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    SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Tour

    The Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown walking tour will give guests an insider view of three popular neighborhoods. The Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown tour takes guests walking tour through the iconic streets of Soho with its cast iron buildings and upscale designer shops. Little Italy will smell the authentic Italian cooking and famous mafia locations. Chinatown offers colorful vendors and shows. Tour highlights include Soho’s Sites Cast Iron District, Haughwout Building, Oldest Cheese Shop in NYC, Lombardi’s Pizza – NY’s first pizzeria, Mafia Hangouts, Canal and Motts Streets
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    SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Tour

    161 6th Avenue, New York

    • Experience the diverse histories of three fascinating NYC neighborhoods -- SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown
    • Follow a professional tour guide for an insider's perspective of your surroundings
    • Contrast the glamour of SoHo with the culture of Little Italy and Chinatown
    • Discover a whole other side to New York City
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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!
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    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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    The Twin Bridges Walking Tour

    Sunlight flickering upon the moving cars, with the city rising across the river. Is there a more majestic view of Manhattan than from the nearby bridges connecting the boroughs of New York City? Spend a day strolling across two of the most iconic bridges in New York -- the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. Atop the bridges, you'll view the city from a new perspective. Capture the sights, both iconic and startling, of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, Downtown Manhattan, and even the Upper East Side. Warning: This tour can make even the most jaded, seen-it-all New Yorker fall in love with the city once more.
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    The Twin Bridges Walking Tour

    Brooklyn Bridge, New York

    • Walk across two of the most iconic bridges in New York: The Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge
    • Witness the city's spectacular sights, including its downtown skyscrapers, Statue of Liberty, and the New York Harbor
    • Learn about the history of the city and bridges as you marvel at the beauty of NYC
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    Revolutionary Era Landmark Walking Tour

    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.
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    Revolutionary Era Landmark Walking Tour

    Financial Disctrict, 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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    Act 3-Broadway Landmark Tour Extravaganza

    Showtune superfan? As in, "known to let rip an impromptu rendition outside the shower now and then?" We're not one to stand in the way of true talent, so here's a NYC experience that ought to be music to your ears! Traipse about Times Square with knowledgeable musical theatre guide for a 90-minute dive into NYC's legendary song and dance scene. Learn about the history of Broadway and musical theatre in New York from the Vaudeville era to present day, and enjoy anecdotes about some of the stage's brightest stars. Visit the George M. Cohan Statue, Shubert Alley, Sardi's Restaurant, Broadway Souvenir Store, and the Gershwin Theatre lobby. You'll even team up with your guide to belt out a few hit showtunes along the way! It's weird, but it's New York, so also perfectly normal.
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    Act 3-Broadway Landmark Tour Extravaganza

    7th Ave & W 41st St, New York

    • Get an inside look at New York's Broadway scene alongside a local musical theatre aficionado
    • Learn all about history of musical theatre in NYC and its biggest players
    • Visit signature sites such as the Gershwin Theater, Shubert Alley, and Sardi's
    • Work your own musical magic by singing showtunes with your guide
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    One World Observatory & World Trade Centre Tour

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    This tour will bring out your true red, white, and blue. See one of the most pivotal sites in New York, without having to worry about navigating crowds or planning the day yourself. Let your guides take care of the details and logistics while you appreciate this seminal piece of American history. You'll head through downtown Manhattan and visit the American Express Eleven Tears Memorial, the Fireman's Memorial, the 9/11 Memorials, and the One World Trade Center. As you tour these memorials, listen to both heartbreaking and inspiring stories of tragedy, perseverance, and heroism. Finish off your reflective day with guaranteed entrance to the One World Observatory, where you will have an unforgettable experience.
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    One World Observatory & World Trade Centre Tour

    Barclay and Church St., New York

    • Visit sites related to the 9/11 Terrorist attacks, such as St. Paul's Chapel, Brookfield Place, and the Survivor Tree, the 9/11 memorial, and the incredible One World Observatory
    • Listen to your guide give you touching insights to the memorials such as the Reflecting Pool and Ladder 10
    • Hear the stories of heroism in the face of tragedy, told by your experienced and educated tour guide
    • Experience one of the most important sites in American history
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    Mid-Manhattan Walking Tour

    When you picture Midtown Manhattan, what comes to mind? Gridlock? Tourists? Those weird actors dressed up like cartoon characters who always want high fives? Abandon that misconception, and come explore the heart of NYC in an entire new light! Your licensed and experienced tour guide will lead you through the hustle and bustle to ensure you get an up close and personal view of New York City's most popular attractions. Among so many of the city's highlights, see the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Plaza, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. If you've ever envisioned yourself in Times Square, illuminated with neon lights, yellow cabs, and Broadway Theater signs, feeling the very heartbeat of the city, then this is the tour for you.
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    Mid-Manhattan Walking Tour

    1471 Broadway, New York

    • Experience the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan
    • Follow a professional tour guide for an insider's perspective on your surroundings
    • See top NYC attractions, like The Empire State Building, 30 Rock, the Chrysler Building, and Grand Central Terminal
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    Ghosts of Grand Central

    Looking to catch the express train to Pee-your-pants-ville? Enjoy a little 'boo' with your 'choo choo' during this haunted exploration of Grand Central Station! Explore the famed transit station with a local host and supernatural storyteller, and enjoy auspicious anecdotes that will leave you questioning reality. History collides with superstition as you uncover the urban legends surrounding a host of ghostly commuters. Highlights include August Belmont, the Vanderbilts, and Franklin Roosevelt and his pet dog, Fala! Who knew the New York subway system could be such a strange and frightening place?
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    Ghosts of Grand Central

    89 E 42nd St, New York

    • Treat yourself to a nail-biting supernatural exploration of Grand Central
    • Enjoy historical anecdotes interwoven with ghostly myths
    • Visit some of Grand Central's most haunted corners
    • Chill your blood, spark your imagination, and test your nerve
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    Brooklyn Bridge Landmark Bike Rental (2Hr)

    You don't need a degree in cycle-ology to know this tour will brighten up your day! Explore lower Manhattan on a 2-hour bike rental with Unlimited Biking! Push those pedals while you cycle up into the City Hall area and to the Brooklyn Bridge. You'll be nearly 160 feet up when you reach the Brooklyn side tower of the bridge - a great spot to snap photos of the entire New York Harbor. You'll see the beautiful Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island, the port of Brooklyn and several miles of the New Jersey coastline. To make your sightseeing easier, CPS provides a map, helmet, chain-lock and basket for your convenience. Their team is happy to recommend specific routes and must-see attractions. We can hear those wheels in your head turning already...joining this tour is a great idea!
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    Brooklyn Bridge Landmark Bike Rental (2Hr)

    Brooklyn Bridge, New York

    • Rent a bicycle and explore the beauty of lower Manhattan
    • Cycle over the Brooklyn Bridge and take photos from 160 feet above water
    • See the entire New York Harbor, including the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
    • Receive a map, basket and sightseeing recommendations
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    Walking Tour of the South End of Central Park

    Do you wistfully wonder what New York was like during the roaring '20's? Follow your knowledgeable tour guide through Central Park on a journey through the past! Start beneath the beautiful Roman Goddess Pomona at the Pulitzer Fountain and make your way past the Bethesda Fountain, the Bow Bridge, and much more. While you are snapping pictures of the park, your guide will show you photographs of the same spots plucked straight out of the history books. Finish your day in the iconic Strawberry fields where your guide will answer any lingering questions. It's not a time machine -- but it's pretty close.
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    Walking Tour of the South End of Central Park

    59th Street At 5th Ave, New York

    • See the south end of Central Park on a lovely 1.75-mile walking tour
    • Start at the Pulitzer Fountain and wind your way through the park to a breathtaking finish at Strawberry Fields
    • Stop at the various statues and fountains in the park, take pictures, and compare them with photos of the same locations taken decades ago
    • Enjoy a day in the park and an adventure into the past all at the same time
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