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Private New York City Night Tour with Driver-Guide

Private New York City Night Tour with Driver-Guide  - New York City, New York
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: New York City, New York

From USD
$299.00

Enjoy a private New York night tour, seeing and photographing beautifully lit sights around the city and taking in one of the world's most famous skyline from across the rivers in Brooklyn and New Jersey. This is a 3-hour tour and transportation is provided in a 2015 Toyota Sienna mini-van with the capacity to accommodate up to 6 guests ... More info ›

Enjoy a private New York night tour, seeing and photographing beautifully lit sights around the city and taking in one of the world's most famous skyline from across the rivers in Brooklyn and New Jersey. This is a 3-hour tour and transportation is provided in a 2015 Toyota Sienna mini-van with the capacity to accommodate up to 6 guests. This is fantastic and memorable way to spend an evening in New York! 

At nightfall or later if you prefer, you will be met for your 3-hour tour at the Manhattan location of your choice. Take a drive in your private vehicle to Hamilton Park in Weehawkin, New Jersey, high up on the cliffs overlooking the Hudson River. There, you will enjoy what is considered to be the best night view of the New York City skyline.

From Weehawkin, travel along the Hudson River for various river-level views and photos of the city. Through the Holland tunnel, across lower-Manhattan and over the Brooklyn Bridge, you will visit DUMBO, Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Brooklyn Promenade for stunning river-level and high ground views and photos of the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges, as well as the city skyline from the southeast. More iconic New York sights can be seen from here than any other location in the city.


Then cross the Manhattan bridge for magnificent views of both uptown and downtown. On the way back uptown, you will have the opportunity for close up views & photos of such New York icons at night as the Empire State Building, Washington Square Arch and more.

At the end of the tour, you will be dropped at the Manhattan location of your choice.

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Private Tour of the Financial District and 9/11 Memorial

Private Tour of the Financial District and 9/11 Memorial - New York, New York
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: New York, New York

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$210.00

Take a walking tour of lower Manhattan, the Financial District, Battery Park, the National 9/11 Memorial and other famous NYC sites.

Your private tour of NYC starts at Battery Park with beautiful views of The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island as well as many historic memorials. Tour the Canyon of Heroes where NYC throws ticker tape parades, and take pictures at the ever popular Charging Bull ... More info ›

Take a walking tour of lower Manhattan, the Financial District, Battery Park, the National 9/11 Memorial and other famous NYC sites.

Your private tour of NYC starts at Battery Park with beautiful views of The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island as well as many historic memorials. Tour the Canyon of Heroes where NYC throws ticker tape parades, and take pictures at the ever popular Charging Bull. You'll tour Trinity Church - where Hamilton and other famous Americans are buried - Wall Street, the NYSE and Federal Hall, where Washington was inaugurated.

At the National 9/11 Memorial your tour guide will give you a history of the World Trade Center, the events of 9/11 and explain The Memorial design. They will share poignant 9/11 stories of two heroes and take you to their spots on the wall.

Your tour will include, but not be limited to the following:

  • Battery Park
  • Spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island and New York Harbor
  • East Coast Memorial
  • Castle Clinton
  • Merchant Marine Memorial
  • The Sphere
  • City Pier A

Lower Broadway
  • Alexander Hamilton Custom House
  • The Charging Bull
  • Steamship Alley
  • The Canyon of Heroes

The Financial District
- Fraunces Tavern
- The New York Stock Exchange
- Federal Hall
- 1920 Wall Street Bombing Site
- Trinity Church

The National 9/11 Memorial
  • Zuccotti Park
  • "10 House"
  • FDNY Memorial
  • 9/11 Memorial
  • Freedom Tower

Your tour includes the services of a devoted private tour guide who not only loves NYC but loves sharing this great city's treasures with visitors. None of the marvelous and awe-inspiring sites you'll see on this tour charge admission. For your convenience, your guide also has a hotspot installed on their mobile device so your tour comes with free Wi-Fi too!

This is a walking tour conducted all outdoors. Tour will occur tour rain or shine. If transit is needed we take the NYC Subway system. Public transportation and any items or purchases of a personal nature are your responsibility. Please note we will visit the 9/11 Memorial, which is free and open to the public. This tour does not include the 9/11 Museum, which is private and requires separate admission.

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Revolutionary War Era Walking Tour

Revolutionary War Era Walking Tour - New York, New York
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: New York, New York

From USD
$40.00

Experience the most magnificent town in North America. Your guide will weave a vivid and compelling tale of NYC life in the 1770's ... More info ›

Experience the most magnificent town in North America. Your guide will weave a vivid and compelling tale of NYC life in the 1770's. Filled with people from different places, speaking different languages and practicing different religions, NYC was the blueprint for the nation’s future.

You will feel like an observer to the events as they happened. Your guide will use a storytelling format from start to finish. Hear about the feuding families and political intrigues that pit neighbor against neighbor, patriot against loyalist. Visit some of the oldest remaining historic sites in New York City like St. Paul’s Chapel, Trinity Church Graveyard and Fraunces Tavern. Walk in the footsteps of historic figures you know (Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, John Jay) as well as those you’ll come to know (Philip and William Livingston, John Holt, Alexander McDougall). See actual documents from the time period. Hear the story of the conflict in the words of the people who lived through it.

    Complete your Hamilton experience with a walk through the city he loved. Learn more about the people and events that shaped his beliefs. We'll visit the sites that were a part of his everyday life like King's College, Wall Street, the Merchant's Coffee House and Trinity Church. You'll hear your favorite Hamilton stories while standing right where they happened. A great accompaniment to the musical.

    Tour Highlights
    • The Liberty Pole on the Commons - Why did a pole stuck in the ground become a source of growing discord between the colonists and the British and ultimately cause four violent riots to occur?
    • St. Paul's Chapel - Built in 1766, it has survived wars, floods and 9/11. The site of our nation’s first Presidential inaugural service. Hear about the “Liberty Printer” buried in the graveyard and what he did to earn a place in history.
    • Trinity Church - Visit the graves of Founding Fathers, Sons of Liberty, Military Commanders, and two Treasury Secretaries.
    • Brooklyn Heights - Stand at the colonial shoreline of the East River and envision the approaching British Fleet, with so many ships that their masts were thick as a forest. Would General Washington’s small army be defeated in 1776?
    • The Bowling Green - After hearing the Declaration of Independence an unruly crowd tore down the statue of King George III, knocked all of the crown ornaments off of the surrounding fence and had them melted for musket balls. The fence still stands today as it was left that night.
    • Fraunces Tavern - Built in 1719 as a private home and selected by Gen. Washington as the place to give his farewell address at the end of the war.

    Have a great time while you learning about New York City’s extraordinary history. Your guide is a native New Yorker and historian with more than a decade of in-depth research into the time period. All of the stories you’ll hear are based on original documents that you will see on the tour. Without political bias, you guide is focused on bringing you the best historical experience possible.


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    NYC Speakeasy Dumplings and Donut Tour

    NYC Speakeasy Dumplings and Donut Tour - New York, New York
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    Duration: 3 hours
    Location: New York, New York

    From USD
    $35.00

    Dumplings and donuts and drinks - oh my! You'll eat, drink and shop your way into an illuminating, if somewhat tipsy, vision of NYC history. We'll guide you past the mysteries of the Orient and on to the rough-and-tumble ways of the once formidable Gangs of New York that's right, Scorcese's very same! Led by one of the city's most monstrously entertaining tour guides, you'll lounge in secreted speakeasy hideaways and munch on complimentary gourmet goodies as your guide tells the tale of the fascinating, if often ignored, history of Chinese immigration to NYC.

    This tour focuses on alcohol and all of it's surrounding history ... More info ›

    Dumplings and donuts and drinks - oh my! You'll eat, drink and shop your way into an illuminating, if somewhat tipsy, vision of NYC history. We'll guide you past the mysteries of the Orient and on to the rough-and-tumble ways of the once formidable Gangs of New York that's right, Scorcese's very same! Led by one of the city's most monstrously entertaining tour guides, you'll lounge in secreted speakeasy hideaways and munch on complimentary gourmet goodies as your guide tells the tale of the fascinating, if often ignored, history of Chinese immigration to NYC.

    This tour focuses on alcohol and all of it's surrounding history. You are sure to be full with entertainment, food, drinks and history!

    This tour includes tastings of dumplings and a full gourmet doughnut or Malaysian Sweet Toast (and sometimes both!).

    You'll have access to a high-end speakeasy and learn about the rich history of the Lower East Side (LES) in regards to prohibition with a focus on Little Italy, Chinatown and Five points neighborhoods.

    *Drinks are NOT included and fur/faux fur is not allowed in many if the establishments we will be entering. Please dress to impress (e.g. no sneakers, flip-flops or tanks) while being mindful that we will be walking quite a bit.

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    Hamilton and Burr Walking Tour

    Hamilton and Burr Walking Tour - New York, New York
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    Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
    Location: New York, New York

    From USD
    $40.00

    Discover the life of Alexander Hamilton on this guided, 2.5-hour, small-group walking tour in New York City. See landmark locations and historical points of interest that show the impact Hamilton had on US history and New York City culture ... More info ›

    Discover the life of Alexander Hamilton on this guided, 2.5-hour, small-group walking tour in New York City. See landmark locations and historical points of interest that show the impact Hamilton had on US history and New York City culture. Visit place like the Commons Chelsea, the Kings College, St. Paul's Chapel, Wall Street, Fraunces Tavern, Trinity Church, and more while listening to the storytelling guide along the way.

    This historical tour begins at the City Hall Park entrance at Broadway and Park Place. Meet and greet the guide and the rest of the small group, then get ready to explore the city in search of one of America's founding fathers — Alexander Hamilton.

    Actually, this is a journey through the lives of two men: Hamilton and Aaron Burr, the third vice president of the United States. Get to know them through their own words, the views of the people around them, and the events of the times.

    On this 2.5-hour walking tour, experience New York City before, during, and after the American Revolution. A city torn apart, burned, rebuilt, and on its way to becoming the greatest financial center in the world. But getting there would take it through some of the nastiest political debate the state and nation had ever known.

    Visit some of the oldest remaining historic sites in New York City, like St. Paul’s Chapel, the oldest-surviving church building in Manhattan; Federal Hall, the first capitol building of the United States; and the graveyard at Trinity Church. Step into the world of Hamilton and Burr, visit the sites that were part of their daily lives, and get to know the people around them. Follow their paths as they lead to that fateful day in 1804 at Weehawken, New Jersey — when Burr fatally shoots Hamilton, his long-time political antagonist.

    See original, uncensored documents from the time period including excerpts from the letters between Hamilton and Burr. Get to know these two extraordinary men as they really were — the truth is considerably more fascinating than the stories most people have grown up believing.

    The tour ends at Trinity Church, located at Broadway and Wall Street.

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    NYC Walking Tour: Broadway History and Culture

    NYC Walking Tour: Broadway History and Culture - New York City, New York
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    Duration: 2 hours
    Location: New York City, New York

    From USD
    $35.00

    Learn about Broadway before you see a show with this behind-the-scenes look at New York City’s famous theater district. On this two-hour guided walking tour, your expert guide (a real Broadway performer) will illustrate how a district known for trading horses in the late 18th century became a global center for world-class entertainment ... More info ›

    Learn about Broadway before you see a show with this behind-the-scenes look at New York City’s famous theater district. On this two-hour guided walking tour, your expert guide (a real Broadway performer) will illustrate how a district known for trading horses in the late 18th century became a global center for world-class entertainment. Listen as your guide colors Broadway’s history with fascinating backstage stories about some of the most famous performances and Broadway stars!

    Whether you’re an avid theater-goer or you’re new to Broadway, get an authentic Broadway experience on this two-hour guided walking tour of New York City’s famous theater district. Discover the history of Broadway from a thespian’s perspective – your expert and enthusiastic guide, a real Broadway performer!

    Meet your guide at Duffy Square and take off on a behind-the-scenes look at Broadway, home to the billion-dollar theater industry. Learn why theaters flourished in the Great Depression, walk the edge of Hell’s Kitchen (where the real West Side Story took place) and learn what it takes to ‘make it’ on the big stage.

    You also make stops at:

    • Shubert Alley - the geographical center of the Broadway district
    • Sardi's - known for hundreds of show-business caricatures on the walls
    • 42nd Street - home to many Broadway theaters
    • The Edison Hotel - former location of the Edison Theatre
    • "Smokey Mary's" church - known for use of incense
    • George M Cohan statue - statue memorializing major American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer, and producer

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