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New York State Of Mind Tours

1 Morningside Drive, New York

Two-Hour Walking Tour with a Tablet for One, Two, or Four from New York State of Mind Tours (Up to 61% Off)

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Up to 61% Off
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Tour-goers follow a knowledgeable guide and interact with a tablet that presents a multimedia view of downtown neighborhoods’ histories

Customer Reviews

Very Good
User Image BklynBoy52
April 7, 2014
“The best way to see NYC”
I was so impressed by the content of this walking tour. How they integrated modern-day technology was awesome. The knowledge of the tour guide blew me away. That is a real true New Yorker. I recommend this to EVERYONE.
User Image MBP14
March 31, 2014
“Great tour”
We had an awesome time on this tour. Such a different way to see NYC. Seeing NYC back in the day was cool!
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Hans R
September 22, 2015
“New York”
New York er en af mine favorit byer. Atmosfæren, masser af mennesker, flotte bygninger, museer, Frihedsgudinden, Elis Eiland, Saftige bøffer med lækkert salater.

About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $21 for a two-hour walking tour with a tablet for one ($45 value)
  • $36 for a two-hour walking tour with a tablet for two ($90 value)
  • $70 for a two-hour walking tour with a tablet for four ($180 value)

Tablets will be shared among guests.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About New York State of Mind Tours

Trinity Church—around for more than 300 years. Fraunces Tavern—around for more than 250 years. Tablets—popular for about four years. Even though one of these things doesn't seem like the others, its presence does make sense on a tour from New York State of Mind Tours, as well as a list of things the village hermit will never see. That's because the company blends the past with the present during interactive tours that pair participants with handheld tablets. As guides lead tour-goers on in-person visits to prominent locales, the tablets feature slide shows and video clips about famous historical events and people for a multifaceted—and multimedia—experience. They can watch a custom animation of the original World Trade Center design while viewing the 9/11 Memorial, and learn about the men who built America during jaunts through Wall Street, and also hear stories about Manhattan's oldest surviving building, Fraunces Tavern, right before exploring the whiskey haven.