Downtown Highlights NYC Walking Tour: From Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to Wall Street and 9/11 Memorial
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The next day we did Central Park with Max. This tour was fabulous as well. Lots of interesting park features that I have walked right by before and never noticed. Great information about the forming of Central Park. We all loved this tour equally as well. Thank you Max!
I will use CityRovers every time I am in NYC!!!
There is so much more to New York than the famous skyscrapers, bright lights, and noisy traffic. Get a bit more off the beaten path with us one of or more of the following fun walking tours:
How strenuous is this walk? This walk covers about 3 miles on foot in a little over 3 hours. The terrain is flat. You’ll be on your feet most of the time, though we will take a break at a coffee shop in the middle of the tour for a bathroom break and optional snacks/refreshments (not included). However, we try to maintain a steady walking pace to cover all the areas of interest. So if you think you might find it difficult to keep up at a moderate walking speed with the rest of the group, please consider a private tour with us, which can be tailored to suit your pace and fitness level.
What About Kids? Our public tours are not ideal for young children, as they involve a lot of walking and cover topics geared to adults. If you would like to tour with us and have children ages 10 and younger, please contact us about a private tour. That said, there are 2 “child” tickets ($25 each) available for each public tour for children ages 12 and under.
Meeting Point: Detailed meeting point instructions will be emailed to you once your reservation has been processed. The tour starts downtown near Bowling Green and ends near the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
Stops: There will be at least 1 restroom break during our walk. Each participant will also be offered a complimentary bottle of water and a small snack on the walk. A meal prior to the tour is recommended. During cold or inclement weather, we may visit historic buildings like Federal Hall Memorial Museum, Trinity Church, or Saint Paul’s Chapel.
Weather: Our public tours take place rain or shine, barring a severe storm in the forecast, in which case we would email or call you and offer options to switch to another tour or reschedule. If severe weather prevents us from leading this tour and you are unable to switch or reschedule to another, then we would issue you a refund for the tour in question.
Are gratuities included? Guide gratuities are not included in the tour price, so if you enjoy your tour, tips are very much appreciated.