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    Gulliver's Gate World of Miniatures

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    Explore 25+ cities from 5 continents and use your complimentary key to bring scenes to life! Gulliver’s Gate is the most technologically advanced & interactive museum of miniatures on the planet. From our functioning airport and naval locks, to the hundreds of hidden scenes and interactive elements scattered throughout our world, we’ve poured our hearts and souls into Gulliver’s Gate. Come explore the work of over 200 master craftsmen & artists from around the world! 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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    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 Fright Tour

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    Washington Square Park: popular tourist destination, hang-out for college students... burial ground of over 10,000 bodies.... Hear the full story from our perturbing Professor as he guides you through Greenwich Village, introducing you to some of the most notorious haunts in New York City! Highlights include dropping in for a monstrous matinee at the Provincetown Playhouse, as well as hearing some poetry from Poe himself! Hey, you might even be able to grab a drink with Aaron Burr! If you're wondering how all of that is possible in a one-and-a-half-hour tour, there's no other way to find out than to join!
    Greenwich Village Fright Tour

    West 4th Street & Macdougal St, New York

    • Take a fright-seeing tour of Greenwich Village
    • Get ready to be scared with spooky stories about this neighborhood's darker past
    • Hear chilling accounts of encounters with the supernatural, including a poetry reading from Poe himself
    • Explore creepy cafes, spooked stages, and haunted hotels that will send chills down your spine
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    1 positive reviews
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    9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour

    Never forget September eleventh; memorialize the most devastating attack on our nation's soil in decades. Take a one-and-a-half-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September Eleventh Memorial, and gain insight into the attacks on the World Trade Center. A local guide shares firsthand stories of the event and its aftermath while you visit 9/11-related sites such as St Paul's Chapel, the Fireman's Memorial and the reflecting pools, dedicated to the thousands of lives lost. You may also upgrade your tour to include a pre-reserved ticket to the One World Observatory and look out over the New York skyline. Take a moment to remember the tragic events of nine eleven and to mourn those lost that day.
    9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour

    Saint Paul's Chapel, 209 Broadway, New York

    • Take a look at personal memorabilia and photographs that still hang inside St Paul's Chapel
    • See landmarks such as Brookfield Place (aka the World Financial Center), and gain a deeper understanding of the horrific events as you listen to firsthand stories from your guide
    • Visit the Fireman's Memorial, and explore the site where the World Trade Center once stood
    • Head straight up to the One World Observatory and watch a brief video that dramatically reveals New York City in three dimensions
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    Harlem Gospel Walking Tour

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    Enjoy a leisurely paced walking tour that will give you an insight into Harlem's culture and history. A born and raised Harlem resident will take you to sights pertinent to 1920s Harlem: think of places like the "Cotton Club" and "Savoy Ballroom." Your guide will provide you with supplemental multimedia such as music, pictures and videos so that history will truly come alive. After taking in Harlem's grand boulevards and beautiful architecture, your guide will transport you to an authentic Harlem church. Wrap up this leisurely tour by taking part in a warm and open gospel church service that is sure to uplift your spirit.
    Harlem Gospel Walking Tour

    515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York

    • Learn about the Harlem's rich history and cultural background
    • Experience historic Harlem sights with complementary music, videos and pictures
    • Take part in an authentic and uplifting gospel church service
    • Get an insight to this neighborhood's culture from your born and raised Harlem guide
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    1 positive reviews
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    Woolworth Building Tour (90 Min)

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    Granted New York City Landmark status in 1983, the Woolworth Building is normally closed to the public, but on this private tour, you can get exclusive access to all three areas of the main lobby! Your tour guide will provide a brief discussion of some of the more important elements of the building, including the neo-Gothic architecture of its unique terracotta exterior. You'll also learn more about the building's interior, from the lobby to the lower level to the mezzanine. Along the way, you'll get a close look at some of the murals and mosaics that have fascinated people for decades. There will be time for you to ask questions and photographs are allowed but no flash or videos are permitted.
    Woolworth Building Tour (90 Min)

    233 Broadway, New York

    • Explore the Woolworth Building on an exclusive tour
    • Learn about the neo-Gothic architecture of the building's unique terracotta exterior
    • Take pictures of the lobby, lower level, and mezzanine that are closed to the public
    • Discover fun facts about the building that was granted NYC Landmark status in 1983
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    5 positive reviews
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    Harlem Juke Joint Jazz Tour

    Ever want to be that cool cat that knows where all the hidden nightspots are? This tour is your chance. Led by a neighborhood insider that knows everybody and who everybody knows, you'll hit the floor of one Harlem's most legendary venues, Minton's Playhouse. The "birthplace of bebop" was the stomping ground of some of the biggest jazz icons of the mid-20th century. If you're a jazz vocalist or musician, you might even get to jam alongside the world-class performers of the Sugar Hill Jazz Quartet. In addition to partying at Minton's Playhouse, you'll pay homage to some of the great musicians enshrined on the walls of the landmark Apollo Theater. While these two destinations are must-stops, your tour guide might elect to spontaneously divert you to one of the many local dive bars in Harlem if she catches word of an impromptu jam session breaking out that can't be missed. This is a Harlem experience you won't get through any travel book!
    Harlem Juke Joint Jazz Tour

    300 West 116th St, New York

    • Discover a jazz bar on a hidden Harlem street that has been frequented by some of the biggest names in music
    • Take in two sets of live jazz jams by a world-class band
    • Visit the historic Apollo Theater and other Harlem hot spots
    • Enjoy an evening of entertainment and musical education
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    Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour

    Learn the exciting history of how a band of brave men and women formed the networks that became the Underground Railroad. Visit an archeological site and memorial dedicated to the memory of enslaved Africans in colonial America. View a former station of the Underground Railroad. Learn about the riots, revolts and dramatic escapes that occurred during the era of American slavery. Listen to tales of courage and triumph and discover the stories of real New Yorkers who risked their lives and properties to help people escape slavery.
    Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour

    1 Bowling Green, New York

    • Visit the site of the city’s first slave market and learn about the origins of slavery in colonial New York.
    • Discover the secret escapes of the Underground Railroad and view a former stop along this famous route.
    • Visit the African Burial Ground Memorial, a powerful tribute to the nation’s earliest known African and African American cemetery.
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    New York Craft Cocktail Tour

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    Do you consider yourself a cocktail aficionado? Or perhaps you're the kind of person who sits down at a cocktail bar and orders a beer? Regardless, this is the tour for you! This Happy Hour tour will bring you to the center of New York's booming cocktail culture as you visit some of the best cocktail bars in the city. Along the way you will sample delicious libations, swap tales of speakeasies and gangsters, and shop for new local craft spirit. You'll even get a chance to learn how to make craft cocktails, while discovering some of the best places to grab a drink in the Big Apple. It's a great way to start off an unforgettable evening in New York City.
    New York Craft Cocktail Tour

    Avenue A & St Marks Pl, New York

    • Find the best tucked-away places to grab a drink in New York's East Village
    • Learn how prohibition shaped NYC, and the speakeasies and gangsters who influenced the city's cocktail culture
    • Discover new spirits from local micro-distilleries and see how bartenders are revolutionizing cocktails in America with fresh, artisanal ingredients
    • Taste delicious craft cocktails at some of New York's best bars
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    28 positive reviews

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