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Version 13 – August 21, 2020 10:16

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  • Midtown Manhattan Private Walking Tour with Express Empire State Tickets
  • Manhattan's Skyscrapers + Empire State Building Private Tour
Description
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres with many of the city’s most famous sights of New York.
  • If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting, and backstage gossip.
  • While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928.
  • After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to gaze out upon the city.
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district. * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters. * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas. * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878. * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor. * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.
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  • Not wheelchair accessible

Version 7 – May 06, 2020 11:30

Description
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district. * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters. * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas. * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878. * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor. * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district.
  • * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters.
  • * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas.
  • * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878.
  • * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor.
  • * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.

Version 6 – May 06, 2020 08:56

Description
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district.
  • * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters.
  • * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas.
  • * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878.
  • * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor.
  • * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district. * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters. * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas. * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878. * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor. * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.

Version 1 – April 07, 2020 17:14

Description Summary
  • See the best of Manhattan’s middle and immerse yourself in the spirit of Times Square, the Theatre District, and the Rockefeller Centre
Description
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district. * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters. * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas. * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878. * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor. * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.
  • South of Central Park lies one of the world's most important cultural and business centres. With many of the city’s most famous sights, mid town Manhattan is one of the best places to experience the spirit of New York. On your fascinating **Private Walking Tour of Manhattan**, soak up its unique ambience, breathe in its frenetic pace, and seek out its unforgettable highlights.
  • * Begin your tour in the heart of New York City’s theatre district.
  • * Yield to the neon-lit bustle of Times Square, NYC’s most famous intersection, a monumentally busy mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters.
  • * Admire some of Manhattan’s most beautiful Art Deco structures, like the Rockefeller building, and Lawrie’s statue of Atlas.
  • * Marvel at neo-GothicSt Patrick’s Cathedral - the city’s beacon of Catholicism since 1878.
  • * Stroll glamorous, affluent **Fifth Avenue** to gaze at the world-famous window displays of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor.
  • * Enjoyjaw-dropping views from the topof the famous 443m Empire State Building, one of NYC’s iconic landmarks.
  • Conjure up images of New York City and it will be Manhattan: the ritzy, glitzy heart of the Big Apple jam-packed with big-name attractions. If there is a per-place limit on iconic landmarks, Manhattan flouts the rules - squeezing Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Met and MoMA, Times Square’s 3,685-square-foot flashing LED screens and Broadway’s bright lights into 22.7 small square miles. Well known by actors and stage-junkies, New York’s dazzling Theatre District has been part of Manhattan since the late 19th century and its rich history provides a glorious mix of greasepaint, star-spotting and backstage gossip. While in the bustle of Times Square, learn how it earned its name when the New York Times opened an office there and erected an electronic news ticker - “The Zipper'' - in 1928\. Though the newspaper office has relocated, the area remains a media hotspot, serving as host and home to the likes of MTV and Condé Nast. Times Square is an icon, a Hollywood backdrop, and the heart of the Big Apple, and where there is proof - should you need it - that New York is the city that never sleeps. After a long stroll past New York’s Public Library, depart from your guide in front of the Empire State Building, where you will enjoy express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building to retrace your steps and gaze out upon the city.
Cancellation Notes
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund