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92nd Street Y Tours & Travel
The 92nd Street Y offers the most extensive tour program in New York, with hundreds of outings covering every aspect of city life and everything there is to see and experience in and around “the best of all possible cities.” Whether you’re interested in the arts, urban planning, gardens and parks, or grand homes; whether you’re eager to sneak a peak inside “members only” locations, visit off-the-beaten-path locales, look behind the scenes at New York’s ...

A Tour Grows in Brooklyn
Journey into the heart of BROWNSTONE BROOKLYN. Walk along Brooklyn's 5TH AVENUE, where trendy boutiques line the street. Learn about the history of THE WILLIAMSBURG BANK, the borough's tallest building. Visit THE OLD STONE HOUSE (pictured on this page), where George Washington's troops battled the British in 1776. See America's oldest piece of standing baseball memorabilia. Walk past the childhood home of AL CAPONE. See the beautiful architecture of the Raymond F. Almirall designed PUBLIC BATH N...

All About the Town
David Melville conducts extensive tours of the City that can be tailored to the needs of groups or individuals.

Arthur Marx Unlimited Tours
The uniqueness of Mr. Marx's tours is due in large part to the fact that he sings as he describes the city.

Big Onion Walking Tours
Student and adult group tours and lectures on the neighborhoods and sights of NYC. Guides hold advanced degrees in American History. Can accomodate 1-200 participants per tour.

Bravo New York!
Pam Erb leads these tours, which are geared toward students of New York theatre.

Central Park Conservancy
The Central Park Conservancy sponsors one-hour tours that explore the history, ecology, design and simple beauty of Central Park. Routes vary, and some tours require registration. Price: Free.

Context
Context is a network of scholars and specialists—in disciplines including archaeology, art history, cuisine, urban planning, history, environmental science, and classics—who, in addition to our normal work as professors and researchers, design and lead in-depth walking seminars for small groups of intellectually curious travelers.

East Village Community Media, Inc.
East Village Historical Walking Tours. Every Saturday morning at 11:00AM. From Native American trade routes, Dutch settlers and the Stuyvesant farm to the "melting pot" era, immigration, speakeasies, street gangs, the Yiddish Theater and social clubs; from industrialization of the city, labor movements, protests and riots to the beat generation, yippies, punk rock and more. Learn about modern day struggles: Charas/El Bohio, St. Brigid's Church, gentrification, the changing landscape of the commu...

Famous Fat Dave's Five Borough Eating Tour
Customized, private eating tour conducted in a yellow taxi by Famous Fat Dave, a real New York City cabbie who has eaten it all. All other food tours pale in comparison.

 

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