The last week of August has arrived, with fall just around the corner. But before you get excited for autumn, there’s still some lively summer events going on.More
Coming to NYC on May 7th and 8th for the first time in almost 100 years is America’s Cup. Here are the places in NYC and NJ to view the this spectacular sailing race.More
There are two things most commuters don’t realize about Penn: First, there used to be a gorgeous Beaux Arts station that was demolished in the mid-60’s. Second: Parts of that old station can still be found today. They’ve just been buried under the arena that landed on top of them.
On our tour of the Remnants of …More
Join the New York Adventure on a day-long bus tour of Hudson Valley’s famous breweries. Nature, beautiful sights, and beer. What could possibly be better?More
While spring has not quite sprung, we’re planning ahead with some great walking tours for May, in partnership with Abandoned NYC, Boroughs of the Dead and Oscar Wilde Tours.
Exploration of Dead Horse Bay with Abandoned NYC: Saturday, May 2nd 12:45 pm
Back by popular demand, join photographer/urban explorer Will Ellis on a walk through the weird side …More
On Sunday, October 19th we’ll be hosting a cocktail at the hidden speakeasy Bathtub Gin in Chelsea, following a walking tour of the Tenderloin neighborhoodMore
Untapped Cities is all about experiencing everything that New York City has to offer. For the week of Oct 6 – 12, we are excited for pizza, farmers markets, and so much more!More
We present our curated picks for events in NYC: Oyster Week, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Central Perk, Upper Manhattan, Central Park, Bushwich Graffiti & Street ArtMore
We’ve got an exciting batch of tours planned for this fall, with a great deal to explore in the great city of New York, including the escape routes for a former speakeasy, the epic Brooklyn Army Terminal, a vertical climb up the Cathedral of St John the Divine, a walking tour of the Tenderloin, New York …More
Join us for a tour of the remains of NYC’s most famous red light district, The Tenderloin. We’ll also see Tin Pan Alley, the birthplace of modern pop music.More
Join us for a vertical tour of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, where you could enjoy the view of Manhattan from atop the largest cathedral in the world.More
Check out our list of top 10 things to do in New York City this week, including Brooklyn BEAT, a Federal Reserve tour, and a tour of East River redevelopment.More