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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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    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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    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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    Underground Subway Tour

    It's right there under your feet, you probably ride it everyday, but how much do you know about this city's amazing subway system? Take this tour to learn the history behind the iconic New York subway -- all the art, all the history, all the technical breakthroughs, all the "whys" and all the shenanigans that went into this spectacular achievement. Start on the southern tip of Lower Manhattan at Bowling Green and delve into the underground subway system to begin your tour. Get a look at the subway that few people, even lifelong New Yorkers, usually see. Work your way up along the original 1904 system and through Times Square. Explore the areas of the system that are open to the public (not the tunnels) but in most cases overlooked. You'll finish off at Grand Central Terminal, ending with a discussion of the exterior of this iconic station. Unravel the tangled web that runs just beneath your feet with this informative tour.
    Underground Subway Tour

    Bowling Green Whitehall St, New York

    • Discover one of the largest parts of NYC's infrastructure
    • Learn the history of the technical breakthroughs that have shaped the tunnels beneath the streets
    • Explore the iconic art of mosaics and other mediums used by subway artists
    • Gain an understanding of this enormous transportation system, and in turn gather a better understanding about the best city in the world -- NYC!
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    Sunday Funday! Taste of Williamsburg Tour

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    Some call it hip; some call it hipster; we call it local! Come explore Williamsburg, Brooklyn on this ridiculously fun, boozy tasting tour. There is no better way to experience a neighborhood and take pleasure in its unique charm than by walking in the shoes of its residents. Not only will you get to try some tasty treats at local favorite Williamsburg establishments, but you can indulge in some shopping while meeting local designers as well. Knowing the best hangs is crucial to experiencing this hood to the max, and your super knowledgeable and fun local guide will dish out the history of the neighborhood while you savor the local flavor that is unique to this bohemian mecca. Visit Brooklyn Oenology and Brooklyn Brewery for tours and tastings, and indulge in award-winning BBQ (vegetarian option), desserts at Mast Brothers Chocolate, and ice cream created by an Iron Chef contestant at Odd Fellows. From the Williamsburg waterfront with stunning NYC views, to Brewer's Row, to spectacular shopping & street art, this tour truly has it all!
    Sunday Funday! Taste of Williamsburg Tour

    218 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn

    • Explore Williamsburg, Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhood, on this guided walking tour
    • Stop by galleries, shops, and rooftop hot spots to experience the neighborhood like a local
    • Visit a winery and a brewery for tours and tastings, and get the chance to sample some great local bites
    • Indulge in some shopping while meeting the local designers
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    5 positive reviews
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    Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tour

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    So you're thinking about staying in to watch a movie but can't decide what to watch -- "A Walk to Remember"? "Walk the Line"? "Walking Tall"? It sounds like you've got something else on your mind. Scratch that itch! Join Central Park Sightseeing for an incredible walking tour that explores the beauty and history of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. As you travel at an easy pace, your guide will point out the historic areas of Olde New York, such as Wall Street and the Trinity Church. Next you'll walk around the area of South Street Seaport, an area central to the immigrant narratives of the 19th and 20th centuries. Get a taste of history as you pass by City Hall and Chinatown. And remember to bring your camera: there will be spectacular view from the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. Sign up and you'll be walking on sunshine!
    Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tour

    110 South Street Seaport, New York

    • Explore the beauty of lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn bridge on a 2-hour walking tour
    • Begin at the Olde New York hotspots and end at the South Street Seaport
    • Discover a history that began in the early 17th century
    • Get some exercise while you tour!
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    Brooklyn Graffiti & Street Art Excursion

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    Ready to explore the rebellious, politically-conscious world of street art? See the best and most absurd Brooklyn graffiti, including a variety of different tags, murals, and posters this underground art scene has to offer. You'll learn about the history of modern graffiti art and explore some of the lore that surrounds it. Graffiti legends like Blek Le Rat and Banksy will be important parts of the discussion on the mainstream acceptance of this deviant form. Explore the mystery and controversy that has made graffiti and street art such a hot topic in the past few decades.
    Brooklyn Graffiti & Street Art Excursion

    Bushwick, Brooklyn

    • See Brooklyn's graffiti and art scene and hear about its history and lore
    • Learn about the different types of graffiti, such as tags, murals and posters
    • Immerse yourself in the mystery, controversy, and mainstream acceptance of street art
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    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act Two

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    You know Broadway. You've walked through the theatre district. You've probably even been to a show. But you've never seen Broadway like this. Experience the famous sights and sounds of New York's "Great White Way!" On this tour, you'll stroll to famous theaters such as The Winterhaven, The Broadway Theater, and The Gershwin. While walking, you'll learn the history of Broadway, discussing famous stars, songs, and show stoppers. If you're a theater guru or soon-to-be star, then you better familiarize yourself with the terrain.
    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act Two

    Times Square, New York

    • Experience the sights, sounds, and history of New York's musical theatre district
    • Enjoy a fun-filled, historical, and memorable walking tour through Times Square
    • Visit famous theaters like The Winterhaven, The Belasco, and The Gershwin
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    Gay Greenwich Village Piano Bar Pub Crawl

    Want to unlock the musical magic of Greenwich Village? It helps to have a key. Or 88. Pianos. We're talking about pianos. Hit the Village streets with an actual musical theatre performer for an epic Piano Bar Pub Crawl. Join in joyous renditions of your favorite showtunes. Enjoy a drink or two or several. Explore up and down both Christopher Street and Gay Street. Learn about the history, culture, and LGBT spirit of the Village. Tap into its artistic side. Sing and drink some more. Venue stops include Julius', the city's oldest gay bar, and the Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 gay rights riots. Then, finish up at Marie's Crisis Cafe, an historic haven for musical theatre performers. It's going to be a gay old time.
    Gay Greenwich Village Piano Bar Pub Crawl

    159 W 10th St, New York

    • Get to know Greenwich Village during a piano pub crawl hitting several prominent gay hangouts
    • Learn about the Village's musical theatre influences and sing along to popular show tunes
    • Enhance the fun with drinks and food
    • Boost your spirits during an informative and social outing
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