Experience New York, the ‘city that never sleeps,’ magically lit up after dark during this guided evening tour of the city by bus. Begin with a short nighttime stroll along the city’s famous High Line Park, then hop on a bus for a ride past illuminated landmarks like Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and the neighborhoods of SoHo and Chinatown, and take short walk through Grand Central Terminal.
Evening bus tour of New York City
Take short guided walks in the celebrated High Line Park and Grand Central Station
View Manhattan’s glittering landmarks and famous neighborhoods
See Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Greenwich Village, SoHo and more
Learn about New York’s history and top sights from your onboard guide
Discover the magical atmosphere of New York’s most iconic landmarks lit up after dark during this combined walking and bus excursion. There’s no better way to get a sense for the 24-hour energy of this fast-paced world capital than by seeing its most famous sights illuminated at night.
Begin your trip in Times Square in the evening, boarding your coach bus and meeting your guide. Make your way by bus to your first stopping point, the city’s beautiful Grand Central Terminal, for a guided inside tour.
Jump aboard the bus for a sightseeing trip through the glowing nighttime streets of Lower Manhattan and Midtown. Explore famous upscale areas like SoHo, Tribeca, and Greenwich Village, pass by the iconic Washington Square Park and see other Big Apple attractions, listening as your guide shares details about the city’s history, celebrity residents and key landmarks.
Last, head to the High Line to learn about the origins of this incredible addition to New York’s green space from your guide, discovering its former role as a freight railway that was abandoned for decades before being transformed into the urban oasis you see today. Join your guide on a quick stroll, offering a chance to admire its cutting-edge design, landscape of local plants, open green spaces, and public art.
We had Rachel and she was incredible!! I highly recommend this tour. The bus was comfortable and clean. Rachel was so knowledgeable and took us to see many great sights beyond the normal tourist traps. Take this tour if you want a fun, intimate group tour.
Had a fantastic tour with our tour guide Dana. VERY passionate about her job and the city. Great way of getting a feel for city when you arrive a d she gave us loads tips for our stay which were very helpful. The tour itself was great, loved the high line, chelsea market and grand central terminal as you get off at all these stops and she gives you a tour of them all and have 45 mins to grab a bite at chelsea market.
New York seen through the eyes of Jack, our tour guide
, Jul 2019
I had a few days in New York on my own so I decided to try this tour. It was fantastic. Jack was so knowledgeable about the past and present of New York that I was not bored at all. He made it comical and very interesting. The combination of riding on the mini bus and getting off at three places was a great mix.
I recommend it to anyone who is visiting New York for the first time. Ask for Jack :)
Michelle from Canada
We had a great time and our guide Neil was excellent. The unexpected walking tours of High Line Park and Grand Central Terminal were very interesting and nice not to see everything from the window of a bus.
I recommend this tour over the tours that are captive on a bus.
We got to see a variety of Manhattan landmarks including a visit to the Chelsea Market and an abbreviated walk on the Hi Line . The highlight of the tour occurred when we went to Brooklyn and witnessed an amazing view of the Manhattan skyline. Thankfully, ample time was spent there to photograph the amazing views and to indulge in local ice cream . From there we stopped at Washington Square followed by a tour of Grand Central Station . It was money well spent .
Well, I guess judging by the reviews, we drew the short straw on this one. We didn't actually get INTO the bus as the three of us, frankly, did not like the attitude of the guy organizing it outside the bus. Obviously not the Rachel so praised here it seems! He greeted the rather bewildered looking customers with Well, I hope you are hungry because if we get through this traffic, our first stop is Chelsea Market where you can eat as much as you want NOT INCLUDED IN THE TOUR PRICE OF COURSE SO WHY TELL US??. Then we are off to Brooklyn home of? None of us knew as we were all foreigners. Ice Cream. The best in NYC. You can stop there for a while and eat some. Er, right. At this point it was clear that this tour was at least one and a half of you-pay-and-eat and the rest visiting what we paid to see. We quickly voted and decided we did not want to spend the rest of the evening with this person. Money lost but point needs to be made: first impressions count and your guests may be people who do not speak the language, my friend..