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    Wall Street Financial Crisis Tour

    You will meander through the narrow, winding streets of Lower Manhattan led by Wall Street experts, who will tell you exclusive stories from inside the trenches that will inform and shock you! Learn how some traders made billion dollar profits while banks collapsed, and find out more about the volatile culture and lifestyle of the Wall Street Trader.

    Explore the fascinating, historical district of Wall Street that it is a living, breathing body that still affects the world today. You will discover rich history and visit famous financial landmarks, such as the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, and Charging Bull.

    Even born and bred New Yorkers will gain valuable insight through storytelling and personal interaction with former Wall Street professionals. If you have an interest in finance, current affairs or want to learn more about the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, this tour is for you!
    Wall Street Financial Crisis Tour

    Wall St & Broad St, New York

    • Explore the Financial District of Wall Street and learn from insiders about the recent global financial crisis
    • Meander through the narrow, Lower Manhattan streets and hear the shocking stories from inside the trenches
    • Gain valuable insight from Wall Street professionals about the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression
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    Architecture of New York Tour

    Looking to build your knowledge of NYC? Then you should find this tour quite constructive! Walk the sprawl of 42nd Street, taking in some of the world's great architectural sites as you go. You'll gain insights into this famous thoroughfare, seeing firsthand the progression of urban trends through the eyes of a practicing architect or scholar of architectural history. It all begins with a look at the United Nations buildings, followed by a visit to art deco masterpieces such as the Chrysler Building, the Daily News Building, and the Chanin Building. You'll also see popular beaux arts examples, such as Grand Central Station and the New York Public Library. During the second half of the tour you'll head to Times Square for a look at the legendary intersection of Seventh Avenue and Broadway. There you'll discuss the area's progression from red light district to media center, and check out some of the restored early 20th-century theaters this area is known for. Finally, you'll end your trip with a look at a few of the sleek, modern skyscraper trends that have come to define the NYC skyline, including the McGraw-Hill Building, an internationally important antecedent to this trend. Better bring your walking shoes for this one!
    Architecture of New York Tour

    Tudor City, New York

    • Get to know the NYC architectural landscape during a 3-hour tour of Manhattan
    • Check out some of the most famous structures and streets in the city, including the UN building, the Chrysler Building, Times Square, and much more!
    • Learn about architectural trends, such as art deco buildings and skyscrapers, from an architect or architectural scholar
    • Enjoy an educational walking tour that will change your perception of NYC's history!
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    Wall Street Insider Tour

    Guided by real Wall Street insiders, this tour of New York City's Wall Street will inform and intrigue you! Points of interest include the New York Stock Exchange, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, and Deutsche Bank, where the 'captains of industry' live and work. As you stroll by the Charging Bull, you will see evidence of the financial district's skyscraper race and observe Wall Street's historic buildings. Unearth the NYC Financial District's rich history spanning over 400 years, from it's humble beginnings as a Dutch trading outpost to the modern Wall Street known today. You will see where high-powered meetings take place, and where billion dollar deals determining the feat of the American economy are negotiated. Gain insights into the stock market, new trading ideas, how capital markets work, and feel what it's like to work on the trading floor of a major investment bank. An inspiring tour of some of the biggest United States financial institutions built by immigrants and their entrepreneurial spirit!
    Wall Street Insider Tour

    15 Broad St, New York

    • Explore the Financial District on this educational tour of Wall Street
    • Get a behind-the-scenes look at investment banking, trading, and the world's largest financial institutions
    • Learn about the culture and lifestyle of a typical Wall Street trader
    • Visit New York Stock Exchange, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, and Deutsche Bank
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    Small-Group NYC Architecture Walking Tour

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    New York City is home to some of the most beautiful and impressive structures in the world. Admire the prime examples of NYC's architecture as you walk along 42nd Street with your guide, who will be either a practicing architect or a scholar in architectural history. Since the early 1900s, New York City has been at the forefront of architectural innovation; lack of space combined with a doubling and tripling population has made for some of the most unique and beautiful structures in the world. Start your tour at the United Nations building, built on the site of demolished slaughterhouses. Make your way east to the iconic Art Deco Chrysler Building and then head to Grand Central Station, all while getting an in-depth understanding of the city's rich architectural history from your guide. Some of the sights seen include:
    • Chrysler Building
    • Grand Central Station
    • Times Square
    • New York Public Library
    • Ford Foundation Building
    • Daily News Building
    • New York's Theater District
    • Raymond Hood's McGraw-Hill Building
    • The Chanin Building
    • United Nations Building
    • Tudor City
    Small-Group NYC Architecture Walking Tour

    2nd Ave & E 42nd St, New York

    • Discover New York City's most celebrated architecture on this three-hour walking excursion
    • Gain a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the city's finest architectural marvels
    • Gaze at locales like the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, Times Square, and the United Nations Building
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    SoHo, Little Italy & Chinatown Tour

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    You've seen the iconic skyscrapers, attended a Broadway show, visited Lady Liberty, and relaxed in Central Park. Looking for a little more from the Big Apple? Maybe it's time to visit some of Manhattan's oldest and most enchanting historic districts. On this tour, you'll take a relaxing stroll through SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown. Gawk at the Fashionistas and cast iron buildings of Soho, visit America's first pizzeria, see famous mafia locations, and take a stab at bargaining with a street vendor in Chinatown. See a side of the city that you won't find on any postcard.
    SoHo, Little Italy & Chinatown Tour

    Avenue of the Americas & Spring St, New York

    • Explore by foot some of Manhattan's oldest and most historic districts, including SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown
    • Visit well-known sites such as Lombardi's Pizza, SoHo's Cast Iron district, Canal and Mott Streets, and the Haughwout Building
    • See locations that have appeared in famous films and TV shows like Ghost, Men in Black, and Sex in the City
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    Revolutionary Era Walking Tour

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    What did New York City look like in the 1770's? There was no Empire State Building or falafel carts. There wasn't even dollar pizza! On this tour, uncover the secrets of historic lower Manhattan as you experience a compelling tale of NYC life during the 1770's. As you stroll through the bustling side streets, you'll visit historic landmarks like St. Paul's Chapel, Battery Park, and Trinity Church. Walking through the streets, you will pause and re-imagine the sounds and smells of different cultures flocking to this American paradise. Oh, and as you go, don't forget the British officers patrolling the streets. Discover an unfamiliar world inside your familiar terrain.
    Revolutionary Era Walking Tour

    City Hall Park, New York

    • Learn about NYC's Dutch beginnings and its strategic significance in 1776
    • Hear about the feuding factions and political intrigues that pit neighbor against neighbor, patriot against loyalist
    • Listen to stories about local heroes like the Sons of Liberty
    • Learn about newspaper publishers who fanned the flames on both sides
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    World Crossroads Running Tour

    Perhaps no part of New York City is as well known as the legendary Times Square. Once home to the first newspapers of NYC, this small 10-block district is now home to the annual televised New Year's Eve celebration and all the most popular Broadway hits. On this run you'll also get treated to a trip through Grand Central Station and Rockefeller Center, before returning to the "Great White Way" to learn more about the theaters and secrets of why Times Square has become the "Crossroads of the World"!
    World Crossroads Running Tour

    120 W 42nd St, New York

    • Enjoy a comprehensive tour of the city
    • Be led by an informative, friendly and professional guide providing you a local's insider tips
    • Explore the local streets on a running tour of NYC
    • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors of all ages and skill level
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    Learn to Mime - Trial Class

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    Looking to improve your on-stage presence? Learning the basics of mime will help you do just that! Richmond Shepard's Mime class covers everything you need to know about miming. You'll learn choreography structures, physical techniques, body articulation and illusions. Develop a deeper understanding of composing mime sequences by creating an invisible environment of people and objects. This class will increase your ability to separate your thoughts from actions, and improve your stage presence and speaking in everyday life. Mime for a good time!
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    Learn to Mime - Trial Class

    260 W 52nd St, New York

    • Learn the physical techniques, illusions and body articulation of mime
    • Improve stage presence, speaking and movement
    • No experience necessary
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    Midtown Architectural Tour

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    Looking to build your knowledge of Midtown? Let this tour be the architect of your edification! This tour features viewing the major monuments of 20th – century American architecture and exploring the history of the communities in the Midtown area. You'll view the interiors of some of these monuments. Highlights include: the hidden residential enclave of Tudor City, the United Nations Building, the Chanin Building, Grand Central Terminal, Carrère and Hastings’ New York Public Library, and the Daily News Building.
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    Midtown Architectural Tour

    320 East 43rd St, New York

    • Get a look at the architectural masterpieces that Midtown is known for
    • Enjoy fun facts and insights courtesy of a knowledgeable host
    • Visit famed landmarks like the United Nations Building and Grand Central Station
    • Improve your knowledge of architectural history while stretching your legs
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    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    This tour will bring out your true red, white, and blue. Your day begins with an early ferry ride to beat the crowds and explore the Statue of Liberty, followed by a visit to Ellis Island where you'll see the trials and tributes of immigrants looking for a chance in a free land. Afterwards, head back to Battery Park for a brief lunch break before heading through downtown Manhattan to pay your respects at the 9/11 museum. Here, witness stunning memorials of lives lost and American Heroes, before heading to the One World Observatory to be inspired by the brilliant experience. You will see the most popular -- and most pivotal -- sites in New York, without the complications of navigating crowds and planning the day yourself. Let your guides take care of the details and logistics while you appreciate this seminal piece of American history.
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    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    Barclay and Church St., New York

    • Visit 2 top attractions in NYC, the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial, on this stress-free tour
    • Ride one of the first ferries of the day to Liberty Island where you'll have special pedestal access, and take a tour that will follow the steps of 12 million immigrants. Walk the Stairs of Separation and get a feel for how it must have felt for lovers and families as they awaited their fate–and the start of a new life in land of the free.
    • Walk to the 9/11 Memorial to see the Reflecting Pool and Ladder 10, and enjoy guaranteed access to the One World Observatory
    • Learn the fascinating history of Ellis Island, followed by lunch, and conclude the day with a trip to the 9/11 memorial, where you will hear stories of heroism in the face of tragedy. One World Tower is a testament to a city that was knocked down and got back up again. Get to the heart of that terrible tragedy and learn how NYC rebuilt itself bigger and better. Visit St. Pauls's church, where families and friends went to pray, offer support and await news in the immediate aftermath of the attacks; as testified by the hand-drawn card sand memorials, personal memorabilia and photographs that still hang there.
    • At the 9/11 Memorial too, your guide will make your visit that bit more special. See the Twin Reflecting Pools, built in the footprints of the World Trade Centre and engraved with the names of every victim. Learn the little nuances that make it more touching;like how staff place a single rose in the name of each victim on their birthday. Visit the Fireman’s Memorial to pay tribute to those brave men and women who worked around the clock after the attacks. See the Survivor’s Tree, a single tree which miraculously survived the attacks and was nursed back to health by New Yorkers, as a symbol of their enduring strength.
    • Experience some of the most important sites in American history
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