New York Adventure Club

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    Street Art & Gallery Tour

    Prepare yourself. It’s going to be a colorful day. On this guided tour, you’ll be checking out some of New York’s famous graffiti art, murals, and paste-ups, all localized in the Lower East Side. This neighborhood is known for its chaotic art scene, which greatly influences the art world at large. You’ll view it through the eyes of a tour guide who is himself a local artist, and can thus offer insights into the area art culture that few others can. In addition to an array of fresh outdoor art, some created by legends of the trade, you’ll stop in at a few galleries, and halt to consider some of the local architecture. No two tours are the same- so come and see what unique experience is in store for you!
    Street Art & Gallery Tour

    136 E 55th St, New York

    • Discover some of Lower East Side’s best outdoor murals and graffiti art during a guided tour
    • Learn about the culture and history of NYC’s outdoor art scene, and how it influences the art world
    • Check out pieces at some of the top local galleries, and learn about the area’s architecture
    • Open your eyes to a revolutionary art scene that includes some of the world’s top working artists
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    Civic Center Courthouse Tour

    Take a walk on the lawful side during this tour of New York’s Civic Center. This bastion of law and order houses City Hall, the police headquarters, and the Foley Square courthouses. While on the tour, you’ll gain insights into the history of law in NYC, and how it’s helped to shape the law of the nation. Your guide will offer you visual accompaniment through the use of architecture, and public art, and offer insights into legal philosophy. You’ll even stop in at a live courtroom to observe the law in action, before heading out to a local eatery for food and drinks. Brushes with the law do tend to make one thirsty.
    Civic Center Courthouse Tour

    52 Chambers St, New York

    • Tour the grounds of New York's Civic Center, which houses the NYC courts
    • Learn about the history of law in New York from a guide with inside knowledge of the system
    • Check out the Civic Center’s architecture and art, and step into a live courtroom
    • Enjoy an eye-opening examination of one of the nation’s most influential legal scenes
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    Central Park Photography Tour

    Man’s own concrete jungle. Sophisticated and wild, New York City offers no shortage of photographic opportunities. This walking tour led by a professional photographer will introduce you to some of the best as you make your way around the city’s famous Central Park. Whether you’re using just a smartphone or come equipped with a professional camera, you’ll be able to participate in this instructional adventure that will teach you the fine art of visual storytelling. At the same time, it's a great way to become acquainted with the legacy and culture behind the scene. All in all, this is a tour that really clicks.
    Central Park Photography Tour

    71507 Grand Army Pl, New York

    • Explore Central Park during a walking tour led by a licensed guide and professional photographer
    • Grasp the art of visual storytelling by learning about and shooting various landmarks in the park
    • Pick up some photography tricks and learn to get the most out of your camera, no matter its type
    • Enjoy learning to see the world around you from different perspectives during a fun social outing
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    Brooklyn Heights Tour

    This tour is guaranteed to lift your understanding of Brooklyn Heights to new- well, heights. Brooklyn Heights, and neighboring DUMBO, have historical connections to some of the great political and artistic luminaries in United States History, including George Washington, Walt Whitman, Gypse Rose Lee, Anne Hathaway, and many more. Your guide will clue you in on some of these connections, plus show you the incredible architecture lining these hallowed streets. This includes pre-Civil War homes, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and DUMBO’s post-industrial environs. And to reward for yourself for how much smarter you got, you’ll even stop in at Jacque Torres Chocolate for some free samples. Satisfy your craving for knowledge, then satisfy your sweet tooth!
    Brooklyn Heights Tour

    209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn

    • Embark on an educational walking tour of historic Brooklyn Heights, and the post-industrial DUMBO
    • Learn about some of the historical figures and literary giants with connections to the community
    • Enjoy some free chocolate samples from Jacques Torres Chocolate before heading to a local eatery for food and drinks
    • Enjoy an historical foray into two stunning, fascinating neighborhoods
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    Madison Square Park Photography Tour

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, is a picture of a picture worth a million? During this walking tour you’ll have the opportunity to capture some photographs of Madison Square Park’s famous reflecting pool, itself a living photograph of the world around it. You’ll be in the capable hands of a professional photographer, who will teach you the fine art of visual storytelling while introducing you to the park's many landmarks and offering insights into its culture and history. Whether you’re using just a smartphone or come equipped with a professional camera, you’ll learn to use your device to its full potential. In fact, after this walk, it’ll be a snap.
    Madison Square Park Photography Tour

    11 Madison Ave, New York

    • Explore Madison Square Park during a walking tour led by a licensed guide and professional photographer
    • Grasp the art of visual storytelling by learning about and shooting various landmarks in the park
    • Pick up some photography tricks and learn to get the most out of your camera, no matter its type
    • Enjoy learning to see the world around you from different perspectives during a fun, social outing
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    Subway System History Tour

    This tour is all about making connections. You’ll be learning about the intriguing history of the world’s most extensive metropolitan transportation system, while touring some of its most famous underground stations. Beginning at Bowling Green, where the subway got its start in 1904, you’ll head uptown to Brooklyn Bridge Station, Astor Place Station, and Times Square Station. At the last stop, you’ll explore the Grand Central shuttle tunnels, renowned for its compelling secrets. Along the way, you'll get to know the city’s underground from an energetic and insightful guide. You'll never look at the subway the same way again!
    Subway System History Tour

    1 Bowling Green, New York

    • Explore the stations and tunnels of the world’s most extensive transportation system
    • Learn about the the subway’s captivating origins, and discover some of its quirky secrets
    • Enjoy an eye-opening trip from Bowling Green to Times Square with a knowledgeable local guide
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    New Amsterdam Walking Tour

    The only thing more fascinating than present-day New York? The past of New York. On this tour, you’ll follow your storyteller tour through what was once the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam. Not only will you get the inside scoop on the pirates and prostitutes who once inhabited this historic area, but you’ll also get to see what life was like being an employee rather than a colonist. Based on compelling new research, your guide will show you a side of this brave new world that you would’ve never dreamed of- and conclude your tour with tasty food and beverages from a local eatery. From Native American raids, to the origin of the cookie, to everyone’s least favorite peg-legged governor, you’ll see it all on this exhilarating excursion!
    New Amsterdam Walking Tour

    26 Wall St, Battery Park, New York City

    • Delve into the fascinating history of New York before it was New York
    • Discover the lives of pirates and prostitutes who once lived in this former Dutch colony
    • Enjoy food and drinks at a local eatery to conclude your tour
    • Learn about Native American raids, the origin of the cookie, and so much more
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