Bus Tours in New York City can be a great and affordable alternative to the crowded subway system. If you want to see the city and travel between attractions, tour buses are strongly recommended.
Love it or loathe it, Wall Street is a bastion of power and influence whose stirring sights beg exploration. This small group tour takes the bull by the horns with an ambitious walk amid the staggering culture of money and the historical treasures of the world's financial epicenter.
On the Bear Mountain Fall Foliage Cruise from New York City, you will experience a leisurely cruise as you view the beautiful fall foliage and the historic splendor along the Hudson River.
Best Deal in NYC! See ALL of New York City for three days aboard deluxe double decker buses on the All Loops Tour. This includes unlimited hop-on, hop-off fun at over 50 stops with the Uptown Loop, Downtown Loop, Brooklyn Loop, Bronx Tour and Night Tour and on a Sightseeing Ferry. PLUS - you get tickets to three New York City attractions, tours or dining establishments - and you get to select them from a list.
Come aboard and take New York's only Brooklyn sightseeing cruise. Hug the Brooklyn shoreline as you head past classic neighborhoods, pass Governors Island and the Statue of Liberty, then head up the East River toward three landmark bridges.
Spend some time on the beat with a retired NYPD officer or detective, learning the shocking truth behind New York’s organized crime rings, white collar swindlers and modern scandals. Together you’ll visit traditional hotbeds of NYC crime like Chinatown, the Lower East Side, and a more recent addition to the list of New York’s most notorious; Wall Street. In these classic neighborhoods you’ll learn how the city shaped - and was shaped by - organized crime.
Visit the hippest neighborhood of Williamsburg in this small-group walking tour and discover cutting-edge culture, fascinating history, and creative street art. Experience the pulse of one of the most sought-after places in the world and gain insight into its booming popularity. By the end of the walk you'll see why everyone is talking about Brooklyn!
This combo tour provides visitors with an up close and personal walking tour to uncover some of New York City's "gangster" history, followed by a night of stand-up comedy during a scenic boat cruise. Dinner is included.
Climb aboard the city's only guided bus tour of Brooklyn's BEST pizzerias: Grimaldi's in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn for their award-winning Neapolitan style pizza and L & B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst for their award-winning Sicilian style pizza! Both restaurants have been featured on the Travel Channel, the Food Network and are highly rated on the ZAGAT Survey. Please Note: Price includes 2 slices of pizza and a soft drink at each of the two pizzerias.
This 4 1/2 hour small group tour visits famous Brooklyn locations. Explore Brooklyn Heights, The Promenade, Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, Grand Army Plaza, Park Slope, Green-Wood Cemetery, Ebbets Field where the Brooklyn Dodgers played, Victorian Flatbush and more.
Experience two of Brooklyn's top neighborhoods - historic Brooklyn Heights and trendy DUMBO. This will be a walk through time as you journey through 200 years in just 2 hours...from stately townhomes of the 1800s to cutting-edge loft buildings of the modern day. Brooklyn Heights is a leafy neighborhood of historic brownstone townhouses. DUMBO is a cutting-edge loft district which is one of NYC's most hip neighborhoods.
Enjoy a unique Bus Tour that includes food tastings and an exclusive guided walking tour of Brooklyn's incredible history, culture and culinary delights. What better way to explore the ethnic diversity of New York City than this exclusive History and Gastronomy lesson in this varied international culinary tour of Brooklyn. Take a trip back in time and around the world and see a part of New York City you probably didn't even know existed!
Toast your way through the past and present of beer brewing in Brooklyn. On this tour, you'll take a behind-the-scenes look at how beer is made at one of Brooklyn's three present-day breweries, explore the pre-prohibition era as you check out 19th century brewery buildings and a church, and share stories of the German immigrants who worked and lived in the neighborhood in those days, and, of course, have plenty of craft beer and food along the way.
A private (6 max) of Brooklyn in the company of an urban historian, looking at its "golden age" in the 19th century.
A small-group tour (6 max) of Brooklyn in the company of an urban historian, looking at its "golden age" in the 19th century.
Discover delicious mom & pop shops and restaurants and experience how food is the engine of a local eco-system. Brooklyn's Smith and Court Streets and surrounding neighborhoods have a vibrant mix of small, locally owned, artisanal food shops (both old and new) unlike almost any other neighborhood in America. On this small group walking tour you will find out how that came to be and what makes it tick.
Enjoy a hop-on, hop-off tour in Brooklyn, New York. This tour will stop at Brooklyn Promenade/ Cadman Plaza, Atlantic Avenue, Barclay Center, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Public Library, Fort Greene Park and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Customers will also see Old Fulton Landing, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline.
If you’re a fan of rap music, then “Where Brooklyn At” is a must-do during your time in New York! For many years, Downtown Brooklyn was the hub of Hip Hop Culture in Brooklyn. The tour route allows you to see both city and hip hop landmarks and visit the neighborhoods, schools and street corners depicted in the lyrics of famous Hip Hop songs.
September 11, 2001 - an event that shook the world and everyone remembers where they were that day. Visit Ground Zero to gain a deeper understanding of 9/11, the affect it had on the city (and the world!) and the long struggle undergone in New York City to move forward from that day.
On the Slice of Brooklyn Chocolate Tour, you'll visit four of the best chocolate makers in New York City: Jacques Torres, The Chocolate Room, Raaka Chocolates and Li-Lac Chocolates. You'll sample signature chocolate creations at each stop, see how the chocolate is made and meet the chocolatiers themselves. There will also be opportunities to purchase items to take home (optional shopping expenses not included).
This Brooklyn Holiday Lights Tour invites New Yorkers and tourists alike to come visit the Italian-American section of Dyker Heights, made famous in 2001 PBS documentary "Dyker Lights" and most recently on TLC's "Crazy Christmas Lights." Each year, the residents of Dyker Heights compete to have the biggest, best, and brightest Christmas decorations. In addition to over-the-top Christmas lights, there are large inflatable Christmas decorations, animatronic toys and motorized displays. You'll also visit Bay Ridge which has also become known for their Christmas lights.
With this special tour package, you’ll experience the magic of New York City’s many renowned landmarks and neighborhoods, plus have the chance to visit a brand new attraction! Let professional tour guides lead the way and share their knowledge of the city’s rich history and culture as you customize your tour by taking advantage of unlimited hop-on, hop-off access at 40+ stops on 5 tour loops throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx. Then, truly see it ALL by ascending to the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere in less than sixty seconds, then looking toward the horizon and feeling the city’s invincible spirit. Take a walk high above the streets of New York with an experience unlike any other - One World Observatory where you can SEE FOREVER™.
This tour includes a pass for double decker buses that cover the major sightseeing spots in New York PLUS a ticket for your choice of one attraction from a list of more than a dozen. Your bus tour privileges are valid for 48 hours, too!
This culinary tour of Greenwich Village takes you deep into the history and culture of one of New York City’s most legendary neighborhoods by way of the food that has defined it for generations. Traveling with a local foodie, you’ll wander The Village, stopping at some of its best food spots (from sit-down restaurants to delicious holes-in-the-wall) learning what sets this small community apart from the rest of NYC as the place to eat Italian food.
Get the Best of Lower Manhattan - where two of the city's premiere attractions are located - the Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero. You will visit them both, plus enjoy pre-reserved admission to the fabulous new One World Observatory.
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