Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a New York walking tour for two people ($90 value)
- $95 for a New York walking tour for four people ($180 value)
Choose from the following tours:
Financial District (90 mins.): Walk up Wall Street and see landmarks such as the New York Stock Exchange and Trinity Church, then continue to the 9/11 Memorial. Tours begin in front of 42 Broadway by the Charging Bull statue every day at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Greenwich Village (90 mins.): Along with exploring landmarks like the NYU campus and Washington Square Park, get the scoop on easier to miss sights such as the oldest wood frame house in the city, the oldest off-Broadway theater in New York, the apartment building from Friends, and Bob Dylan’s old hangouts. Tours cover the long history of writers and artists in the area, from Edgar Allan Poe to Lenny Bruce, and the rise of gay rights traced back to the Stonewall Inn. Tours begin near Our Lady of Pompeii Church at 25 Carmine St. every day at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Harlem Gospel Tour (2 hrs.): Experience a live gospel service on Sundays, then tour Harlem’s most interesting architecture, churches, and restaurants while learning about the neighborhood’s dramatic history. Tours are Sundays only, and meet in front of the visitors information center in Columbus Circle.
Inside NYC Tours
Central Park. The Empire State Building. The Statue of Liberty. New York City has no shortage of famous sights, a fact that frequently overwhelms tourists and locals alike. But the licensed tour guides at Inside NYC Tours aren't intimidated by the scope of the territory they're tasked with covering. Whether they're leading a walking tour in Greenwich Village or a boat tour in New York Harbor, they're always prepared to share stories from more than 300 years of city history. Like Spider-Man, the guides must re-certify with the city of New York each year, so they're always up on the current culture of the neighborhoods they tour. That means guests can learn things like where to find the best soul food in Harlem or how the area near Ground Zero has evolved in recent years.