Greenwich Village Food Tour and High Line Park

What to expect
  • Explore High Line park and Greenwich Village on a tour led by a knowledgeable guide
  • Learn the history of this unique park created out of an elevated railway line and discover the food scene in a historic New York City neighborhood
  • Eat tasty food samples from local restaurant favorites
  • Tour the best hotspots in Greenwich Village from underground jazz clubs to independent bookstores
Make your way to the High Line to begin this exciting 3.5 hour guided walking tour of the elevated High Line park and the famous Greenwich Village neighborhood. Once an elevated railway line for cargo that went all the way down the west side of Manhattan, now sits a completed park that is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and is enjoyed equally by tourists and locals. Learn about its unique history from a knowledgeable guide as you admire its architectural design.

Once you've reached the end at the Meatpacking District, you will descend the stairs and meet Greenwich Village, one of New York's most historic and eye-pleasing neighborhoods. You will explore the Village through its delicious food. Eat a slice of real Big Apple pizza and get clued in on where to find some of the best Italian specialties and chocolate confections in the city -- you'll sample enough food to make a full lunch of it.

Find out from the guide what famous people have lived in the neighborhood, and who still does. Learn about the best underground jazz clubs and cool independent bookstores. The tour concludes in Greenwich Village, leaving you free to continue to explore this vibrant neighborhood.

Note: Please advise of any specific dietary requirements at the time of booking. If anyone in your party has allergies or is a Vegetarian, we can accommodate you. We cannot accommodate Vegan, Kosher, or Gluten-free diets. This tour operates in all weather.
Key Highlights
Price $124.00 per guest
Duration / Session 3.5 hours
# Sessions 1
There are no refunds; all sales are final.

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