Looking for the real Bronx tale? This walking tour will appeal to the historian and art lover in you, as you explore NYC’s historic South Bronx. While this neighborhood is in the midst of a revival, it’s seen some tumultuous times in the past. You’ll get a look at its origin story thanks to a remarkable set of murals painted inside of an historic building constructed by the Works Project Administration, the largest and most ambitious of the alphabet agencies created by FDR to bring America out of the Great Depression. You’ll be learning lots about the area’s art deco architecture as well, and stop in at several art galleries and museums showcasing the contemporary art scene that this cultural corridor is known for today. At the end of the tour, you’ll visit a breathtaking estate once frequented by New York’s retired elite. See the Bronx with new eyes after taking it all in with a knowledgeable guide.
Note: This tour is not recommend for those with wheelchairs or strollers as as the route does include steep slopes and steps. All pets, with the exception of trained service dogs, are prohibited on the tour. Exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking.
What to expect
- Learn about the history, culture, and art scene of the South Bronx
- Take in some of the area’s great architecture and art galleries
- Get an insider’s perspective on the neighborhood and learn about the intricate history that has led it to be what it is today
- Enjoy a leisurely and educational walking tour and learn about a different area of New York City
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About this Activity
|Price||$35.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2.5 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales final.