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    Arcadia Earth

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    Underwater worlds, mystical forests, and underground caves are just some of the few immersive adventures you will experience in this 18-room exhibition. The 15,000-square-foot pop-up uses virtual reality, technological art and interactive environments, to bring to light the grave impacts of humanity’s ecological footprint. The beauty of our Earth is majestically put into the spotlight through the various rooms in this art installations. As you look around the room, you will be awed to uncover that everything you see was created using recycled and biodegradable materials.
    Arcadia Earth

    718 Broadway, New York

    • Immerse yourself in this 18-room interactive Earth exhibit
    • Experience the merging of upcycled art and virtual reality
    • Absorb the artists’ messages through think pieces and video directives
    • Leave with plenty of Instagrammable photos to share with family and friends
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    Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour

    You can't see the best of Harlem from behind the window, so put it in park and pound the pavement on this 2-hour New York Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour.

    View a multimedia event to learn the history of New York City in a digitized 3-screen production telling the story of how the city grew into the world's greatest urban center. Then put on some comfortable shoes to take a leisurely hip-hop stroll through the Mecca of the hip-hop culture.

    Check out the sites of Dip Set, Harlem's oldest record shops, the legendary Apollo Theater, numerous clubs, plus learn the rich musical and political history. Join your guides and share your thoughts about life in the Big City and Walk it Out!

    This Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour is suitable for all ages, hip-hop enthusiasts, those interested in the Foundation of the Culture and return visitors to New York City. It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience with a perspective and focus which can only be shown by the Grand Masters of hip-hop. The Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour is family friendly and great for any age group and cultural background with an appreciation of old school and new school hip-hop music.

    Harlem Hip-Hop Walking Tour

    Fifth Avenue, New York

    • Explore Harlem locations that inspired and nurtured hip hop culture
    • See the birthplace of Hip-hop: Dip Set, record shops, the Apollo Theater, and countless clubs embodying Harlem's unique environment
    • Discover the stories behind hip hop's influential growth
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    Harlem Juke Joint Jazz Tour

    Ever want to be that cool cat that knows where all the hidden nightspots are? This tour is your chance. Led by a neighborhood insider that knows everybody and who everybody knows, you'll hit the floor of one Harlem's most legendary venues, Minton's Playhouse. The "birthplace of bebop" was the stomping ground of some of the biggest jazz icons of the mid-20th century. If you're a jazz vocalist or musician, you might even get to jam alongside the world-class performers of the Sugar Hill Jazz Quartet. In addition to partying at Minton's Playhouse, you'll pay homage to some of the great musicians enshrined on the walls of the landmark Apollo Theater. While these two destinations are must-stops, your tour guide might elect to spontaneously divert you to one of the many local dive bars in Harlem if she catches word of an impromptu jam session breaking out that can't be missed. This is a Harlem experience you won't get through any travel book!
    Harlem Juke Joint Jazz Tour

    300 West 116th St, New York

    • Discover a jazz bar on a hidden Harlem street that has been frequented by some of the biggest names in music
    • Take in two sets of live jazz jams by a world-class band
    • Visit the historic Apollo Theater and other Harlem hot spots
    • Enjoy an evening of entertainment and musical education
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    Walk This Way - Harlem Hip Hop Tour

    Add some sick beats to your NYC experience with an exploration of Harlem's vaunted role in the world of hip hop music! As you visit sites with ties to music, arts, and culture, you'll be privy to an inside perspective delivered by celebrity guides with ties to the music industry. Sites of note include the Apollo Theatre and its Walk of Fame, the Graffiti Wall of Fame, Lenox Lounge, and some of the the neighborhood's most historically critical jazz clubs. You'll also check out the grounds where music videos and film have been shot, and epic hip hop battles staged! This is a great way to not only get a rare look one of the most culturally transformative music genres of all-time, but to develop an understanding to the rich traditions and unique style that that make Harlem the neighborhood it is. And to commemorate your journey, you'll have plenty of chances for photo ops, including some with your guides. Don't forget to bring the bling!
    Walk This Way - Harlem Hip Hop Tour

    1220 5th Ave, New York

    • Tour Harlem during a tour dedicated the neighborhood's importance to the history of hip hop
    • Get an inside look into legendary hip hop locations thanks to guides with industry ties
    • Explore grounds that have hosted secret hip hop battles and been featured in videos and film
    • Treat yourself to a unique tour of Harlem that will change your perception on the music industry
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    Williamsburg Walking Tour: History, Culture and Art Scene

    Is Williamsburg a little too hip for you to handle on your own? Not to worry, this tour will have you in an ironic t-shirt and skinny jeans in no time! Get to know Brooklyn's history and modern-day culture on this informative two-hour walking tour through one of New York City's trendiest neighborhoods, Williamsburg. Your local guide will help you discover the borough's rich heritage, hip businesses and contemporary street art scene. While you explore this laid-back neighborhood, you'll see historical buildings, pass by boutiques and cafes, and stop for a photo op of the Manhattan skyline from the waterfront. Oh, and you don't actually have to make the wardrobe change -- unless you want to.
    Williamsburg Walking Tour: History, Culture and Art Scene

    169 N 7th St, Brooklyn

    • Explore Williamsburg with a knowledgeable tour guide while you listen to anecdotes about Brooklyn's compelling heritage and history
    • Learn how the borough has been culturally transformed in recent years and get the inside scoop on current events like the Billion Dollar Sugar Scheme and the Mysterious Staring Artist
    • Discover creative architecture, restored lofts, street art, chic boutiques and great restaurants.
    • Finish with a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline across the East River
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    Private Street Art Tour - Brooklyn (1-4 people)

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    A private tour of public pieces. An inside perspective on outdoor art. The irony is so delicious, this tour ought to have its own wall work. Get an inside look at the world of street art during this trip to Brooklyn's most exciting outdoor art gallery: the Bushwick Collective. Discover street luminaries such as Blek Le Rat and Jef Aerosol, who helped pioneer the graffiti scene in the early 1980s. Then, explore the more contemporary Eelco Virus and Icy & Sot schools of outdoor art while viewing over 20 walls featuring modern maestros. Dasic, Nychos, Rubin, and Damien Mitchell, are just a few of the artists whose works you'll see. Art thou psyched yet?
    Private Street Art Tour - Brooklyn (1-4 people)

    282 Meserole St , Brooklyn

    • Visit Brooklyn's Bushwick Collective during a private tour
    • Tour is led by a real NYC Graffiti Artist
    • View over 20 walls featuring works from some of the top artists
    • Inform your mind and inspire your imagination
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    Bushwick Street Art Tour

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    Although relatively unknown, Bushwick Brooklyn is the most exciting neighborhood for street art today with walls featuring the world's best artists. Take a tour of a neighborhood where real artists live and get down! See over 30 walls from artists like Blek le Rat, Dasic, Nychos, and many more. The tour will be led by a real NYC graffiti artist.
    Bushwick Street Art Tour

    282 Meserole St , Brooklyn

    • The tour will be led by a real NYC graffiti artist.
    • Bushwick is the best street art neighborhood in NYC.
    • Learn the history of the Bushwick Collective
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    Tenements, Tales & Tastes

    A NYC feast for your tummy and your brain? Mmm, cultural! During this wide-ranging walking tour, you'll get an insightful look into the city's immigration history and the cultural heritage that came from it with the help of a local, friendly guide. Your trek will begin at City Hall, take a loop through the Lower East Side and Little Italy, and finally land in the crowded and colorful streets of Chinatown. Along the way, you'll take in historic sites, such as the Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the African Burial Grounds. Best of all, you'll visit several local-favorite eateries and marketplaces, where you'll get to sink your teeth into samples of a wide range of ethnic treats. You'll be treated to tastes of Dutch, Italian, Latin, and Chinese cultures! It'll be like a melting pot in your stomach!
    Tenements, Tales & Tastes

    89 E 42nd St, New York

    • Explore the sights and tastes of the Lower East Side, Chinatown, and Little Italy with a knowledgeable local guide
    • Sample a range of ethnic dishes along the route as you visit local eateries and bustling marketplaces
    • Visit fascinating, historic sites and learn about how immigration culture shaped New York
    • Enjoy getting to know the nation's cultural capital by discovering places that you'll want to come back and explore again
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    Brooklyn Street Art Walking Tour

    Dislike all of the non-sanctioned signage that covers the cities subways and streets? Take a closer look at graffiti and the culture surrounding it and you just might gain a new appreciation. Check out Brooklyn's best murals while your guide tells you about the borough's growing art scene and the lifestyles of the urban artists who come from all over the world to put their mark on New York City. See murals that cover entire brick walls, as well as fun-yet-simple creations that decorate smaller objects like signs. Learn why this area's graffiti culture is one of the best in the world, and hear about how people trade art, including murals, wheatpaste posters, tags and stencils. You'll discover different techniques, subtleties between artists, and the evolving styles that bring this neighborhood to life. Hear about the quirky personalities of the top artists and how much dough people have shelled out for their finest work. By the time you end your tour on Bogart Street, you'll have a whole new set of eyes to see a work of art in what you used to call graffiti.
    Brooklyn Street Art Walking Tour

    Bushwick, Brooklyn

    • Get to know Brooklyn's famous street art scene on this 1.5-hour walking tour of the Bushwick neighborhood
    • Learn about the diversity of local street artists and how they treat anything with a surface as a canvas for art
    • See murals big and small as you hit the pavement for an interesting tour filled with imagination around every turn and lamp post
    • Gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the underground art form, graffiti
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    Greenwich Village Rock Tour

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    "I regret profoundly that I was not an American and not born in Greenwich Village. It might be dying, and there might be a lot of dirt in the air you breathe, but this is where it's happening." --John Lennon Greenwich Village has been the mecca to creative, rebellious Bohemians. It may no longer be filled with starving artists, but the neighborhood remains a creative artery for the downtown scene. On this walking tour, you'll look at the musicians and locales that put the Village on the map, such as Dylan, Hendrix, Cafe Wha, and Scrap Bar. Listen to the stories and grab a coffee where Kerouac and Ginsberg might have.
    Greenwich Village Rock Tour

    Washington Square Park, New York

    • Stroll through the artsy streets of Greenwich Village, which housed starving artists, musicians, and Bohemians
    • Learn about the Village's roots as a creative mecca
    • Visit historic locales that were frequented by Bob Dylan, Hendrix, and Jack Kerouac
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