• Location: New York, New York
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 210.00 View price calendar

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Take an in-depth look at New York City’s most impressive buildings during this 3-hour architecture walking tour with a private guide. Explore the Big Apple’s most eye-catching structures as you marvel at sites new and old, including the New York Times Building, New York Public Library, Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building, and much more.


  • Discover the architecture of New York City on a walking tour with the help of a private guide
  • Pay homage to the Big Apple's most impressive structures like the Chrysler Building and New York Times Building
  • Visit the New York Public Library and explore the elegant interior of Grand Central Terminal
  • Included access to a mobile hotspot with Wi-Fi
  • Private guide offers personalized attention and service
  • Perfect excursion for architecture lovers

What You Can Expect

Architecture of New York Private Walking Tour

Chrysler Building

Meet up with your private guide at your hotel or a location of your choice. You can pick between a range of start times in the morning and afternoon to begin your architecture adventure.

During the course of your exploration you’ll proceed on foot to a range of the Big Apples most beautiful, and most iconic, buildings. Among the sights you’ll see during your trip are the 1200-foot (365-meter) tall Bank of America Tower, the elegantly-designed Bryant Park (and the New York Public Library just next door), Grand Central Terminal, and the Chrysler Building, plus much more. Please check the itinerary below for a full listing of itinerary stops.


Customer Reviews

Richarda A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2018

This is an outstanding walking tour with Brian. We can't wait to go back and book another tour with him. Very accommodating, knowledgeable, and courteous person. Thank you!

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