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    Gulliver's Gate World of Miniatures

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    As any New Yorker will tell you, the whole world exists in NYC. Well that’s now more true than ever! Gulliver's Gate, a life size diorama of the world, takes that notion seriously, transporting you to the world's most intriguing places and most captivating time periods in a two block radius right in the heart of New York. A full city block wide, Gulliver's Gate is a technologically advanced, interactive and immersive world of miniatures that will ignite your imagination and challenge your perspective. Leave the Land of Large and enter an amazing new experience, located at the crossroads of the world, Times Square.
    Gulliver's Gate World of Miniatures

    216 W 44th St, New York

    • See New York’s most unique interactive experience
    • Explore a diorama of the world that has miniatures of every major city around the globe
    • View the whole world without having to leave Times Square
    • Exhibits include Latin America, Asia, the Middle East, the Big Apple and more!
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    American History & Ground Zero Tour

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    Extra, extra, find out about New York City's power, wealth, and history in a short afternoon. On this walking tour, learn the history behind America's financial epicenter through stories about Morgan, Carnegie, and Rockefeller along with standing on the sights at the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Reserve. Traveling through the financial district, you'll discover the origins of Wall Street as a Dutch shipping center and its transformation into global wealth and finance. Still more, you'll visit the somber scenery at Ground Zero, which includes a viewing of the World Trade Center Memorial and the construction of Freedom Tower. Of course, no trip to Wall Street is complete without a stop at Delmonico's restaurant, where power brokers go to lunch and famous patrons grab a much needed steak. Explore NYC wealth and history through the city's cobble-street neighborhood.
    American History & Ground Zero Tour

    55 Wall St, New York

    • Walk through Wall Street and NYC's Financial District as you uncover its origins
    • Visit historical NYC sights like Ground Zero, NYSE, 9/11 Memorial, Trinity Church, and the Federal Reserve
    • Understand the importance of the Dow Jones Index and other essential financial terminology
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    Music on MacDougal Street

    Jazz, folk, and cultural coups. Get in tune with Greenwich Village, put a song in your heart, and some bop in your hop-- this walking tour is all about exploring the magic and music of MacDougal Street! Traipse alongside a learned local guide for an inside perspective of one of the world's great cultural hotbeds. Walk bohemian blocks and stroll through Washington Square Park. Take your ears on a trip through time with samples of music stretching back through the decades. Sing along, or soak it all in, the choice is yours. In between, get your tastebuds in on the action with hot pizza, falafel, and dessert samples! Highlighted stops include Cafe Wha!, Pete Seeger's Home, and the Gaslight Cafe. Forget black and white. Tickle the mind and bring Greenwich Village into living technicolor!
    Music on MacDougal Street

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village's MacDougal Street during a guided walking tour featuring music history
    • Learn about jazz and folk music and their relationship with the Village's rousing history
    • Enjoy period music samples and visit various local cafes for delicious bites
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach during a delicious dive into Greenwich Village culture
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    Meatball Crawl

    Looking to get things rolling in Greenwich Village? Meet the meatballs of MacDougal Street! This delectable journey kicks off at the Meatball Shop with four mouthwatering meatball samples: American, Sicilian, Turkish, and Neapolitan. Stomach satiated, feed your mind with meatballs of knowledge as you stroll through the Village alongside a local guide. Savor fun facts and anecdotes served atop a helping of Greenwich Village culture. Visit the imposing Gothic Jefferson Market Library, little known former Little Africa enclave and the ever bustling Bleecker Street. After walking off your meatball high, finish things up on a sweet note: your choice of creamy tiramisu or Italian-style ricotta cheesecake! Can't you just taste that culture?
    Meatball Crawl

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village during an educational tour featuring meatballs
    • Sample four varieties of meatball, and enjoy a tiramisu or cheesecake dessert
    • Learn about the history and culture of the Village while visiting local attractions
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach, and stretch your legs
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    Chelsea & West Village Dessert Tour

    Sate your sweet-tooth while burning calories at the same time. Indulge in a day of guilt-free decadance on this walking desert tour! Slow down your Sunday afternoon with a sweeter than sugar dessert tour. You'll learn about the city's culinary past, all while trying some of the greatest desserts the area has to offer. Mosey through the quaint Chelsea neighborhood, into Chelsea Market, down the High Line, and into the Meatpacking District. End your culinary adventure in the West Village. Decide on delicious and walk your way to a sweet ending!
    Chelsea & West Village Dessert Tour

    Chelsea Neighborhood , New York

    • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city with your lover
    • Satisfy your sweet-tooth with this romantic experience, perfect for couples
    • Visit the birthplace of the most famous dessert--the Oreo cookie
    • Get your sugar fix in the trendy Meatpacking District, and wind down in the West Village, where you'll have the option of adding a wine or beer pairing with your final decadent dessert.
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    East Village Fright Tour

    Sure, the East Village is bustling and full of life, but did you know it's also full of spirits from the afterlife? Come explore the darker side of this neighborhood during this tour! You'll explore a hidden cemetery whose ghosts have wandered into the hotel next door and a Soviet-themed bar whose previous owner still lurks the grounds. If you're a fan of magic, you'll love this one -- you'll also see where Harry Houdini, world-famous escape artist, left his handcuffs (and perhaps much more)! You'll find ghost trains on the subway, apparitions of jazz legends in Tompkins Square Park, and Edgar Allen Poe's final drinking place! This is a tour you will never forget!
    East Village Fright Tour

    E 8th St, New York

    • Take a fright-seeing tour of the East Village
    • Get ready to be scared with spooky stories about this neighborhood's darker past
    • Hear chilling accounts of encounters with the supernatural, including ghost trains on the subway
    • Explore a hidden cemetery, a Soviet-themed bar, and more places that will send chills down your spine
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    Hamilton Happy Hour

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    With the growing popularity of the musical Hamilton, you’ll love this tour celebrating the life of this great Founding Father. This Family Friendly tour will take place in the Financial District, which was the entire city in Hamilton’s time. You’ll visit key spots in the Hamilton story including Trinity Church where he is buried, the Federal Reserve Bank which is a descendant of the first Federal Bank established by Hamilton, the sites of the Bank of New York and Manhattan Banks formed by the future duelists, and finally you’ll end at Fraunces Tavern where Hamilton himself often drank. Learn all about Hamilton’s life, his rivalry with Burr, and other facts not found in the musical.
    Hamilton Happy Hour

    75 Broadway, New York

    • Dive deep into the story of the star of the hit musical Hamilton in NYC’s most historic neighborhood
    • Pay your respects at Hamilton’s gravesite located in one of the most historic churchyards in town
    • Discover the origins of the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street’s many other financial institutions
    • Grab a pint at the tavern where Hamilton and Burr broke bread for the last time before their infamous duel
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    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    In 1969, the Stonewall Riots gave the gay liberation movement an enormous breakthrough- but the West Village's LGBT history goes way before that, back to the days of Walt Whitman hanging out in a Village beer cellar. On this tour, discover the iconic LGBT figures who lived, loved, and worked in the Village, from Billie Holiday to Allen Ginsberg, from James Baldwin to Edna St. Vincent Millay. You'll also learn of all the countercultural and artistic movements the Village has been home to, including the Bohemians, Abstract Expressionists, the gay liberation movement (of course), and many more. Whatever your orientation, as you listen to Professor Lear's fascinating anecdotes, plus literary excerpts from the Village's many famous writers, you'll just feel the LGBT history coming to life.
    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    53 Christopher St, New York

    • Explore the West Village, and learn about its LGBT history, stretching back to the nineteenth century
    • See where some of the LGBT greats, including Allen Ginsberg, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Andy Warhol, lived and loved
    • Visit the sites of the drag shows and gay bars which have graced the village for 150 years
    • Venture into the heart of the taking-off point of the gay liberation movement
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    NYC Pizza, Beer & History Tour

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    Pizza and beer: a celebrated combo among college students. However, anyone can enjoy these delicious classics, as you'll discover on this walking tour through some of the best pizza and beer haunts Greenwich Village has to offer. Italian immigrants have been making pizzas here for decades! You'll discover interesting tidbits about each unique place, the different and very important ingredients, and even various oven types, all while savoring three different styles of pizza. Between slices, wash everything down with a visit to two historic bars, including a former speakeasy that operated during the prohibition. You will also get to hear about the local history and see what drew famous artists and musicians, such as Bob Dylan and F. Scott Fitzgerald, to this neighborhood. Raise your glass, grab a plate, and get ready for a pizza and beer experience unlike any other.
    NYC Pizza, Beer & History Tour

    201 Bleecker St, New York

    • Enjoy a walking tour of pizza and beer in Greenwich Village
    • Visit three different pizzerias, each specializing in a different style of pizza
    • Sample beers from a well-known speakeasy
    • Discuss the architecture, people, and history of this unique and vibrant neighborhood
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    Central Park Walking Tour (3 hrs)

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    Central Park: more than just a walk in the park. See the aspects that give this iconic park its fame on this fascinating five hour guided walking tour. Enjoy its many treasures, such as Bethesda Terrace, the Ramble, Strawberry Fields, and the Conservatory Gardens. Explore the unseen promenades and uncover its Northern Woods. This is a great opportunity to see, firsthand, the visionary designs of America's first public park. Don't forget to pack a lunch to picnic by one of the park's many forested brooks. Embrace a touch of nature in the middle of the asphalt jungle we all love, New York City.
    Central Park Walking Tour (3 hrs)

    Central Park West & W 72nd St, New York

    • Embark on a walking tour through the natural beauty of New York City's Central Park
    • Enjoy the company of a knowledgeable guide who will navigate you through the park
    • Explore its treasures like Bethesda Terrace, the Ramble, and Strawberry Fields
    • Be captivated by the park's historic sites and stop and take pictures
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    3 positive reviews

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