NYC Walking Tour of Downtown With Ferry Ride

We meet in front of the Fulton Street subway station in Downtown NYC. Your tour guide will check you in and you will begin your guided walking tour with a small tour group of up to 12 people. We'll visit NYC's famous sites, such as New York City Hall, “Tweed” Courthouse, Woolworth Building, St. Paul’s Chapel, Zuccotti Park, Trinity Church, Charging Bull Sculpture, Bowling Green Park, Wall Street, One World Trade Center, 9/11 Memorial, and more! Hop on the Staten Island Ferry to experience memorable views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, along with the magnificent views of Manhattan skyline. This is a perfect tour for those who are looking for a more private sightseeing experience with smaller groups, moving at a leisurely pace.

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Private Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO

From a city of 30, 000 people at the time of the Revolution, New York City's population mushroomed to over a million eighty years later. The rise of the Brooklyn Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time, represented the city bursting onto the world stage. After the great bridge rose out of the depths of the river floor to tower over the booming metropolis. Just three short years later the Statue of Liberty would rise in the harbor, and steel frames would allow buildings to reach for the stars, but it all started with the Brooklyn Bridge.

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Brooklyn Bridge Waterfront Guided Bike Tour

COVID-19: Still providing tours, but only private, only your group. Masks and other precautions observed. We'll see Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Bridge Park and the DUMBO warehouse district. After a quick tour of City Hall area, we roll over the Brooklyn Bridge with stops for the perfect photo ops of the gorgeous Wall Street skyline. While there, I'll share historical insights into the twin icons of New York City's East River: the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. We'll continue on to the charming brownstone streets of Brooklyn. After a stop at the beautiful Promenade, we'll zip through NYC's newest, most innovative and beautiful 85-acre waterfront playground, the Brooklyn Bridge Park (just opened in 2010). There will be stops and photo ops galore in the shabby-chic shipping and warehouse districts of DUMBO, Vinegar Hill and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. You’ll get a peek into the history of Brooklyn’s shipping industry that once thrived on these docks and cobblestone streets.

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Cycle To NYC's Top Sites In One Day

From Central Park to Brooklyn Bridge to Ground Zero, we'll see it all! This is not a tour for beginner cyclists. This a tour for confident, urban cyclists. We'll cover around 25 miles (40 km) over 6 hours. The pace will be brisk but not back-breaking or exhausting. We'll stick to designated bike lanes, but please understand, we cannot do this exclusively. This a tour for the adventurous of spirit. You'll see so many of NYC's most iconic spots and as they were intended to be seen: from the street. We'll take lots of breaks where you can get off the bikes, walk around and I will find you lots of photo ops to make you Instagram feed POP! I'll keep you safe and you'll never risk wasting time getting lost. I'll also keep you entertained and provide history, context and local color. By the end of the day, you'll feel the burn, but be ready to feast in one of NYC's great restaurants—guilt free, you earned it!

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Tribeca Architecture And History Walking Tour

Whether you are visiting Tribeca for the first time or you've lived here your entire life, the Tribeca Architecture and History Tour has something for you. With over 300 years of history, Tribeca combines historical landmarks and brave architectural feats into one fascinating neighborhood. Tribeca has a distinct personality all on its own, so we decided to honor it with its own tour. Join us to learn more about the buildings and sites you may otherwise walk past without ever knowing their stories. You'll quickly come to see that Tribeca, a former farmland, is now one of the most fascinating neighborhoods in New York City.

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Lower Manhattan Secrets And History Walking Tour

You can’t take a trip to New York City without touring Lower Manhattan. With a 400-year history, this vibrant neighborhood is bursting with landmarks, relics, and stories. Come discover the birthplace of New York as we know it and experience the city like a true local. Highlights: Journey through time and Downtown NYC the best way possible: on foot! Explore the city with local certified guides who know every twist and turn on our world-famous streets Benefit from a smaller sized group for a more intimate experience Eat a real slice of New York style pizza for an authentic NYC experience Enjoy free time to walk around the 9/11 Memorial Our job isn’t over when the tour ends; we’ve got you covered while you’re in town with customized guides for shopping, eating out, and even the most Instagram-worthy locations to make your trip perfect

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Brooklyn Bridge Tour, With Yelling

So, uh, here's a question for you - why does New York build "really, really big things?" We tend to do that a lot. This is a fast-paced & funny walking essay that explores the answers to that question through the story of the Brooklyn Bridge. And to do so, we have to look the historical stories of immigration, engineering and political machines. With this tour, we use the bridge and it's bloody, weird history to get a deeper understanding of what is not only New York City, but what makes any city a city.

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The Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour: "The Brooklyn Revolution!"

Brooklyn is Revolutionary! Step back in time and experience the Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Brooklyn Bridge Park and Brooklyn Heights. Discover the borough’s amazing history and modern reinvention. Some of what you will do: *Walk over the entire Brooklyn Bridge and learn the story of its creation *Take in incredible views from the bridge. *Enjoy breathtaking waterfront vistas in DUMBO *Walk through the elegant and quiet tree-lined streets of Brooklyn Heights with hundreds of beautiful townhouses from the 1800s *See a fully-restored sensational 1922 carousel on the river *Enjoy the picturesque piers of Brooklyn Bridge Park *Visit locations where movies such as "Moonstruck," were filmed Come along on this grand adventure into Brooklyn's monumental story. The Revolutionary Brooklyn Walking Tour is led by a historian and licensed New York City tour guide with 20 years of experience. FACE MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIRED. Small group - Limited to 15 people.

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