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Discover the cultural delights and delectable bites of Brooklyn on a culinary walking tour of the Williamsburg neighborhood. Delve into the rich culinary history of the area with your guide, visiting iconic eateries to sample treats like homemade ice cream and what is considered the best pizza in Brooklyn. Pleasure your palate with tastings interspersed with vibrant street art and panoramic vistas of New York’s globally renowned skyline.
Prebook this Hasidic Williamsburg tour in New York City, and explore the Hasidic area of Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood with a guide so you don’t miss any of the details. Your guide grew up in the Hasidic Jewish community, and takes you to visit Williamsburg's Hasidic shops, eateries, synagogues, schools, and historical sites. Gain a better understanding of this religious group’s history, culture, and traditions—plus, sample traditional food along the way.
Brooklyn is famous for its bold and bright street art, but it’s not easy to know where to find these creative works. With this walking tour of the Bushwick neighborhood, take in the diversity and culture of the neighborhood’s urban street artists. Check out massive murals and intricate designs as you take to the streets to learn how Brooklyn’s best can turn anything with a surface into a stunning work of public art.
The food and drink choices in Brooklyn can be overwhelming, but foodies that explore this bustling borough with a guide can eat and drink the best of the best. With this tour, indulge in some of Brooklyn's best cuisine. You can try New American, Middle Eastern, and Italian food including pastries, cheese, and bread. Listen to commentary on the culinary history of the neighborhood and New York City as you go, and even take home a map so you can continue independently.
This walking tour through Brooklyn's trendy Williamsburg neighborhood offers a brief look at Brooklyn history and its influence on contemporary culture, with an insider guide leading the way. Meet-up just steps from the subway, and begin your adventure uncovering trends and traditions—from the urban street art scene to hip local businesses. Venture past historical buildings, chic boutiques, and neighborhood cafés reflecting the area's laid-back vibe. Then be sure to capture the iconic Manhattan skyline from the scenic Brooklyn waterfront.
Get a taste for Brooklyn's food culture as you visit some of its tasty eateries and small food shops during this small-group walking tour of the Carroll Gardens neighborhood. Come hungry and join your guide for a walking expedition that includes stops for tastings at an eclectic range of ethnic eateries and foodie hotspots. During your walk, you have the chance to sample sweet and savory delights, and visit diverse establishments, from artisanal cooking shops to long-standing Middle Eastern markets.
Renowned for its dynamic atmosphere and its lively food scene, Williamsburg is an essential neighborhood to visit during your next trip to New York City. Explore its highlights, and do plenty of tasting, on a small-group walking tour. Stroll down Bedford Avenue, browse a local flea market, and enjoy a beer at Brooklyn Brewery. You’ll also dine on barbecue, attend a fiery hot sauce tasting, and much more. As you go, admire the neighborhood’s vibrant street art and its stellar views of the New York skyline.
New York’s East Village is a cultural melting pot of the classic and the contemporary. Enhance your experience of the Big Apple’s hippest neighborhood during this walking tour with a guide who knows all the cultural and culinary hotspots. See St. Mark’s Street and McSorely’s, the oldest Irish pub in East Village. Pleasure your palate with five food samples and receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour.
Gain greater insight on your journey to two New York City landmarks—the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island—with a guide accompanying you to both islands. Avoid the wait at Battery Park with reserve line ferry access, and enjoy scenic views while you cruise. Your guide will share information and get your oriented at both islands, leaving you to venture up to Lady Liberty’s pedestal, and to explore the Ellis Island Immigration Museum independently.
Traverse the history and culture of the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens on this half-day, guided street art and graffiti tour. Travel on foot and by subway to learn about the socio-economic, political, and cultural events that inspired artist’s creations and shaped each neighborhood. Appreciate these incredible works, understand the process of making street art, and learn the difference between tagging, bombing, murals, and street art.
Your ride begins at the world famous Water Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn. You’ll then be taken through the streets of Brooklyn with stops in Dumbo, Vinegar Hill and Brooklyn Heights, a posh residential area known for its tree-lined promenade along the East River. You’ll take in breathtaking views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty before your ride across the Brooklyn Bridge all while traveling in the most awesome way of transport via sidecar motorcycle to see our great city. This tour is a no-nonsense experience to see as much of this awesome city in the shortest time possible. You will get a taster for the sweet allure of riding by sidecar and want to reach out and touch the city as it whips by you. ( But, uh, please don’t try and touch literally!)
If you care about sustainability and traveling green, don't miss the chance to discover Brooklyn’s eco-conscious businesses and artisanal producers on this Williamsburg walking tour. As you stroll through some of the borough’s trendiest streets, you can meet local designers, chefs, and entrepreneurs, and even enjoy some tastings. Along the way, you can sip natural wine, replace lunch with tastings of organic treats, and learn about the city from your guide, a sustainable fashion and textile designer.
Brooklyn is famous for both its pizza and its craft-beer culture—and this private tour offers the perfect chance to taste your way through both. Meet your guide at a time and place that suits you best—as part of your booking experience, you’ll be assigned a like-minded host who will craft an itinerary based on your interests. Discover thriving breweries, venture to historical neighborhoods, visit family-run pizzerias, and more.
Take a bite out of New York City’s hippest borough on this half-day Brooklyn food and culture tour. From traditional ethnic eateries to culinary hotspots that spark national dining trends, your guide will show you where to eat like a local. Snack on kielbasa and pierogis in the Polish enclave of Greenpoint, satisfy your sweet tooth in DUMBO, and get a taste of farm-to-fork freshness in trendy Williamsburg. Vegetarians can be accommodated.
Ride walk, and taste your way through Brooklyn on a food and culture tour Explore four Brooklyn neighborhoods, and enjoy the views of the NYC skyline
Get to know one of the hippest parts of New York City outside Manhattan with this walking tour of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Join a host that is personally matched according to your interests, and head out to explore the neighborhood’s street art, galleries, music venues, and record stores. Experience Williamsburg’s vibrant food scene with a stop to sample craft beer, street food, or a classic deli—at your own expense—and even request custom stops so you can do what's most interesting to you.
Discover the feminist history behind the stately facades of Brooklyn Heights’ brownstones on a history-focused walking tour in New York City. Stroll along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade to Old Bridge Street Church, and hear about doctors, lawyers, and educators who worked to win the right to vote for women. Also, see the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Academy of Music, and learn about their part in the women’s suffrage movement.
Explore the up-and-coming arts enclave recently named by ‘Vogue’ as the second-coolest neighborhood on the planet with a 2-hour tour of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Admire edgy street art, see local visionaries at work during studio visits and hear about the area’s creative scene with a curator-led gallery talk. Finish with a glass of red wine and feel good knowing that a portion of tour proceeds go toward supporting the Bushwick arts community.
Discover the art and artists of Brooklyn on a two-hour walking tour that takes you into studio and galleries. Sip a welcome drink as your knowledgeable guide introduces the art scene in Brooklyn. Then head out in the neighborhoods of Park Slope and Gowanus to visit two art studios, meet the artists and a curator, and gain insight into the arts in modern-day New York City. Take home an original piece of art and an art swag bag as a souvenir at the end of your tour.
Set in a 19th-century industrial complex in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood, waterfront Industry City is home to artist studios, workshops, food venues, independent businesses, and events spaces. On this tour, explore parts of the campus inaccessible to the general public, meet some of the makers based there, and enjoy food and beer tastings from artisan shops.
Discover Brooklyn’s neighborhoods and history on a guided, 2.5-hour walking tour through New York City’s hippest borough. Learn where locals dine, shop and drink as you explore with a local guide, and take in views of Manhattan from Brooklyn Heights. Stroll past the distinctive row houses at Cobble Hill then spot the cutting-edge artists studios and hip boutiques of DUMBO, a thriving neighborhood in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge. Watch East River traffic drift by and capture classic shots of the city as you walk across the Manhattan Bridge.
This tour will highlight the development that has recreated downtown Brooklyn as a result of the Downtown Brooklyn Rezoning of 2004. We will also go into political conversations around the use of the 421a subsidy to build new affordable housing and the use of eminent domain at Atlantic Yards in the construction of the Barclays Center.
Sites Covered: MetroTech Promenade, 227 Abolitionist Place (Underground Railroad stop), Myrtle Avalon Plaza, The Giovanni (formerly Associated Site), City Point (formerly Albee Square Mall), BAM Cultural District, Barclays Center & Atlantic Yards