Brush up on your Manhattan history during this leisurely cycling tour of the borough’s eclectic northern reaches!
You’ll explore its quaint secrets and historic landmarks of Northern Manhattan on an easy bike ride led by a local guide, who will give you an insider’s perspective that’ll have you spinning
Along the way, you’ll discover a luxurious church that houses more bells than any other church in the world, Manhattan’s last remaining lighthouse, the oldest private residence in Manhattan, and the largest Gothic cathedral in the world!
You’ll also have a chance to savor the smells and vibes of the Caribbean culture that dominates Washington Heights, as well as the history and wealth of the Sugar Hill neighborhood..
After this tour, you might have trouble believing your bike isn’t a time machine!
Note: The exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking. Tour price includes the cost of bike rental and helmet. This tour will travel approximately 14 miles at a slow speed of around 4 miles per hour, so riders do not need to be incredibly athletic to participate.
What to expect
- Embark on a guided cycling tour of Northern Manhattan with the help of a knowledgeable and local guide
- Discover the magic of sights often ignored in traditional sightseeing tours, such as Riverside Church, the Little Red Lighthouse, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and more
- Get an upclose look at two historic and uniquely fascinating neighborhoods that are forgotten by most tourists: Washington Heights and Sugar Hill
- Enjoy a leisurely and eye-opening exploration of the city’s northern reaches that will give you a new, unique perspective on all of NYC
About this Activity
|Price||$95.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||7 hours|
If you cancel within 72 hours, there will be a 20% service charge. If you cancel within 24 hours, there will be no refund.