Think your brownstone is old? Check out this famous New York City house, built in 1765!
On this lively and interactive tour, you'll bolster your knowledge of the history and culture of Manhattan as you walk through the Morris-Jumel Mansion. Located in the surrounding Jumel Terrace Historic District, the area's played host to over 200 years of New York history, art, and culture.
You'll learn about all this and more, including Manhattan's gradual transformation from pastoral farmland to the urban jungle it is today! You'll also learn why this district attracted such illustrious individuals as Duke Ellington, Jackie Robinson, and Thurgood Marshall.
This guided tour is a hidden gem full of cultural value for visitors from all around the world. It will really make you rethink what it means when someone talks about the "good old days" of New York City.
Note: Must book for a minimum of 6 people.
What to expect
- Take a guided tour of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, the oldest house in New York City
- Learn about the many individuals, like George Washington, who have lived in the house or in the area over the years
- Spend some quality, educational time with friends or family
- Escape the present for a day, and find out about Manhattan's transition from farming community to modern-day urban melting pot
Book nowSelect a time slot to book (212) 858 9559
About this Activity
|Price||$16.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||1 hour|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.