Exploring this incredible city is a challenge. There’s just so much to see, so many places to visit, so many experiences to be had; and you don’t want to miss a single one! The sights, the smells, the sounds, and even the flavors of New York City belong to the street. Come with us and travel the way true New Yorkers do: by train, by ferry and on your own two feet. Please note this tour requires you to be on your feet and with lots of walking. This tour is not for those with mobility issues. The tour begins in Times Square, the heart of New York. Learn how a humble horse-trading district became the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” Visit storied Saint Patricks Cathedral, see the New York Public Library, and spot the glittering steel spire of the Chrysler Building. Descend into the tile caverns of Grand Central Terminal and see the amazing Main Concourse on your way to the subway for a trip down to Wall Street to get an insider’s view of the Financial District. Stop by Whispering Corners on your way to the subway before heading down to Wall Street for an insider’s view of the financial district. Pose for a photo with the famous Charging Bull, then head over to the Staten Island Ferry for unparalleled views of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline.
Join our top guides Remy, Jared, Eric, Evan, Allie, Chris, Frank or other amazing teammates as we share NYC with you. We are actors, historians, professionals, comedians, teachers, and journalists. We all share a love of NYC and a knack for engaging guests. We will guide you through the big landmarks while highlighting the small, but significant details. You'll hear personal and inspirational stories of the people who shaped NYC.
See New York's most iconic sites including Times Square, the Broadway Theatre District, Rockefeller Center, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, New York Public Library, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, New York City Subway, Charging Bull Statue, Alexander Hamilton House, Canyon of Heroes, Brooklyn Bridge, the Staten Island Ferry, and the Statue of Liberty!
Comfortable Walking Shoes
Please meet your guide 15 minutes before the tour starts in front of the George M Cohan statue. Please note this tour requires you to be on your feet and with lots of walking. This tour is not for those with mobility issues.
One Day New York Tour