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New York City Cultural Walking Tours
Alfred Pommer offers over 30 tours from which to choose and accomodates various group sizes. Tours centered around New York landmarks and their historical importance.
New York Dynamic
Historian, teacher and licensed tour guide Peter Laskowich offers walking tours about the history and culture of New York City and its role in baseball's history.
New York Like A Native
Norman Oder leads walking tours of Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods, which leave regularly on Saturdays and sometimes on other days. Tours of Williamsburg, Brooklyn's most diverse neighborhood, are given on some Sundays. Also on Sundays: tours of Coney Island, including a visit to the Coney Island Museum. The tours discuss the architecture, history, and landscape of Brooklyn, at a healthy fast past. Be prepared to walk!
New York On Foot
The Lower Broadway Walking Tour is a historical/architectural guided walking tour from Bowling Green to City Hall (the same route as the Ticker Tape Parade!!). I discuss the history of Manhatten from its colonial trading post days (17th Century) to the mid-20th century by reference to the growth and development of lower Broadway. I also provide a visual aid packet full of old pictures, maps, and lithographs to give you a visual sense of what I'm referring to.
New York Songlines
Virtual Walking Tours of Manhattan Streets
New York Tour with a Personal Photographer
Enjoy a private tour of New York City with a native tour guide and professional photographer. Our personalized tours limit the group size exclusively to your party, so you can explore the sights at your own pace, in your own way. Visit New Yorkâ€™s most beloved and scenic attractions including Central Park, Time Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, Soho and Chinatown while your experience is captured in pictures. 2 or 4 hour tours are available.
NewYorkCity-Tours.com: Tours and Shopping
Whether it is your first trip to New York or one of many, www.newyorkcity-tours.com offers you tailor-made tours, giving you insights into New York and its cultures. Each area, each neighborhood, is different and yet ties into the rest of the city. If your interests are in the arts, politics, finance, business, nature (yes,nature), real estate, shopping, especially the new, unsung designers, etc., www.newyorkcity-tours.com can fulfill and enhance your interests. Give yourself a deeper understand...
NoshWalks are two-hour walking tours, held weekends, that focus on the food and cultural history of ethnic neighborhoods in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and, to a lesser extent, the Bronx. Tours to date have covered Sunnyside (Queens), Sunset Park (Brooklyn), Astoria (Queens), Central Harlem and East Harlem (two separate tours), Belmont (Bronx), Borough Park (Brooklyn) and Jackson Heights (Queens). Leader Myra Alperson also publishes a quarterly newsletter, NoshNews, which chronicles the best eat...
On Location Tours
Immerse yourself in New York City film history as you tour the sites from over 100 movies and television shows. We'll take you to locations from cinematic history, including Breakfast at Tiffany's, Kramer vs. Kramer, Taxi Driver, An Affair to Remember and many more.
Opening the Way: A Women's History Walk
Opening the Way is a walking tour celebrating women's history in downtown Manhattan. It is a multifaceted new project developed by the award-winning nonprofit organization Women's eNews. The walk honors the achievements of women such as Margaret Sanger, who was indicted for providing information on birth control; Ida B. Wells, who came to New York after fighting for the right to report on lynching in Memphis; and Elizabeth Jennings, who brought a successful race discrimination lawsuit against NY...