Tours Slice of Brooklyn Chocolate Tour
Here’s a guide to the tasty, informative journey.
Tours Take a Tour: Hush Hip Hop Tours
Obsessed fans and new recruits will love this whirlwind tour through the genre's NYC roots.
Tours Brewery and Distillery Tours
Take a tour of these NYC drink factories, and raise a glass to locally made libations.
Things to Do Kramer Keeps It Real
Seinfeld inspiration’s tour is really, really real.
Tours Secrets of Disney on Broadway
Surprising tricks of historical restoration, lavish costumes and even ghosts await at Broadway's oldest theater.
Itineraries New York City in One Day
See the essential sights of NYC in one day.
Tours Behind the Scenes at Radio City
There's much you might not know about the famed performance space—like these fun facts.
ToursTour of the Secrets of Grand Central Terminal
Did you know there is a hidden tennis court inside Grand Central? Or that the ceiling is backwards? Discover many more secrets on this tour! This popular tour is led by an experienced guide from the New York City Department of City Planning and also is an author of a popular series on the secrets of Grand Central. Bonus: the tour ends at the Campbell Apartments, the Gilded Age office and salon of tycoon John W. Campbell, now converted into a soaring hidden bar where you can stop in for a cocktail.
ToursTour of the Remnants of Penn Station
See and touch over a dozen remaining structural pieces from old Penn Station on this guided, 90-minute tour in New York City. This special tour of the Remnants of Penn Station is developed by Justin Rivers, author and playwright of 'The Eternal Space,' a play about the demolition of Penn Station. Combining never-before-published photographs, the tour also looks at the past, present, and future plans for the transportation hub.
ToursTour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in NYC
Explore what is left of Dutch New Amsterdam in today's New York City! In this small group walking tour, you'll hear about New York’s founding myths and facts while standing in the very spots where they all happened. With a complete with Manhattan’s first map in hand and your experienced guide who is also an author and playwright, you will trace the streets of Manhattan in 1667. Physically touch history as you spend time finding out why Bowling Green has its name and why it’s been so important in our city’s history.
ToursGulliver's Gate Times Square
Leave the Land of Large and experience an interactive world of miniatures from around the globe. Permanently housed in a space of almost 50,000 square feet, Gulliver's Gate is a unique and playful interpretation of the real world in miniature, inspired by the places we live, work, play, and dream about.
Both familiar and unexpected, the past, present and future combine in unexpected ways to reveal commonalities and connections across time and cultures.
Gulliver's welcomes people everywhere to experience this world for themselves, and even become Model Citizens, permanent miniature residents. You belong in this world.
ToursNYC Private Helicopter Sightseeing Experience with Champagne Toast
There is no other place in the world like New York City! Take in stunning aerial views of world-famous landmarks while riding in style and comfort. All tours are personally narrated by friendly and experienced pilots.
ToursNYC Aerial Photography Workshop in Open Door Helicopter
A once-in-a-lifetime learning experience for all those interested in aerial photography. Soar above New York City's iconic landmarks in an open-door helicopter!
ToursPrivate Downtown All Access One World Observatory 9/11 Memorial Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Explore more than 400 years of New York City history in just five hours on this private walking tour. Follow in the footsteps of Manhattan’s most famous residents and learn how the Big Apple has changed over the centuries. Visit the 9/11 Memorial, ascend to the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center, then visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, where 12 million immigrants arrived in America. All entry fees and a round-trip ferry ticket are included.
ToursCentral Park Walking Tour
Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States and one of NYC's most popular tourist attractions. What better way to enjoy this unique city oasis than by taking a fully guided walking tour? Created in 1857 by famed architects Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux, Central Park is home to some of New York's most beautiful landmarks. Enjoy an informative small group tour that will help you navigate this 843 acre wonderland in the middle of the city.
ToursPrivate NYC Highlights by Chauffeured Escalade
Tour around NYC's energetic center on this comprehensive Manhattan highlights tour focusing on neighborhoods in detail based on cultural, historic or culinary themes. Choose from a 4-, 5- or 6-hour tour. With a separate driver and private guide, not only will you have the luxury to see the New York City sights by private vehicle; you will also have the opportunity to hop out and explore NYC on foot with your professional and enthusiastic tour guide.
ToursNew York Food On Foot Tours
Chew your way through New York on this unique subway and walking eating experience that is different from standard food tours. Tours include 4-8 stops in some of the greatest eating neighborhoods in New York. Venture away from the tourist areas with multiple cuisine stops including at least one sweet stop where you meet and mingle with others from around the world.
Tours1 Hour New York City Jet Ski Rental
Rent your own Jet Ski for a fun, unique way to admire New York City's scenery. Cruise around Jamaica Bay off the coast of Queens, and feel the wind in your hair in the warm summer rays of Rockaway Beach. This is a 1-hour rental, and you can choose a single or tandem Jet Ski experience.