Who’s the most influential band of all time? On February 9, 1964, on the Ed Sullivan Show in NYC, music changed forever. Beatlemania erupted. This two-hour walk follows the path of John, Paul, George, and Ringo, visiting historic sites like Ed Sullivan Theater, Strawberry Fields, Central Park, and Carnegie Hall. Even though Midtown Manhattan is NYC’s tourist haven, you’ll walk through the vibrant neighborhood that brought The Beatles so much fame. Imagine all the people. Experience NYC as if you’re a Beatle, living for today.
Note: It's a visual walk through midtown Manhattan so people watching is also a plus. This tour will not be going into any of the buildings, but feel free to wear your Beatle boots. The exact meeting location will be provided upon booking.
What to expect
- Explore NYC from the same perspective as the members of The Beatles
- Visit famous locales like the Ed Sullivan Theater, Strawberry Fields, Central Park, and Carnegie Hall
- Travel through Midtown Manhattan and enjoy the vibrant boutiques, museums, restaurants, and bars
About this Activity
|Price||$35.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.