The Upper Manhattan Tour basically includes Manhattan from Central Park South (59th Street) uptown to the northern most part of the island. Manhattan is an island. It is only 13.4 miles long and just over 2 miles wide at it’s widest, covering nearly 23 square miles.  This tour includes Central Park, the Upper Eastside, Upper Westside, Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood.

A Tour Designed With You In Mind

This tour is generally a 4 hour tour, depending on how many stops you wish to make, and usually can be extended if you so desire.  All our tours are specifically designed for you!  No two tours are alike as all our guests have different interests.  If you wish to have lunch while on tour, suggestions and arrangements can be made for you.

Your starting and ending location is usually at your hotel. However, we will gladly meet you at any local location you desire. Our tours are all about you and New York City!

Your tour will begin by your driver/tour guide asking questions such as: “How many times have you visited New York City? What have you seen thus far during your visit? What is it that is most important for you to see and do?” Then, we point out on a New York City map the geographical layout of Manhattan, the Boroughs, and neighborhoods. And then, we customize a tour specifically designed for you and your interests. If you have a list of sites, stores, and neighborhoods you wish to visit, we are here to accommodate your wishes.

Sites & Neighborhoods

Upper Manhattan is the northern portion of Manhattan. The sites and neighborhoods you will see and visit include the following: the Upper Eastside (the wealthiest neighborhood in the USA), 5th Avenue (Museum Mile) including the remaining gilded age mansions – along with the Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Frick Collection. Also, Park Avenue, Madison Avenue and Central Park. The Upper Westside (we could stop at Zabars the famous grocery store), see The Dakota where John Lennon lived; and visit Strawberry Fields in Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History, Riverside Park, Harlem, visit St. John the Divine (the second largest Cathedral in the world) – General Grant National Memorial and neighborhoods (dating back to the late 18th century) – The Apollo Theater. The Morris Jumel Mansion, and The Cloisters can also be visited upon request.  It’s all up to you!

Our Tours are flexible to meet your desires for what you wish to see and do. If you are already familiar with some of the neighborhoods on this tour, we’ll make neighborhood substitutions while on tour.

Experience The City To The Fullest

Throughout your tour we may indicate on the map where we are so you fully understand where neighborhoods and places of interest are located in relation to your hotel. During your tour we’ll point out the contrast in architecture from neighborhood to neighborhood, which makes New York City so unique and interesting, as no two neighborhoods are alike. We’ll also recommend local restaurants within each neighborhood where you may consider dining while you’re visiting the city.  We’re glad to make reservations for you, as well.

You request is welcome at any time for your touring vehicle to stop, so you could explore a site, store, market, deli, or just to stop and take photographs. We highly encourage bringing your camera, as there are so many photogenic buildings and sites throughout the City.

Guests find our guides enthusiastic, entertaining and extremely knowledgeable in their ability to explain New York culture, history and all the many wonders that make NYC the special place that it is! Foreign language tours can be arranged for you.

Please allow us the privilege of touring you and your group throughout the great City of New York!

Phone:
866-691-8687
212-754-4500 (local)

Fax (212) 320 0387

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