Everything you always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask.
Are there really alligators in the sewers? Did the Freemasons leave hidden ciphers that are still visible today? Should I really eat a hot dog from a cart? The answers are: maybe, yes, and it depends. This tour focuses on sights and experiences that are hidden, obscure, and mostly unknown to even native New Yorkers and most professional tour guides.
We'll start at Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan and work our way up through the historic district, into Chinatown, and then take a short subway ride to Greenwich Village. Along the way we'll see abandoned subway stations, hidden alleys, the former mansion of Edgar Allen Poe, and a very popular park, that unbeknownst to most, was once a very popular graveyard. Yeah, its going to be that kind of an afternoon.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street.
Duration: 4 hours
Five hours if taken as a shore excursion, or with an airport pickup from JFK or LGA.
This is a walking tour, with one subway ride. To arrange transportation by private car, please message me to create a custom tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3 US Dollars - The only expense will be for a single subway ride per person.
Living in Manhattan, I do not own a car, but I can arrange transportation with a private car company upon request.