Tours in New York

Up to $41 Off Downtown Water and Bus Tours

Go New York Tours

Pier 36

$19 $14

See the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge from a boat; loop through downtown on a double decker bus

Up to 45% Off Scenic Adirondack Train Ride

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Saratoga Springs

$50 $29

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Train offers scenic views of the Hudson River and Adirondacks

Up to 51% Off Tastings from Vintage Bicycle Tours

Vintage Bicycle Tours

Vintage Bicycle Tours

$158 $78

Guides lead approximately five-hour, 12-mile tour through Long Island wine country, including stops at wineries for eight total tastings

Up to 47% Off New York Harbor Boat Ride

New York Water Taxi

South Street Seaport

$30 $16

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Yachts, water taxis, and speedboats tour around Lady Liberty and see the harbor’s inner workings

Manhattan By Sail – 31% Off Craft-Beer Cruise

Manhattan By Sail

Battery Park

$65 $45

Craft-beer experts from Urban Oyster lead tastings of local beers aboard a vintage sailing vessel

Manhattan By Sail – 31% Off Craft-Beer Cruise

Manhattan By Sail

Battery Park

$65 $45

Craft-beer experts from Urban Oyster lead tastings of local beers aboard a vintage sailing vessel

Up to 68% Off Cupcake Walking Tour of New York

Great New York Tours

Union Square

$50 $20

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Tours sample sweet treats at six different establishments, including Milk & Cookies, Magnolia Bakery, and Molly's Cupcakes

Unearth the Secrets of Gay History on a Tour of Central Park

Gay-Culture Tour in Central Park

Central Park

$25 $25

NYC expert David Cobb Craig leads you through Central Park, revealing famed & obscure sites that immortalize gay culture throughout history

Meet the Gangs and Mobs of Old NYC with a Cultural Historian

Manhattan Walking Tour

Petrosini Square

$28 $28

Robin London weaves riveting tales of south Manhattan's criminal past, with stops at Little Italy, Chinatown, and Five Points

Up to $49 Off NYC Three-Attraction Pass

CitySights NY

CitySights Booth @ Madame Tussauds

$92 $69

Passes for Madame Tussauds wax attraction, Empire State Building, and Midtown harbor cruise

34% Off Mid-Manhattan Walking Tour from Allen Batista Travel

Allen Batista Travel

Stone Creek Bar and Lounge

$90 $59

Guides teach groups about Manhattan landmarks, including the Empire State Building; afternoon jazz brunch or evening belly-dance show

44% Off Round-Trip Ferry to Sandy Hook Beach

Seastreak

Multiple Locations

$45 $25

A 40-minute ferry ride takes passengers to Sandy Hook Beach, where they can explore the scenic shoreline, woodlands, and fishing spots

44% Off Round-Trip Ferry to Sandy Hook Beach

Seastreak

Multiple Locations

$45 $25

A 40-minute ferry ride takes passengers to Sandy Hook Beach, where they can explore the scenic shoreline, woodlands, and fishing spots

Up to 51% Off a Whale- and Dolphin-Watching Cruise

American Princess Cruises

Queens, New York

$45 $25

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The American Princess sails from Riis Landing in Rockaway for tours of Atlantic waters where dolphins and whales roam

Up to 51% Off a Whale- and Dolphin-Watching Cruise

American Princess Cruises

Queens, New York

$45 $25

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The American Princess sails from Riis Landing in Rockaway for tours of Atlantic waters where dolphins and whales roam

Up to 51% Off City Island Tour

Big Apple Lansman Tours

Samuel Pell House

$40 $20

Explore the quaint village streets of City Island with stops at the City Island Nautical Museum, Lickity Split, and galleries

Up to 43% Off Wine-Tasting Bike Tour

Vermont Farm Tours

Champlain Islands

$70 $39.99

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Cyclists visit farms, art studios, food venues, and vineyards, on a leisurely self-guided 10- or 25-mile bike tour of the Champlain Islands

Up to 50% Off Electric-Bike Vineyard Tour

Treasure Cove Resort Marina

Riverhead

$199 $115

During a four-hour self-guided vineyard tour, customers explore the North Fork Wine Trail en route to vineyards aboard an electric bike

50% Off at Walking Tours Manhattan

Walking Tours Manhattan

New York

$124 $62

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Walk through three New York neighborhoods sampling pizza, Italian food, and Chinese food on the way

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CitySightseeing Cruises provides daily educational aquatic excursions on its double-decker ferries, familiarizing locals and visitors with New York's architectural icons. One-hour cruises around New York Harbor leave Monday though Friday at 10:10 a.m., 11:10 a.m., 12:10 p.m., 1:10 p.m., and 2:10 p.m.; Saturday at 10 a.m., 11:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m., 1:40 p.m., 2:40 p.m., and 3:40 p.m.; Sunday at 10 a.m., 11:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m., 1:40 p.m., 2:40 p.m. Tours circle famous landmarks such as Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and her underappreciated but equally important sister, the Statue of the Pursuit of Property. Commentary from National Park Service rangers, historians, and scientists sprinkle the tour with bits of knowledge on harbor ecology and its history of immigration and commerce, providing passengers with enough facts to fill awkward conversations with Alex Trebek.

234 W 42nd St
New York,
NY
US

Though Queens' myriad cemeteries earned it the nickname Borough of the Dead, that description could easily apply to the rest of New York City. And indeed it does on tours led by horror author Andrea Janes, who guides intrepid guests on mile-plus excursions through the city's haunted past. To set spines tingling, Andrea spins historically rich yarns of murderers, Satanists, and ghouls while wandering through Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery or past lower Manhattan's haunted taverns.

Tours exploring the dark side of New York's neighborhoods are just the beginning, though. "Perfect for those with a hankering for the horrendous," according to Time Out New York, Andrea's Edgar Allan Poe-themed Greenwich Village visits stop at places where the poet penned some of his timeless works. She also leads curious guests on crime and vice tours, which include a visit to Five Points and storied accounts of the19th century gangs of New York.

293 23rd St. Apt. 1
Brooklyn,
NY
US

NYC Gangster Tours walks crime-curious tour groups on expeditions to the stomping grounds of New York's most notorious gangsters, sharing stories of their illegal dealings and violent ends. Tours traverse the East Village, Little Italy, and Chinatown neighborhoods, stopping in at historic social clubs, cafés, and alleyways where deals and whackings took place. Along the way, groups learn the tales of infamous gangsters including Charlie “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky, and John "Teflon Don" Gotti, so named for his invention of the nonstick fedora.

1633 Broadway
New York,
NY
US

Foodlink, the regional food bank, provides food, nutrition, education and resources in Central and Western New York. As a member of Feeding America, Foodlink rescues and redistributes over 12 million pounds of food to 450 human service agencies.

280 North Union Street
Rochester,
NY
US

A city's identity encompasses many elements, from its history and architecture to its art and culture. With Graff Tours, groups peek into each of those realms through a single lens: graffiti. During tours, guides and graffiti experts lead groups through the streets of major cities, including the birthplace of graffiti, Philadelphia. They showcase various types of art along the way—classic graffiti, wheat paste, stencil art, yarn bombing, and more—while explaining the content and importance of each piece. Much like blaring an Alexander the Great speech on your car speakers, tours are a mix of old and new, simultaneously highlighting the history of graffiti and demonstrating where the art is headed today. In addition to its group treks, Graff Tours also offers self-guided maps designed for specific neighborhoods for DIY excursions.

1 Bleecker Street
New York,
NY
US

The licensed guides at Ghosts of New York usher guests on fun and spooky walking tours starring some of the city's most infamous sites. Explore the Big Apple's eerie side with Ghosts of the City, which seeks out the spirits of Walt Whitman, P.T. Barnum, and Joe Piscopo's career. Literary buffs will thrill to the pursuit of Edgar Allan Poe and fellow Greenwich Village specters Aaron Burr, Eleanor Roosevelt, and her pet dog Fala, said to be chasing its insubstantial tail to this day. Seekers of more modern frightening fare may opt for the Ghosts of the Upper West Side tour, which starts from the Ghostbusters building and moves on to highlight the haunts of Irving Berlin and John Lennon. Check out the calendar to plan your tour.

40 Lodge St.
Albany,
NY
US