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    Union Square Rock Tour

    London's calling. Actually, they're calling from Union Square. Visiting rock locales like Max's Kansas City, Warhol's Factory, and Webster Hall, you'll recreate the magical rock memories formed around Union Square. Make Pop Art come to life. During the journey, you will see where Iggy Pop cut himself on stage, where the Velvet Underground recorded a live album, and where Andy Warhol was shot. After walking through the area, feel free to enjoy the many great restaurants and bars in the area.
    Union Square Rock Tour

    125 E 11th St, New York

    • Recreate rock memories from Union Square by visiting places like Max's Kansas City and Webster Hall
    • See where Iggy Pop cut himself on stage, where Warhol was shot, and where the cover for London Calling by the Clash was photographed
    • Learn about the neighborhood's rock history and its current landscape
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    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    This tour will bring out your true red, white, and blue. Your day begins with an early ferry ride to beat the crowds and explore the Statue of Liberty, followed by a visit to Ellis Island where you'll see the trials and tributes of immigrants looking for a chance in a free land. Afterwards, head back to Battery Park for a brief lunch break before heading through downtown Manhattan to pay your respects at the 9/11 museum. Here, witness stunning memorials of lives lost and American Heroes, before heading to the One World Observatory to be inspired by the brilliant experience. You will see the most popular -- and most pivotal -- sites in New York, without the complications of navigating crowds and planning the day yourself. Let your guides take care of the details and logistics while you appreciate this seminal piece of American history.
    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    Barclay and Church St., New York

    • Visit 2 top attractions in NYC, the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial, on this stress-free tour
    • Ride one of the first ferries of the day to Liberty Island where you'll have special pedestal access, and take a tour that will follow the steps of 12 million immigrants. Walk the Stairs of Separation and get a feel for how it must have felt for lovers and families as they awaited their fate–and the start of a new life in land of the free.
    • Walk to the 9/11 Memorial to see the Reflecting Pool and Ladder 10, and enjoy guaranteed access to the One World Observatory
    • Learn the fascinating history of Ellis Island, followed by lunch, and conclude the day with a trip to the 9/11 memorial, where you will hear stories of heroism in the face of tragedy. One World Tower is a testament to a city that was knocked down and got back up again. Get to the heart of that terrible tragedy and learn how NYC rebuilt itself bigger and better. Visit St. Pauls's church, where families and friends went to pray, offer support and await news in the immediate aftermath of the attacks; as testified by the hand-drawn card sand memorials, personal memorabilia and photographs that still hang there.
    • At the 9/11 Memorial too, your guide will make your visit that bit more special. See the Twin Reflecting Pools, built in the footprints of the World Trade Centre and engraved with the names of every victim. Learn the little nuances that make it more touching;like how staff place a single rose in the name of each victim on their birthday. Visit the Fireman’s Memorial to pay tribute to those brave men and women who worked around the clock after the attacks. See the Survivor’s Tree, a single tree which miraculously survived the attacks and was nursed back to health by New Yorkers, as a symbol of their enduring strength.
    • Experience some of the most important sites in American history
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    Manhattan Off-the-Beaten-Path Walking Tour

    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood -- well not really a wood. Infact, there are almost no trees in the city, but you can still take the road less traveled on this exciting walking tour of NYC. Discover some hidden parts of the city with the help of your knowledgeable tour guide. Did you know there are two Dutch colonial houses in Lower Manhattan? You'll be able spot them soon! Take some pictures and then hop on the subway to West Village. Walk through the picturesque narrow streets where, back in the day, you could find several speakeasy bars. These are just few of the things you'll experience on this off-the-beaten path walking tour of Manhattan.
    Manhattan Off-the-Beaten-Path Walking Tour

    Central Manhattan , New York

    • Find the secret spots in the city that only the locals know about
    • Walk through West Village, head north and take a little break at Greenacre Park, a charming oasis in the heart of the city
    • Arrive on Roosevelt Island, where you'll be amazed at the beautiful city skyline
    • Take in the city like a local and enjoy this unique trek through NYC
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    Brooklyn Walking Tour

    Start in Manhattan and follow your guide on the Subway to Brooklyn (make sure you buy a metrocard). Arrive at Cobble Hill in Brooklyn by train and start the walking tour from there. The tour lasts about three and a half hours. Your guide will show you the sights, sounds and culture of Brooklyn from the eyes of a local, and will share tips about the best places to shop, dine and explore. Check out Mosaic House, the Barclays Center, Boerum Hill and Love Lane, and waltz through Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. Take in the gorgeous Manhattan skyline and walk across the iconic Manhattan Bridge!
    Brooklyn Walking Tour

    Near Madison Square Park, New York

    • Go street-side to experience Brooklyn like a local
    • Follow your tour guide onto the subway just like a real New Yorker
    • Walk past the Barclays Center and stroll down Love Lane as you get to know the borough
    • Take a break to enjoy the stunning Manhattan skyline as you walk across the Manhattan Bridge
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    Gossip Girls Sites Tour

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    Enter the playground of your favorite Upper East Siders, literally. Become an expert on the life of Manhattan's elite and indulge in the life of a young socialite. First, you'll venture to the luxurious New York Palace Hotel, stepping into Gilt, the fine dining restaurant of grilled cheese and truffle oil. From there, enter the swanky world of Madison Avenue. Dress the part of your favorite gossip girl from the shops and restaurants to the upper-crust lifestyle. This tour speaks extravagance and excitement. Tune in your inner Serena for a tour unlike any other.
    Gossip Girls Sites Tour

    455 Madison Ave, New York

    • Enter the playground of your favorite Upper East Siders!
    • Pass the Vera Wang boutique where Blair tries on her wedding gown and see the candy store where Dan helps Vanessa buy presents
    • Visit Grand Central Terminal where Serena returns to NYC in the first episode
    • Get spotted at Constance Billard & St. Jude's schools and hold court at the Met Steps while you stop for a photo op
    • Visit The Empire Hotel, the site of Chuck Bass’ newest home and business
    • Go on location at Henri Bendel where Blair and Serena shop
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    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    In 1969, the Stonewall Riots gave the gay liberation movement an enormous breakthrough- but the West Village's LGBT history goes way before that, back to the days of Walt Whitman hanging out in a Village beer cellar. On this tour, discover the iconic LGBT figures who lived, loved, and worked in the Village, from Billie Holiday to Allen Ginsberg, from James Baldwin to Edna St. Vincent Millay. You'll also learn of all the countercultural and artistic movements the Village has been home to, including the Bohemians, Abstract Expressionists, the gay liberation movement (of course), and many more. Whatever your orientation, as you listen to Professor Lear's fascinating anecdotes, plus literary excerpts from the Village's many famous writers, you'll just feel the LGBT history coming to life.
    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    53 Christopher St, New York

    • Explore the West Village, and learn about its LGBT history, stretching back to the nineteenth century
    • See where some of the LGBT greats, including Allen Ginsberg, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Andy Warhol, lived and loved
    • Visit the sites of the drag shows and gay bars which have graced the village for 150 years
    • Venture into the heart of the taking-off point of the gay liberation movement
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    Gowanus Street Art Tour

    While the art in the streets of gray industrial neighborhoods might seem scarce, it's become all the rage in the eyes of Brooklyn's largest arts community. In an area filled with signs of old industrial might, creative industries and artists are everywhere. You'll stop by alternative artist-run galleries and libraries and peek into art studios as you walk along this most happening of Superfund sites. The stock of architecture is stunning, especially when paired with a wide range of community murals and street art. Art is in the engineering and architecture, but it's the street art that accentuates the beauty of its contours. So if you're starved for contemporary culture and industrial eye-candy, head down to Gowanus. You're guaranteed to meet interesting characters, and the diversity and quality of art here will blow your mind. Tours are always evolving, and never scripted.
    Gowanus Street Art Tour

    543 Union St, Brooklyn

    • Explore Brooklyn's hottest art envclave through groundbreaking architecture and art, street art, and innovative and historic businesses
    • Peek into galleries, museums, libraries, and studios as you criss-cross the infamous Gowanus Canal
    • Meet locals and hear stories from the lips of the lively community along the "Lavender Lake"
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    Meatball Crawl

    Looking to get things rolling in Greenwich Village? Meet the meatballs of MacDougal Street! This delectable journey kicks off at the Meatball Shop with four mouthwatering meatball samples: American, Sicilian, Turkish, and Neapolitan. Stomach satiated, feed your mind with meatballs of knowledge as you stroll through the Village alongside a local guide. Savor fun facts and anecdotes served atop a helping of Greenwich Village culture. Visit the imposing Gothic Jefferson Market Library, little known former Little Africa enclave and the ever bustling Bleecker Street. After walking off your meatball high, finish things up on a sweet note: your choice of creamy tiramisu or Italian-style ricotta cheesecake! Can't you just taste that culture?
    Meatball Crawl

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village during an educational tour featuring meatballs
    • Sample four varieties of meatball, and enjoy a tiramisu or cheesecake dessert
    • Learn about the history and culture of the Village while visiting local attractions
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach, and stretch your legs
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    Music on MacDougal Street

    Jazz, folk, and cultural coups. Get in tune with Greenwich Village, put a song in your heart, and some bop in your hop-- this walking tour is all about exploring the magic and music of MacDougal Street! Traipse alongside a learned local guide for an inside perspective of one of the world's great cultural hotbeds. Walk bohemian blocks and stroll through Washington Square Park. Take your ears on a trip through time with samples of music stretching back through the decades. Sing along, or soak it all in, the choice is yours. In between, get your tastebuds in on the action with hot pizza, falafel, and dessert samples! Highlighted stops include Cafe Wha!, Pete Seeger's Home, and the Gaslight Cafe. Forget black and white. Tickle the mind and bring Greenwich Village into living technicolor!
    Music on MacDougal Street

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village's MacDougal Street during a guided walking tour featuring music history
    • Learn about jazz and folk music and their relationship with the Village's rousing history
    • Enjoy period music samples and visit various local cafes for delicious bites
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach during a delicious dive into Greenwich Village culture
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    9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour

    Never forget September eleventh; memorialize the most devastating attack on our nation's soil in decades. Take a one-and-a-half-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September Eleventh Memorial, and gain insight into the attacks on the World Trade Center. A local guide shares firsthand stories of the event and its aftermath while you visit 9/11-related sites such as St Paul's Chapel, the Fireman's Memorial and the reflecting pools, dedicated to the thousands of lives lost. You may also upgrade your tour to include a pre-reserved ticket to the One World Observatory and look out over the New York skyline. Take a moment to remember the tragic events of nine eleven and to mourn those lost that day.
    9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour

    Saint Paul's Chapel, 209 Broadway, New York

    • Take a look at personal memorabilia and photographs that still hang inside St Paul's Chapel
    • See landmarks such as Brookfield Place (aka the World Financial Center), and gain a deeper understanding of the horrific events as you listen to firsthand stories from your guide
    • Visit the Fireman's Memorial, and explore the site where the World Trade Center once stood
    • Head straight up to the One World Observatory and watch a brief video that dramatically reveals New York City in three dimensions
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