Skip-the-line Private Combo Walking Tour: Lower Manhattan & Midtown Manhattan - New York City

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  • Duration: 5 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    10:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Battery Park Underpass, New York, NY 10004, USA,
  • Return Details :
    Midtown Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Watch New York grow up before your eyes on this 5 hour private guided walking combo tour of Lower Manhattan and Midtown, combining two of the citys most vibrant districts in one convenient experience. Follow your engaging guide as you discover Dutch history, the bustling traders on Wall Street, and the soaring skyscrapers of Manhattans iconic skyline.

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Itinerary
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Stop At: New York Harbor, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Castle Clinton National Monument, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Battery Park, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Bowling Green, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull), New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Canyon of Heroes, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Trinity Church, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Trinity Church Cemetery & Mausoleum, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Wall Street, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: New York Stock Exchange, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Federal Hall, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Fulton Center, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: St. Paul's Chapel, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: The Oculus, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Madison Square Park, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Flatiron Building, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: MetLife Building, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Marble Collegiate Church, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: The Morgan Library & Museum, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Empire State Building, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: New York Public Library, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Bryant Park, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Library Way, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Grand Central Terminal, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Chrysler Building, New York City, New York

Your exuberant guide will start by showing you the historical sites that most visitors overlook in Lower Manhattan, including Bowling Green and Castile Clinton in Battery Park. Learn about Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church before fast-forwarding to the last century, when the Charging Bull took up residence among the NYSE and Federal Hall. Modern architecture soars overhead, once in the shadows of the World Trade Center. Discuss the tragedy of 9/11 while visiting the official memorial as well as the firefighters memorial. Then learn how Lower Manhattan has evolved since, including the Occupy Wall Street movement that took over Zuccotti Park. By the end of the tour, youll understand more clearly how New York City has become one of the most important and inspiring metropolises in the world.
Then after a break for lunch, we travel north to Midtown and learn why its the City That Never Sleeps. Find out about the 19th and 20th century additions to Manhattan that helped shape the urban landscape. Explore the lesser-known Marble Collegiate Church and then visit icons like the New York Public Library and the Morgan Library. From Madison Square Park to the quirky Flatiron building, youll discover the earlier innovations that helped build New York up, quite literally. Your guide will discuss the skyscraper boom of the early 1900s, including the Met Life Tower and the New York Life Building. Youll walk by the world-famous Empire State Building to learn about the last of the early 20th century giants. It doesnt get much more beautiful than the main terminal of Grand Central Station, where youll learn about the landmark laws that preserve many of these historic buildings for generations to come.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Babylon Tours New York City, New York City, New York

The yellow taxis, the soaring skyscrapers, the street-side hot dog vendors you think you know New York City already, right? Were not so sure. Our English-speaking local guides know the city inside out and can share the stories behind the landmarks that youve seen on TV already. Whether its a historical overview of the colonial days in Lower Manhattan or a cultural romp through the 19th century marvel, Central Park, our tours go beyond the clichs. Well delight you with fun yet informative stories to make New York come alive. Take a bite out of the Big Apple with Babylon Tours and see how good it tastes.


Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes

Inclusions

Private Walking Tour

Professional Tour Guide Exclusively For You

Duration 5 - 5.5 Hours (Including A Lunch Break)

Tour Will Run, Rain Or Shine

Exclusions

Tour price does NOT include hotel pickup or drop-off (we recommend UBER or Taxi)

Tour price does NOT include gratuities (optional)

Entry/Admission - Empire State Building

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Maximum of 8 people per tour allowed

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Notes: The tour route may be affected by national celebrations. When this occurs, we will provide guests with an alternative route still being able to see all the highlights on the tour. In these cases we are unable to provide refunds or discounts. No large bags or suitcases are allowed during this tour. We recommend comfortable shoes, a bottle of water, umbrella in case of rain and hat during summer. Due to increased security measures at many attractions some cant be visited from the inside.

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Near public transportation

Surfaces are wheelchair accessible

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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