We're one of the NYC organizations participating in 2 for 1 Week, which means you get two tickets for the price of one on any of our behind the scenes tours.
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.
While we usually associate the Upper East Side with private clubs and fancy hotels, you might not know that it’s also home to Temple Emanu-El, the largest Reform temple in the world and one of the largest of any Jewish denomination.
On Wednesday, January 22nd, we’ll be offering readers the chance for intimate, hour-long tour of the Woolworth Building led by Jason Crowley.
The American Planning Association Gays & Lesbians in Planning Division presents a series of tours in NYC looking at planning from minority perspective.
New York City has its share of haunted spots, like Washington Square Park, a former burial site, the New Amsterdam
As part of its new series of tours entitled “Secret Lives”, the Historic District Council covers Pomander Walk, a delightful
The Municipal Arts Society and Jane Jacobs Present Jane's Walks 2013, including an Untapped Cities tour of Woodside, Queens.
The AIA NY Chapter sponsors a boat tour highlighting notable architececture around Manhattan, also highlighting New Jersey, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
40 years after recording and releasing his music, Rodriguez plays live in San Francisco and gets the admiration he deserves by both new and long time fans.