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Harlem Renaissance Multimedia Walking Tour
Visit sights in Harlem pertaining to the culturally explosive days of 1920's Harlem, when art and culture was used as a tool for African-Americans and Blacks to define ones own self image, therefore redefining how the world viewed people of color in America. Walk in the footsteps of legendary figures such Marcus Garvey, Langston Hughs, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Harry Wills, Eubie Blake and many more.
NYC Statue of Liberty Cruise
Liberty Cruise is the best way to see the Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island, South Street Seaport, Battery Park, Wall Street, Manhattan Bridge, the Brooklyn Bridge, Governor’s Island, Ellis Island, the historical Immigration Center, the World Trade Center, World Financial Center and many more. Liberty Cruise passes by all of the sites two times which doubles the opportunity to observe them and take pictures of New York Harbor’s priceless views. It departs from World Financial Center Terminal (Battery Park City on Vessey Street). This is a great opportunity to learn many historical and interesting facts about New York harbor. Liberty Cruises are narrated by live and licensed tour guides.
Williamsburg District in Brooklyn Private 2-Hour Walking Tour
Experience the trend-setting epicenter of youth activity and counterculture. Williamsburg is the 'hipster' district known for dining, nightlife, indie music and ‘thrifting’ (vintage and secondhand shopping). See what the buzz is all about and take in the sought-after shopping, flea markets and foodie culture. Also enjoy breathtaking views of the city skyline. Led by an enthusiastic local expert who will show the best of the neighborhood. Possible inclusions: East River State Park, Mast Brothers chocolate factory, Bedford Avenue shopping district, Heatonist hot sauce shop, Smorgasburg food flea market (Saturdays only), Artists & Fleas market (Saturdays and Sundays only).
Museum of Chinese in America Admission with Optional Chinatown Walking Tour
The Museum of Chinese in America is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of people of Chinese descent in the United States. Through its thought-provoking work, the Museum not only encourages the understanding and appreciation of Chinese American arts, culture and history, but also informs, educates and engages visitors about Chinese American history that is in the making.
Manhattan Evening Jazz Cruise
Relax and unwind on this 2-hour evening Jazz cruise on a 1920s style yacht. A live Jazz Trio performs sets throughout the cruise (usually features a lead sax, keyboard and drums). You'll experience many major lower Manhattan sites including the Financial District, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The Museum of Modern Art Admission with Skip-the-Line Access
Your skip-the-line ticket to The Museum of Modern Art includes a free audio guide, special exhibitions, films, and gallery talks. The MOMA's renowned collection of modern and contemporary art includes Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night and Andy Warhol’s Gold Marilyn Monroe, along with works by Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Murray, and many other great artists of our time. Bonus: Admission to MoMA PS1, the contemporary art center in Long Island City, is also included for up to 14 days after your visit to MoMA.
One World Observatory, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island Tour
Guarantee your visit to the One World Observatory with a pre-reserved ticket, and spend the day on a guided tour of Lower Manhattan sights. This full-day excursion begins with a ferry ride to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and includes access to the pedestal of Lady Liberty for panoramic views of New York City. Then visit 9/11-related sites like St Paul’s Chapel, the Fireman’s Memorial and the reflecting pools of the National September 11 Memorial. End your tour at the One World Observatory on the 100th to 102nd floors of One World Trade Center.
Brewery and Beer-Tasting Tour in Brooklyn
Learn about Brooklyn’s beer-brewing past and present on a guided walking tour of a local brewery and the history-rich neighborhood in which it’s located. Brooklyn was a beer-brewing capital for much of the 1900s, but all of the 40+ breweries that existed in the borough pre-1970 have disappeared. Find out why, and what is causing them to return, as your local guide leads you on a brewery tour and a walk through the neighborhood of Williamsburg.
Full-Day NYC Small-Group Tour
Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind big apple experience. On this full day guided tour, enjoy an authentic New York experience. With a small group (less than 15 people) you will be able to move fast and see more. Walk, subway and ferry to see New York’s “Must See” attractions in one action-filled day.
New York City American Museum of Natural History Admission
Awe and marvel at one of is one of the largest and most renowned museums in the world, The American Museum of Natural History. Both educational and entertaining, this celebrated New York institution is perfect for adults and children alike. From dinosaur bones to far-off galaxies, spend a day and explore the world, past and present. Add this popular Manhattan attraction to your New York itinerary for a day of wonderment you won't soon forget.
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Brooklyn Street Art Graffiti Private Tour by Foot and Subway
A 3-hour adventure through Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods learning about Graffiti and street art.