A walking tour of the 9/11 Memorial, World Trade Center and other sites connected with the 9/11 terrorist attack and its aftermath including St. Paul’s Chapel, the Firefighters Memorial Wall and new transportation hubs.
Doug Fox conducts private Statue of Liberty tours, which also includes a visit to Ellis Island. Guests may wish to combine these tours with an afternoon visit to the World Trade Center.
The Brooklyn Bridge is both an iconic suspension bridge and, upon its completion in 1883, was an advanced engineering accomplishment that connected the then independent cities of New York and Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Heights is a picturesque neighborhood that is home to many townhomes that predate the Civil War. And it was New York City’s first commuter town following the introduction of the Fulton Ferry steamboat service.
History tour of Lower Manhattan including Wall Street, Federal Hall, New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church, US Custom House, Dutch New Amsterdam, the American Revolution and the New York Harbor.
The South Street Seaport served as a vital shipping and trading hub for New York City during the golden age of sailing ships. Much of the character of this historic neighborhood has been preserved and many commercial buildings have been renovated.
New York City’s Chinatown, located in lower Manhattan, is one of the oldest and largest in the United States. In addition to learning about its history, it is an excellent place to sample its culinary offerings along with those of Little Italy on Mulberry Street.
The Civic Center is packed with historic sites and compelling stories including the infamous Five Points neighborhood, the African Burial Ground, the corrupt Tammany Ring, Newspaper Row and one of the oldest city halls in the country.