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Downtown Walking Tour w/Cruise

9 AM | 4 Hrs | $64 per traveler

START: FULTON ST SUBWAY STATION

on the street level at the corner of Fulton and Broadway

CITY HALL AREA

guided tour

  • New York City Hall
  • “Tweed” Courthouse
  • Woolworth Building

BROADWAY

guided tour

  • St. Paul’s Chapel
  • Zuccotti Park - Sculpture Park
  • Red Cube Sculpture by Isamu Noguchi
  • Trinity Church
  • Charging Bull Sculpture
  • Bowling Green Park
  • Wall Street - Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Federal Reserve

WORLD TRADE CENTER

guided tour

  • One World Trade Center - Freedom Tower
  • 9/11 Memorial
  • Oculus - WTC Transportation Hub
  • Brookfield Place Pier

BOAT RIDE ON THE STATEN ISLAND FERRY

seasonal: Apr 1 - Dec 30

  • Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
  • Manhattan and Brooklyn Skyline
  • Brooklyn Bridge

We start by walking north on Broadway to see the New York City Hall, the “Tweed” Courthouse, as well as the statues of Nathan Hale and Civic Fame. We'll be also granted a magnificent view of the Woolworth Building.


Our walk continues south on Nassau Street to see the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Building as we emerge onto Wall Street - home of the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall - the place where George Washington was sworn in as the nation’s first president. Passing by the House of Morgan building, we arrive at the famous 3-ton bronze sculpture of Charging Bull housed in Bowling Green Park - the oldest public park in NYC.


Just up the block on Broadway, we'll stop at Trinity Church to see Queen Elizabeth Plaque, St. Paul’s 9/11 Sycamore Tree, and the final resting place of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton. 


Continuing our stroll going north on Broadway, we pass by Zuccotti Park, tree-shaded park housing numerous sculptures, such as 70-foot tall Joie de Vivre by Mark di Suvero, Double Check by John Seward Johnson II, and Rose III by Iza Genzken.

Right across the street is Isamu Noguchi’s iconic Red Cube sculpture - placed right in front of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co building - the oldest and one of the largest private banks in the United States.


We arrive at our next stop - St. Paul’s Chapel for a 15-minute inside tour. We exit at the rear on either Church Street or Broadway as we briefly go underground - marveling at the magnificent Oculus - state-of-the-art WTC transportation hub. We proceed to visit the 9/11 Memorial.


We continue our journey on Vesey Street to Manhattan's waterfront as we arrive at the World Financial Center pier at Brookfield Place in Battery Park City, where we take a boat ride 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.


We'll end our tour in Midtown Manhattan at Pier 72 (34th Street) in the shadows of the newest and the trendiest NYC neighborhood - Hudson Yards. From there, you'll have easy access to the High Line Park, and you'll also be within walking distance to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum!


IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Operational Dates: 7 days a week
  • Blackout Days: 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year's Eve
No, we're not using any transportation. This is an entirely walking tour, where we cover all the sites on foot. There are opportunities to slow down and use restrooms along the way. We only use our tour buses for our guided bus tours
Typically 15 to 20 minutes. Your tour guide will tell you the planned amount of time for each stop, but there's definitely enough time at every stop for you to walk around, ask your tour guide questions, and take plenty of amazing pictures!
Free Cancellation up to 24 Hours in Advance > if you cancel your booking 24 hours in advance of your tour departure time - a full refund will be issued

Free Cancellation up to 1 Hour in Advance With Tour Booking Insurance > if you purchase Tour Booking Insurance at $5.99 per booking, booking cancellations may be made up to 1 hour in advance of your tour departure time for a full refund

MEET US AT

Fulton Street Subway Stop - on the street level on Broadway and John Street

Midtown Walking Tour

9 AM | 3.5 Hrs | $49/$39 adult/child

START: TIMES SQUARE

at the base of TKTS stand on 47th St, between 7th Ave & B'dway

7th AVENUE

guided tour

  • Wintergarden Theater
  • M&M'S World Times Square Store
  • Carnegie Hall
  • Alwyn Court Building

5th AVENUE

guided tour

  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • 5th Ave Iconic Luxury Shops - Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co...
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Atlas Statue
  • Trump Tower

6th AVENUE

guided tour

  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Fox News Studios
  • Diamond District
  • Bryant Park

42nd STREET

guided tour

  • New York Public Library
  • One Vanderbilt Plaza
  • Grand Central Terminal (inside)
  • Empire State Building (best views)
  • Chrysler Building

We meet at the Crossroads of the World - Times Square. Your guide will check you in and you will begin your walk moving north on 7th Avenue, where you'll see a few iconic venues - Shubert's Winter Garden Theatre, Carnegie Hall, and the Alwyn Court building.


We reach Central Park South where Central Park starts for up-close views of  Grand Army Plaza, Pulitzer Fountain, the Plaza Hotel, Apple Store, and a few other sites.


Continuing South on 5th Avenue, we'll walk right through the heart of iconic Fifth Avenue luxury shops, passing by Trump Tower, and arriving at St. Patrick's Cathedral.


We continue with a guided walk to Rockefeller Center - where we'll see a few well-known sites, such as NBC Studios and the Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center. This is one of the places that also offers a chance for a restroom break as we move along.


We end up on 6th or Avenue of Americas as we come face to face with more iconic sites, such as Radio City Music Hall, Fox News Building, and Bryant Park.


The final stroll takes place on 42nd Street, starting on the East Side of Manhattan going west for a visit to Grand Central Terminal for an inside tour. Along the way, we'll get some great views of New York Public Library, the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building.


IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Operational Dates: 7 days a week
  • Blackout Days: 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year's Eve
No, we're not using any transportation. This is an entirely walking tour, where we cover all the sites on foot. There are opportunities to slow down and use restrooms along the way. We only use our tour buses for our guided bus tours
Typically 15 to 20 minutes. Your tour guide will tell you the planned amount of time for each stop, but there's definitely enough time at every stop for you to walk around, ask your tour guide questions, and take plenty of amazing pictures!
Free Cancellation up to 24 Hours in Advance > if you cancel your booking 24 hours in advance of your tour departure time - a full refund will be issued

Free Cancellation up to 1 Hour in Advance With Tour Booking Insurance > if you purchase Tour Booking Insurance at $5.99 per booking, booking cancellations may be made up to 1 hour in advance of your tour departure time for a full refund

MEET US AT

the base of TKTS stand on 47th St, between 7th Ave & B'dway

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  • BOAT CRUISE INCLUDED

    Take a boat cruise for breathtaking views of NYC skyline from water! (included in Downtown Walking Tour; seasonal: April 1 - Dec 30)

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