Highlights of Central Park Walking Tour
Visit Central Park’s popular and hidden spots on this guided walking tour, giving you an in-depth experience of this celebrated New York City attraction. On your easy 2-hour stroll, learn about the park’s interesting history and design and stop at famous movie locations including the Wollman Rink, Boathouse Café, Central Park Mall and Bethesda Fountain.
This small-group tour is limited to 25 people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Statue of Liberty Express Cruise
Explore New York Harbor on a one-hour commentated cruise with fantastic views of the Statue of Liberty, Manhattan Skyline and Brooklyn Bridge. Now sailing on iconic Circle Line Sightseeing boats! Learn about New York's history while seeing the sights and getting an overview of this world-famous city. Just sit back and relax while taking in the beautiful scenery.
Brooklyn Street Art Walking Tour
Get to know Brooklyn’s famous street art scene on this 2-hour walking tour of the Bushwick neighborhood. With a guide, learn about the diversity of local street artists and how they treat anything with a surface as a canvas for art. See murals big and small as you hit the pavement for an interesting tour filled with imagination around every turn and lamp post.
Hudson River - Sightseeing Running Tour
Back in the 19th century, Manhattan’s western shoreline was congested with endless rows of piers for cargo ships, passenger ships, ferries and many other vessels crucial to trade and the economy. You could barely see the river and there was very little open space. As time went on other forms of transportation were favored which led to closure of the piers. Many were left abandon and in disrepair. Then in 1998 NYC approved ground breaking for a park. Most of the old piers were removed and replaced with new, landscaped piers which changed the shoreline into an oasis for a still very hectic city. In 2003 the first section of Hudson River Park was opened and now it stretches for 4.5 miles from Battery Park up to 59th Street. With a total of 550 acres, it is the second biggest park in Manhattan.
Ellis Island, Statue Liberty and Battery Park Walking Tour
Enjoy a day out in the city with this walking tour. After meeting up your guide at the meeting location at 8:45am, you will then take a 30 minute guided tour of Battery Park. Afterward, you will have guaranteed reserve access to the Statue of Liberty, reserve ferry line and Ellis Island. Along the way, you will also get to experience the beautiful Seaglass Carousel, Battery Cannon, Battery Oval, Coast Guard Memorial and Bosque Gardens and Fountain, Ellis Island Immigration Museum and more. This 3 hour tour will conclude back at the original departure point. Food and drinks are not included.
New York Holiday Lights and Movie Sites Tour
Capture the holiday spirit at festive locales and settings from your favorite flicks during a holiday lights and movie sites tour of New York City. On this guided driving tour, you’ll pass by iconic sites such as the holiday store displays of Macy’s and Fifth Avenue, stop for a photo in front of the towering Lincoln Center tree and relive your favorite cinematic scenes with on-screen clips as you pass by real film sites from iconic movies.
New York City Happy Hour Sail
Sail smoothly from the end of your week into the start of your weekend on board Manhattan's most elegant sailing ship. Enjoy happy hour on the sea with the New York City skyline as your background.
Hamilton Heights-West Harlem Walking Tour
From rural outpost to what is now one of northern Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods, Hamilton Heights is named after Alexander Hamilton, one of America's founding fathers. Explore this historic district which features lush, tree-lined streets, turn-of-the-century architecture, religious edifices, and historic sites.