A half–day tour of New York City with many exciting attractions such as New York (Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, Battery Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Chrysler Building, Fifth Avenue, Financial District, Little Italy, Radio City Music Hall, The Dakota, United Nations, Wall Street).
Infants: Infants age 0-2 years old are free to travel if they are not taking the seats. If you require a seat for the infant, please book the child fare.
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Day 1New York
The itinerary is subject to variations
during special events (Parades, Marathon, traffic conditions).
In the morning, guests will be picked up from the specified departure locations to begin this tour. Our first stops of the day will be at Lincoln Center, the west side of Central Park, The Dakota, the Upper West Side, and Harlem. We will make our way through the Museum of Natural History, the Museo del Barrio, and the Frick Collection. Then, we will see Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and the United Nations, where we will be able to get a stunning view of the Chrysler Building. Then, we will stop in front of the Flatiron Building and get a view of the Empire State Building. After that, we will continue downtown toward Greenwich Village, traveling through SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown. At the Brooklyn Bridge, we will stop for a panoramic view of the Manhattan Bridge and the skylines of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Later, we will continue to Wall Street, the Financial District and Battery Park, where we will catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty. Passing by the construction site of the new World Trade Center, we will ultimately reach the Meatpacking District, where guest who wish to stroll along the Highline have the option of leaving the tour early. We will be able to get lunch at one of the many restaurants in Chelsea Market. The tour will inevitably end at Herald Square. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.
The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps, The Cultural Capital of the World... whatever you call New York City, its impact on worldwide culture and business is undeniable. Seeing this famous metropolis is something no one ever forgets!
This 16-acre building complex in New York City has been a cultural center since John D. Rockefeller initiated its development in the 1950s. Lincoln Center features the Julliard School, widely considered the best arts school in the country.
New York City's world-famous park sees over 35 million visitors every year, and not without reason. From playgrounds to ponds, horse carriages to bird-watching, and ice skating to rock climbing, the possibilities are endless in the 843-acre commons.
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 6:00am - 1:00am
The Dakota is one of the most desirable apartment buildings in all of New York City. Located in the Upper East Side, it is perhaps best known as the home of John Lennon and where he was killed.
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the most famous, largest, and most celebrated museums in the entire world. The museum is consists of more than 30 buildings and their collection has more than 130 million items.
Opening Hours: 10:00am - 5:30pm, Close on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
El Museo del Barrio in Manhattan is an art museum whose focus is Latin American and Caribbean works, which a special interest in Puerto Rican art. The pieces on display range from pre-Columbian times to modern and contemporary work.
Opening Hours: Wed - Thu 12:00pm - 4:00pm, El Museo is closed on New Year’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day, Sat - Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
The Frick Collection is an art museum in Manhattan, and, though it is small, houses an impressive collection nonetheless, featuring paintings by some of the European masters, as well as sculptures and furniture, among other things.
Opening Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm, The Collection is closed the following days in 2018: Mondays /New Year's Day (Friday, January 1) Martin Luther King Day (Monday, January 18) Presidents' Day (Monday, February 15) Memorial Day (Monday, May 30) Independence Day (Monday, July 4) Labor Day (Monday, September 5) Columbus Day (Monday, October 10) Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 24) Christmas Day (Sunday, December 25), Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm, Holiday hours apply.Time subject to change without notice.
One of the most famous shopping areas in the world-- and one of the most expensive-- New York City's Fifth Avenue cuts across Manhattan and hold some of its most famous landmarks and event centers.
A member of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as well as a National Landmark, the world-famous Rockefeller Center (named for John. D. Rockefeller's son) in Midtown Manhattan has been a New York hub since the 1930s.
Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center, nicknamed the "Showplace of the Nation," is a concert venue in downtown Manhattan which houses many thrilling performances, including the Radio City Christmas Spectacular once a year.
This building in New York City has served as the global headquarters of the United Nations since 1952. The area has extraterritoriality status, meaning it is technically not bound by the laws of New York or even the United States.
This Art Deco skyscraper is one of the most iconic components of the New York skyline. At night, the tower is illuminated splendidly, as the light plays of the terraced crown that makes this tower instantly recognizable.
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm, Time may vary.
One of New York City's most iconic buildings, the Flatiron Building, with its distinctive wedge design, is a popular tourist attraction, but also houses the offices for a few publishing companies.
Soaring more than a quarter of a mile above the heart of Manhattan, the Empire State Building is the World's Most Famous Office Building. A symbol of dreams and aspirations connecting with people around the world.
Opening Hours: 8:00am - 2:00am, Closed between 7:00pm-9:30pm on July 4th 2019 and reopen after 9:30pm
Greenwich Village, a neighborhood in Manhattan, to this day thrives as a cultural and artistic center for the city of New York. The home of the 60s folk and bohemian scenes, the Village is still an intellectual haven.
This famous neighborhood in lower Manhattan is known for its importance in New York City's artistic and cultural history as well as its shops and boutiques. This U.S. National Historic Landmark District is also known for its architecture.
Little Italy is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan that was once home to a large population of Italian immigrants. Today, the area is known for its large selection of Italian shops, restaurants, and bakeries.
Manhattan Island's famous Chinatown is the largest Chinese neighborhood in the western hemisphere, with a population estimated at up to 100,000 people. Both a residential and commercial area, it is home to amazing Chinese cuisine, art, and culture.
Easily one of New York City's most recognizable landmarks, the towering arches of the Brooklyn Bridge have welcomed drivers to the island of Manhattan for years. The two automobile lanes of the bridge are divided by a designated pedestrian walkway.
One of the bridges that connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn, construction of the Manhattan Bridge began in 1901. At the Manhattan entrance to the bridge, there is a magnificent triumphal arch beckoning traffic onto the suspension bridge.
This famous street in New York City's Financial District has become synonymous with American financial enterprises. It is also the home of the New York Stock Exchange, and has been (or still is) the location of several other exchanges.
The Financial District is the neighborhood on the southernmost tip of Manhattan, and, as its name suggests, the center of industry for the city, where many of the headquarters for New York's largest financial companies are located.
A small park on the southern tip of the island of Manhattan, Battery Park offers an exquisite view of New York Harbor. Castle Clinton is a fortress in the park, built to defend the city in the War of 1812.
This world-famous statue in New York harbor is best known as a center of immigration in the United States. This boat ride allows for a water-top view of Lady Liberty and plenty of opportunities to take amazing photos!
Opening Hours: 8:30am - 4:00am
The Meatpacking District is a neighborhood in Manhattan, named for the major industry that the area was built around. In recent years, as the process of meat distribution has changed, giving way to high-end shops and restaurants.
This park is truly unique, built on what was once a stretch of New York's above-ground railroad. The route travels through some notable buildings such as the Chelsea Market. The park winds its way through Manhattan for about 1.5 miles.
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 7:00am - 11:00pm, Time may vary
The Chelsea Market in Manhattan is an indoor food court and shopping facility, in addition to containing the office spaces for multiple media companies, such as the Food Network and EMI Music Publishing.
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 7:00am - 2:00am, Season and holiday hours apply,Time may vary, Sun 8:00am - 10:00pm, Season and holiday hours apply,Time may vary
Herald Square is an intersection in Manhattan, extending south to Greeley Square. There are many excellent shops in the area, including Macy's flagship store and corporate headquarters, the largest department store location in the country.
The itinerary is subject to variations
during special events (Parades, Marathon, traffic conditions).
Meet Up at Departure Location:Tour guides will be holding a BLUE UMBRELLA at all departure points.
Tour Ends/Location: Herald Square (Macy's, Empire State Building)
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