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    SoHo Wine Tour

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    Few things in life are better than drinking wine. In fact, that's why some doctors recommend a glass (or two) a day. Now, you can get your daily dosage and more on this wine tour through the lovely SoHo neighborhood. Your trip begins at Galli Restaurant, and shortly after, you'll stop at Comodo, a place that believes in evolving the dinner party craft. Your last stop will take you to either Boqueria, a Spanish wine bar, or San Marino for some fine Italian wine and cuisine. By the end of the day, you will have sampled some of the best wine this city has to offer.
    SoHo Wine Tour

    45 Mercer St, New York

    • Discover the world of wine in SoHo with friends and family
    • Visit up to four wine locations, including City Winery and Comodo
    • Learn about wine varietals from a wine ambassador in a fun and friendly environment
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    Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl

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    The name "Kerouac" etched in a bathroom stall. The bar where Dylan Thomas literally fought the dying of the night... and died. The places Ginsberg howled and howled. From the beginnings of The Beat Movement to bohemia capital, Greenwich Village houses NYC's historical, literary epicenter. On this Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl, you'll uncover and get a taste of the fantastic tales and historical accounts of the Village's infamous bars, literary patrons, and their alcoholic nature. Discover the underbelly, while filling your belly of malts and literature that changed the world. Cheers to that!
    Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl

    567 Hudson St, New York

    • Uncover the literary tales and history behind Greenwich Village's infamous bars
    • Regale in literature that changed the world, and all started in some of the bars you will visit
    • Enjoy unique stories about famous literary Village residents, while downing a few drinks
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    Pierogi Walk

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    Ah, the pierogi. Boiled or fried, stuffed with potato, cheese, and cabbage fillings. Old-world comfort. These delectable dumplings give pints of ice cream and puppy dog hugs a run for their money. Sample the enticing flavors of NYC's East Village during this foodie-focused walking tour. Stroll through aromatic neighborhoods alongside a local guide. Treat yourself to an inside look at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, Second Avenue, and St. Mark's Place. Enjoy cultural and historic insights to put it all into context. Of course, the best way to get to know a culture is through its cuisine. So follow your nose to old-world eateries for pierogi samples and other Polish picks, including kielbasa and baked goods. If a pierogi could speak, it would say "eat me"
    Pierogi Walk

    200 Second Ave, New York

    • Explore the East Village during a guided walking tour featuring Polish cuisine
    • Visit various old-world eateries for samples of pierogies, kielbasa, and baked goods
    • Learn about East Village history from a knowledgeable local guide
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach during a delicious dive into East Village culture
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    2 positive reviews
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    The Met Un-Highlights Tour

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    Hack The Met for an un-highlights tour! Turn one of New York's most spectacular cultural institutions into a totally unique experience for you and your friends or family! You will be guided through the 2.3 million square feet and 270,000 works of art to see the very best and most intriguing pieces that the Metropolitan Museum of Art has on display. Experience art masterpieces through a completely unique lens designed to bring out wild, crazy, and even scandalous viewpoints that are often overlooked. This is not your average art history lecture. Seamlessly woven into the experience are team building exercises that foster a creative and supportive environment, build a sense of togetherness, and help improve your critical thinking and presentation skills... all within the hallowed walls of New York's greatest cultural institution!
    The Met Un-Highlights Tour

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Discover a brand new view of the Met on this intriguing and out of the ordinary tour
    • View art through a unique lens designed to bring out overlooked, wild, and even scandalous viewpoints
    • Enjoy a team building experience that fosters a creative and supportive environment amongst your group
    • Develop a whole new appreciation for one of NYC's most spectacular cultural institutes
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    Greenwich Village Neighborhood Tour

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    Greenwich Village, with it's quiet, shaded streets and lovely brownstone townhouses, was once the incubating ground of artistic, social and political movements that have helped shape U.S. history. With the help of Free Tours by Foot, explore one of Manhattan's most desirable and expensive residential neighborhoods, as you see the architecture, history, and culture that was and is Greenwich Village. Some well-known sites on the tour include the Stonewall Inn, the Jefferson Market Courthouse, and the Washington Arch. This tour has it all -- authors, poets, folk singers, rock stars, a mobster, a revolutionary, and even the apartment that appeared in "The Cosby Show."
    Greenwich Village Neighborhood Tour

    385 6th Ave, New York

    • Explore one of New York's most desirable and historic neighborhoods on this tour of Greenwich Village
    • Visit famous spots such as Washington Square Park, the Cooper Union Building, and the Huxtable's house from "The Cosby Show"
    • Hear riveting tales of rockstars, revolutionaries, authors, and more
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    Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    Gain an insight into Harlem's unique heritage with this walking tour. Your tour begins with a multimedia presentation on Harlem's culture and history and a quick peek at the Schomburg Center's exhibitions. Next it's time to hit the streets and see areas of interest that pertain to Harlem literature, music, religion and art. History will truly come to life as the walking tour is complemented by accompanying music, videos and pictures. Imagine listening to Ella Fitzgerald while viewing the Savoy Ballroom or enjoying Billie Holiday's music while taking in Harlem's architecture. Led by a born and bred Harlem resident, this tour will truly give you an insight into the area's unique culture.
    Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour

    515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York

    • Learn about the Harlem's rich culture with a multimedia-enhanced walking tour
    • Visit cultural sights that highlight Harlem's literary, artistic and musical history
    • Enjoy the perfect accompanying music as you view famous sights such as the Savoy Ballroom
    • Get an insight into Harlem from your born and raised Harlem guide
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    Night On The Town Tour

    Departing from Midtown by air-conditioned coach, your tour takes you first to the Meat Packing District for a fully-guided walking tour of High Line Park. This historic park was constructed over the former High Line, an elevated freight railroad track that connected trains directly to factories and warehouses. These long forgotten tracks have been transformed into a spectacular park with public art and native greenery, and from your vantage point you'll enjoy views of the Hudson River at sunset.

    Next you'll be transported to dinner at Grotta Azzurra, one of New York's oldest Italian restaurants in the heart of Little Italy. Grotta Azzura was founded in 1908 by the Davino family and was once an evening hangout for the "Rat Pack" after Frank Sinatra named it his favorite Italian restaurant. Here you'll enjoy a traditional Italian dinner from a choice of entrees (see itinerary section below for menu details) with soft drinks included.

    After dinner, you'll transfer to South Street Seaport for a one-hour cruise of Manhattan Harbor. The spectacular New York skyline is a breathtaking sight to behold and while you sail past the Statue of Liberty, toast your experience with a complimentary glass of champagne.

    End the evening with impressive views from the 70th floor of Rockefeller Center at the Top of the Rock Observatory. The three floors of indoor and outdoor decks offer the perfect panoramic view of New York City at night. The perfect way to complete your night out on the town!
    Night On The Town Tour

    777 8th Ave, New York

    • Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the High Line at sunset, eat a lavish dinner in Little Italy, cruise under the Statue of Liberty, and conclude your evening at the Top of the Rock Observation Deck
    • Learn, from your well-versed tour guide, the facts and stories behind these essential NYC locations
    • Have a night on the town with this all-encompassing NYC tour
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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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    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.
    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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    Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Neighbors of Greenwich Village Tour

    Watch out for flying ectoplasm! This walking tour of Greenwich Village will have you in search of some of its most esteemed phantom inhabitants, including Edgar Allen Poe, Aaron Burr, and Eleanor Roosevelt's pet pooch, Fala. You'll be getting an intimate introduction into this storied neighborhood, including a look at its architecture and an ample dose of history. But the highlights of the tour are the chilling urban legends your guide will regale you with that go hand-in-hand with visits to some of the area's most haunted locales. You'll learn about the haunts that frequent New York University Library, the Washington Square Arch, Washington Square Park, and multiple spots that were frequented by the master of horror himself, the aforementioned Poe. But really this tour is all about the ghost puppy.
    Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Neighbors of Greenwich Village Tour

    Washington Square Park, New York

    • Enjoy a walking tour of the Greenwich Village and hear some its most prevalent folklore and ghost stories
    • Discover the history of some of the area's most famous inhabitants and the legacy they left behind
    • Thrill your mind and stretch your legs during this intimate look at one of NYC's most famous neighborhoods
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