New York City Walking Tours


Whether it’s your first visit to the big apple or you are a regular, there are many ways to see the sights. New York City walking tours are one of the best ways to gain knowledge and background on some of the city’s most important places. While you can take a tour on the ever-popular double-decker buses, walking tours are a great option for those looking to stay active and be as close to the action as possible. Walking tours also offer a unique view of special landmarks and places that may not normally get as much attention. New York City was made to be seen, and a walking tour is a great way to navigate the city and immerse yourself in all it has to offer. Read on below to explore options for unique walking tours sure to satisfy anyone’s interest.

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Madame Tussauds New York

Experience the Sights of New York at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

Are you planning a visit to New York City? Are you seeking fun, interactive, family-friendly activities? Consider visiting Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, where you can have the opportunity to see 220 different wax figures that resemble well-known politicians, popular celebrities and other icons from the past and present. You can also experience the Cinema 4D theatre. The museum’s newest exhibit, entitled The Spirit of New York, features some of the wonders, history and interesting exhibits of New York City. No visit to the City That Never Sleeps is complete without experiencing the wonders of Madame Tussauds.

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NYC Nighttime City Lights Double Decker Bus Tour

Marvel at the bright lights of the big city on a nighttime double decker bus tour. Travel through the magnificent island of Manhattan and be engulfed by its sparkling brilliance. Experience the dazzling sights and sounds of Times Square, the Empire State Building dressed in vibrant colors and Radio City Music Hall’s legendary marquee.  Experience the glamour of New York, illuminated by night.

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Century 21

Century 21 Downtown NYCCentury 21 Department Store is a legendary New York City retailer offering top designer merchandise at incredibly low prices. For over 50 years, C21 has kept stylish shoppers dressed in the biggest names in fashion. With the best style at up to 65% off of retail 100% of the time, you can afford to look great anytime.

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World Trade Center Site ( Ground Zero )


The World Trade Center was conceived in the early 1960s by the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Development Association to bring a halt to the decline of lower Manhattan. The twin towers of the World Trade Center were more than just buildings. They were proof of New York’s belief in itself.

Construction began in 1966.In order to create the 16-acre World Trade Center site, five streets were closed off and 164 buildings were demolished. The north tower was opened in Dec. 1970 and the south tower in Jan. 1972; they were dedicated in April 1973. They were the world’s tallest buildings for only a short time, since the Sears Tower in Chicago was completed in May 1973. However, the towers were ranked as the fifth and sixth tallest buildings in the world at the time of their destruction on Sept. 11, 2001

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Helicopter Tours

htSee New York City like never before! Our Helicopter Sightseeing tours provide you with a bird’s eye view of Manhattan and the surrounding area in comfort and style. Marvel at the splendid architecture of the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building and more as you travel down the Hudson River to the New York Harbor and the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum.

See the George Washington and Verrazano bridges that keep Manhattan connected. Delight in flying by New York’s historic landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Greenwich Village, South Street Seaport, and the 120-year-old Brooklyn Bridge. With four tour options to choose from, this unique adventure is a must-have for your memorable visit to New York City.

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Walkin’ Broadway Tours


Walkin’ Broadway is a unique walking tour of Times Square combining the knowledge of an experienced guide with an audio tour. The tour explores over 30 stop in New York Cities Theater district. The voices of over 40 famous personalities and the music of Broadway is woven into the audio of the tour, making the tour a fun and delightful experience.  The guides will also provide today’s intrigue and backstage news about the plays and musicals currently on the boards! Walkin’ Broadway is an official Time Square walking tour.


  • 90 minutes guided walking tour of the Broadway Theater District in New York City including 30 stops
  • A unique walking guided audio tour
  • Dance down Broadway to the original cast recordings
  • Listen to the stories from the stars of Broadway
  • A guide who shares the personal backstage insights
  • Audio headsets included

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Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is open; work continues on Ellis Island

Liberty Island has reopened, including the Statue. Tickets are available through Statue Cruises, with limited tickets to the pedestal and crown. The park will now focus on restoring Ellis Island, making it safe so that it may reopen as soon as possible.

The Statue of Liberty Information


Liberty Enlightening the World (official name) was a gift of the French people to mark the 100th birthday of the USA in 1886. Sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi devoted 21 years to this colossus. Gustave Eiffel, best known for the Eiffel Tower in Paris, created the structural framework. The Statue of Liberty is 101 feet tall from base to torch, 305 feet tall from pedestal base to torch. She has a 35-foot waist and an 8-foot index finger, and she weighs 450,000 pounds. The seven rays of her crown represent the seven seas and the seven continents. The book in the statue’s right hand is inscribed July 4, 1776 in Latin. Her torch, replaced during the 1986 restoration, has a 24-carat gold-leaf coated flame. She has become an enduring symbol of freedom and was immortalized by the Emma Lazarus poem: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free… Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”

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Museum of Modern Art


Opened in the late 1920s, by influential patrons of the arts to challenge the conservative policies of traditional museums and to establish an institution devoted exclusively to modern art.

From an initial gift of eight prints and one drawing, The Museum of Modern Art’s collection has grown to include over 135,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects. MoMA also owns some 19,000 films, four million stills, and MoMA’s Library and Archives hold over 160,000 books, artist books, and periodicals, extensive individual files on more than 70,000 artists, and archival materials related to modern and contemporary art.

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Staten Island Places of Interest

Staten Island Places of Interest

Staten Island is the third largest borough in area but the least populous and least densely populated. It is the borough farthest removed from Manhattan, separated at its closest point by a five-mile stretch of water. The world-famous Staten Island Ferry covers the distance in 25 minutes.

Visitors who venture beyond the ferry terminal will be pleasantly surprised to find Staten Island is home to dozens of spectacular beaches (Gateway National Recreation Area); an authentic Colonial village (Historic Richmond Town) with buildings dating from the 17th century; Tibetan art treasures in a replica of a Buddhist mountain temple (Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art); America’s first classical Chinese Scholar’s Garden (Snug Harbor Cultural Center); plus breathtaking panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, and the New York harbor from the oldest, continually staffed, military site in the United States (Fort Wadsworth). Plan to spend a day in the New York City Borough even most New Yorkers don’t really know! You won’t be disappointed.

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