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Phantom of the Opera On Broadway

Phantom of the Opera On Broadway - New York City, New York
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: New York City, New York

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$98.75

While you are in New York, don't miss your chance to see the longest-running Broadway show in history, Andrew Lloyd Webber's magical The Phantom of Opera. Enjoy seating in the prime Orchestra or Front Mezzanine section of New York's historic Majestic Theatre ... More info ›

While you are in New York, don't miss your chance to see the longest-running Broadway show in history, Andrew Lloyd Webber's magical The Phantom of Opera. Enjoy seating in the prime Orchestra or Front Mezzanine section of New York's historic Majestic Theatre. The top tickets typically sell out weeks in advance, so book now to guarantee your seat at one of the world's most famous musical theater performances!

Based on the classic novel by Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it. He falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents, employing all of the devious methods at his command.

The longest-running show currently playing on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera became the longest-running show in Broadway history on January 6, 2006 when it played its 7,486th performance, surpassing previous record-run of Cats. It has been dazzling audiences since its debut on Broadway in 1988 where it swept the Tonys winning awards for Best Musical, Best Director, Leading Actor in Musical, Featured Actress in a Musical and more. It is a Broadway institution not to be missed.

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New York Pub Crawl

New York Pub Crawl - New York City, New York
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: New York City, New York

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$75.00

Find out why New York is known as the city that never sleeps on a classic New York pub crawl! Choose from three exciting itineraries centered on New York’s liveliest neighborhoods and visit some of the city’s most famous bars and pubs.

Escape the tourist trail and visit the night-time venues frequented by locals and New York celebrities past and present ... More info ›

Find out why New York is known as the city that never sleeps on a classic New York pub crawl! Choose from three exciting itineraries centered on New York’s liveliest neighborhoods and visit some of the city’s most famous bars and pubs.

Escape the tourist trail and visit the night-time venues frequented by locals and New York celebrities past and present. Make new friends over a beer or two as you crawl between dive bars, historic saloons and ale houses on a choice of three entertaining and sociable evening tours of New York City!

West Village Pub Crawl
This tour will take you through Greenwich Village, the district renown for being the bohemian capital of New York City. Your guide will take you to New York’s classic dive bars that have left their mark on folk-rock history. This pub tour will set you right in the heart of where rock legends such as Bruce Springsteen, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan started their careers. For a step back into rock history, you'll visit Bleecker Street and the music venue Café Wha?

Hell’s Kitchen Pub Crawl
Join this tour and enter New York City’s former underworld where gangsters ruled the streets and police feared to tread. You’ll start your evening drinks at a Hell’s Kitchen bar where famous playwrights mixed with gangsters and police. After a couple of drinks, you’ll head into the heart of Hell’s Kitchen for more drinks at the old Westies Gang headquarters. You'll end the night at a quintessential Hell’s Kitchen bar where the booths are held together with duct tape, the beer is cheap and plentiful, and the bar tenders serve free hot dogs with their Hell’s Kitchen attitude.

East Village Pub Crawl
This pub tour will take you on a journey back in time through New York City’s drinking history. The tour begins at an enduring location that has been featured in countless movies, television commercials and music videos. After an introduction to the neighborhood's artistic and music prominence, your guide will escort you to one of New York’s most famous ‘speakeasy’ venues, a favorite spot for John F. Kennedy. For a memorable end to the night, your guide will take you to the bar Abraham Lincoln visited after his famous Cooper Union address.

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New York City Guided Sightseeing Tour by Double Decker Bus

New York City Guided Sightseeing Tour by Double Decker Bus - New York City, New York
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Duration: 6 or 8 hours
Location: New York City, New York

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$89.00

Choose from two exciting itineraries over 6 or 8 hours and enjoy a comprehensive small-group guided sightseeing tour of New York City by double decker bus! On both itineraries, you'll experience the sights and sounds of Lower Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan and Upper Manhattan, from Battery Park to Harlem, passing such famous sites as Times Square, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Madison Square Garden and Greenwich. Explore Wall Street, the South Street Seaport, One World Trade Center and more by foot, and enjoy a New York Harbor cruise for amazing views of the Statue Liberty ... More info ›

Choose from two exciting itineraries over 6 or 8 hours and enjoy a comprehensive small-group guided sightseeing tour of New York City by double decker bus! On both itineraries, you'll experience the sights and sounds of Lower Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan and Upper Manhattan, from Battery Park to Harlem, passing such famous sites as Times Square, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Madison Square Garden and Greenwich. Explore Wall Street, the South Street Seaport, One World Trade Center and more by foot, and enjoy a New York Harbor cruise for amazing views of the Statue Liberty. Upgrade to the full-day, 8-hour tour and receive all this plus admission to the observation deck atop Rockefeller Center, where you’ll get incredible panoramic views of the city below. The choice is yours!

See the Itinerary section for full details about the New York City sightseeing tour options: the 6-hour tour with guided walking stops and a 1-hour harbor cruise and the 8-hour tour with admission to Top of the Rock. As you traverse Manhattan by double decker bus, admire views of iconic attractions like Times Square and Central Park. You'll hear stories and information about the sights from your guide.

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Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip from New York

Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip from New York - New York City, New York
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Duration: 13 hours
Location: New York City, New York

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$84.50

Explore the countryside outside New York on a day trip to Philadelphia and Lancaster County, home of the Amish people. You'll drive through the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, tour Philadelphia and its famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, and take an ride in an authentic Amish buggy.

Departing New York City, you'll drive through New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia ... More info ›

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Explore the countryside outside New York on a day trip to Philadelphia and Lancaster County, home of the Amish people. You'll drive through the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, tour Philadelphia and its famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, and take an ride in an authentic Amish buggy.

Departing New York City, you'll drive through New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. It's the second largest city on the East Coast, and only 100 miles (160 kilometers) from New York City.

Upon arrival in Philadelphia, you will embark on a panoramic tour that includes Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Elsert Alley (the oldest inhabited street in America) and more. Arriving in the historic heart of Philadelphia, you'll visit the famous Liberty Bell and Constitution Square and Hall, symbols of freedom in America.

Departing Philadelphia you will see the famous "Rocky Steps" before continuing to Lancaster County. After a break for lunch at the Amish marketplace (lunch not included), you'll have an authentic Amish buggy ride through Amish farm country. During the ride you'll learn how the Amish live without modern technology - no electricity, running water, telephone service or appliances.

In the late afternoon your tour heads east for an evening arrival in New York.

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Harlem Sunday Morning Gospel Tour

Harlem Sunday Morning Gospel Tour - New York, New York
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: New York, New York

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$65.00

Spend Sunday morning in Harlem, the ethnically diverse borough of New York. You'll join a local church congregation and experience the soul-stirring power of gospel music on this special visit to one of New York City's most vital neighborhoods.

Learn about Harlem from its origins as a rural Dutch community to its transformation into a summer retreat for New York's most prominent families ... More info ›

Spend Sunday morning in Harlem, the ethnically diverse borough of New York. You'll join a local church congregation and experience the soul-stirring power of gospel music on this special visit to one of New York City's most vital neighborhoods.

Learn about Harlem from its origins as a rural Dutch community to its transformation into a summer retreat for New York's most prominent families. Journey into the past and see the African-American Mecca for writers and artists at the turn of the century. Hear about Harlem's troubled past during the 1960's and 1970's and view its present day community beam with pride as it revels in Harlem's renaissance.

See famous NYC sights and landmarks such as Columbia University, City College, Morningside Heights, the Morris Jumel Mansion, Sylvan Terrace, Strivers Row, the Cotton Club, the Apollo Theater, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Sugar Hill, Duke Ellington's apartment, the famous 125th street and many more. End your tour of Harlem by joining a local congregation* for the Sunday worship mass service and experience the soul-stirring power of gospel music with a live gospel choir!

If you are not available on Sunday, come and join us on our Harlem Gospel tour on Wednesday!

*For many years we have developed relations with churches in Harlem and followed their congregations and gospel choirs. For this reason, church stops may now take place in the north of Harlem or in the Bronx. This will in no case affect the content or the schedule of the tour.

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9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Optional 9/11 Museum Upgrade

9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Optional 9/11 Museum Upgrade - New York City, New York
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Duration: 1.5 hours for the tour; allow 2-4 hours for the 9/11 Museum if option is selected
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$35.00

Gain a deeper understanding of the events surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the acts of heroism that rallied a nation on this 1.5 hour walking tour of Ground Zero. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events shares firsthand stories as you explore the site of the former World Trade Center and the National 9/11 Memorial, where you can pay tribute to the lives lost ... More info ›

Gain a deeper understanding of the events surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the acts of heroism that rallied a nation on this 1.5 hour walking tour of Ground Zero. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events shares firsthand stories as you explore the site of the former World Trade Center and the National 9/11 Memorial, where you can pay tribute to the lives lost. Choose to upgrade and add on a ticket to the 9/11 Museum to see artifacts associated with that fateful day.

Meet your guide outside of St. Paul’s Chapel. Please note: You will not meet at the 9/11 Memorial or 9/11 Museum.

You'll visit St. Paul Chapel, New York City's oldest standing church. During the tragic days following the event, it served as a shelter for rescue workers to sleep and eat. The church experienced its own miracle on 9/11 when a fallen tree protected the building from the debris of the attacks. Take note of the iron fence on Broadway, which was plastered with missing posters of relatives.

Then, follow your guide to the 9/11 Memorial, where you’ll gain an understanding of the horrific events of 9/11. As you explore the site where the World Trade Center once stood, you’ll be captivated by real firsthand stories of 9/11 from your guide, who has a personal connection with that fateful day in New York City.

The 9/11 Memorial was built to honor the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. The names of every victim of the attack are inscribed in panels alongside twin reflecting pools, spanning nearly an acre with the largest man-made waterfalls in North America. You'll have until 6pm to explore the memorial on your own.

9/11 Museum Upgrade:
You can also upgrade to gain admission to the 9/11 Museum. Your guide will give a brief overview of what you can expect inside the museum, which opened in May 2014. The 9/11 Museum’s 110,000 square feet (10,219 square meters) of exhibition space is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center site. The stories of the 1993 and 2001 bombings of the World Trade Center, and the people affected by the events, are told through multimedia displays, archives, narratives, and a collection of authentic artifacts. The monumental artifacts in the museum present the intimate stories of loss, compassion, reckoning, and recovery that are central to telling the story of the attacks and the aftermath.

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