39 Fitzgerald Street, Yonkers, NY, 10710
20 West 29th Street, New York, NY, 10001
148 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11217
602 Surf Avenue, New York, NY, 11224
Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, NY, 11228
Two-day tour of New York to explore city landmarks from a panoramic perspective! Explore the historic cities in the East Coast and feel the charm of the new capital and the old. Participate in in-depth activities and feel the majestic momentum of the great falls! Take a visit the world-top schoolâ€”Harvard University! Enjoy the authentic Boston lobster in the famous Quincy Market! Room Details All hotel rooms are based on two Full / Double beds or one King/Queen bed depends on what hotel availiable on the day. The maximum occupancy per room is four travelers. One Room Selection If you are a party of more than four guests or desire to have separate rooms, please provide a separate booking. Avoid traveling in a different bus? If you have more than one booking, please provide all confirmation numbers once your bookings are complete.
1. Stay Overnight in scenic area hotel, few minutes walk to the one of the Seven "New World Wonders" - Niagara Falls! 2. 24 hours in the Niagara Falls area with many in-depth tour options, and watch the spectacular Niagara Falls Illumination! Experience the Watkins Glen in Finger Lake Area. 3. Get closer to Niagara Falls by taking the Maid of Mist! 4. Enjoy the night view of Niagara Falls. 5. In-Depth tour of Niagara River: Whirlpool Park, Old Fort Niagara and Great Lake Ontario. Room Details All hotel rooms are based on two Full / Double beds or one King/Queen bed depends on what rooms are availiable at the hotel on the day. The maximum occupancy per room is four travelers. One Room Selection If you are a party of more than four guests or desire to have separate rooms, please create separate bookings. Avoid traveling in a different bus? If you have more than one booking, please provide all confirmation numbers once your bookings are complete.
Discover one of the country's largest collection of Victorian homes on this tour of one of Brooklyn's most historic neighborhoods. Flatbush is one of the most historic sections of Brooklyn. But its most beautiful treasure is the Victorian Flatbush subsection, developed in the late 19th-century. Several small historic districts, mansions, a hidden tennis club, and a church dating back to 1654 are some of the highlights you will see on this tour in central Brooklyn. On this small-group tour, you will see a neighborhood that is a microcosm of the history of Brooklyn.
Discover the heart of Brooklyn, just one subway stop from Manhattan, on a food tour led by a 5th generation Brooklynite. Explore quintessential New York cuisine – bagels, pizza, and the finest coffee and tea -- at spots that only locals know about. Can offer tour as a group or private, upon request! Can also customize times or stops. Our adventure isn't just about food; it's about stories. Learn how each establishment's owners found their way to Brooklyn and how they've impacted the Williamsburg, Brooklyn community. Dive into Brooklyn's history, from 1800s immigrants to its vibrant present. You'll also have opportunities for the perfect photoshoot -- right by the Brooklyn waterfront! Other things to note: - The tour is inclusive of food and beverages - Please share any dietary restrictions or preferences ahead of time. The tour cannot accommodate a gluten free diet - This tour is suitable for locals, national and international tourists!
Made in Brooklyn Tours® are award-winning walking tours with a Made in Brooklyn theme. They blend Brooklyn's distinguished history with visits to creative people and small businesses makin' it here right now. Shop for unique Made in Brooklyn products. Discover the innovators of Brooklyn's Industrial Revolution. Experience how the Digital Revolution has transformed Brooklyn into a creative community with a unique, sustainable lifestyle. And get a proud Brooklynite's perspective on what has made Brooklyn so great and see how Brooklyn is still makin' it today. Visitors will travel through time from the building of the Brooklyn Bridge to the urban decay of the '70s and '80s and on to Brooklyn's transformation into a creative community of artists, designers and makers with a sustainable lifestyle. See who's makin' it in Brooklyn!