Custom tours tailored to your area of interest and schedule. These tours may span from a few hours to several days. They may include for example Beaux-Arts, Art Deco, Contemporary Starchitects, esoteric museums, ethnic foods, or natural habitats within the urban landscape. Destinations outside the city may also be arranged.
You've walked the High Line, perhaps several times. You may even have taken the free docent's tour, but you still wonder about the amazing structures surrounding New York's celebrated promenade. This tour fills in the blanks in the conversation between the superlative talents that are transforming the neighborhood with the structures that have defined the area for generations.
New York's famed thoroughfare, forever synonymous with the elite, presents a visual odyssey. A stroll down the avenue is just part of this magnificent story. Adjacent blocks are home to buildings like the New York Yacht Club, MoMa, The Austrian Cultural Center and The Algonquin Hotel. This tour may be customized.
Arguably the loveliest of Brooklyn neighborhoods, Brooklyn Heights contains the borough's most varied collection of nineteenth century domestic architecture. This survey of what was America's very first suburb and first declared historic district is a pleasure at every turn. The tour continues down to Fulton Ferry, home to the Great Pizza War and concludes in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The street that is the barometer of New York culture, both high and low, can only be understood in its entirety. This walk, from the Hudson River to the East River covers over a 160 years and previews a soon to be published work by your guide, Wesley Greenbaum.
The enormity of the nation's greatest art museum can be daunting to most. This tour focuses on hidden treasures. A flexible itinerary is offered. A specialized tour may be arranged for the American Wing in particular.
Central Park was the first park designed by the father of American Landscape Architecture, Frederic Law Olmstead. It has influenced the design of urban parks ever since. Come explore this American treasure, the most visited urban park in the world.