3. Go Back in Time to Dutch New Amsterdam

A tour guest touches an 18th century wall

Touch the past on an Untapped New York walking tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam. Travel back many New Year’s Eves ago to when New York City was still a colony under Dutch rule. As you walk the city’s original coastline (it wasn’t where it is now) and street grid (much of which IS still where it was), you will discover the relics of New York’s first European settlement.


Along the way, you will actually get to touch the physical remnants of Lower Manhattan’s past, from an 18th-century stone wall to the oldest fence in New York City which dates to revolutionary times. All of Untapped New York’s tours are run with adherence to our new health and safety measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for our guests and our guides.