Choose from Three Options
- $14 for admission for one to the gang and mob tour of New York (up to a $28 value)
- $28 for admission for two to the gang tour of New York (up to a $56 value)
- $56 for admission for four to the gang tour of New York (up to a $112 value)
Guides take groups on a tour through New York’s historic criminal past including stops in Little Italy, where the mafia once reigned, and Chinatown, where the violence of the two Tong gangs caused the area to be nicknamed the “Bloody Angle.” The tour also visits the Five Points district made infamous in Gangs of New York. Groups meet at the northwest corner of Kenmare Street and Cleveland Place in front of Petrosino Square in Soho. See the schedule for upcoming tour dates.
Metro NYC Tours
For Robin London, New York City is more than just a tourist destination—it's home. She's part of a third generation of native New Yorkers, which means her Metro NYC Tours are sprinkled with anecdotes. But the majority of the neighborhood tours' narratives still rest in history.
Robin recounts the escapades of the city's legendary mafia as tour-goers learn about hits, FBI hideouts, killings, and a former opium den on the gang and mob tour. On the Greenwich Village food tour she delves into the diverse—and tasty—cultures of a bohemian hub, which makes stops for everything from pizza to falafel to bike messengers who have the right of way. And she helps guests squeeze the most out of their visit on the all-day tour, which covers ground from Lower Manhattan to Chelsea Market.