What Makes Our Guided Tours Special? It’s our guides. Thanks to their experience and know-how you save time and see more. Your passionate, friendly guide will entertain you with engaging stories that accent your visit, capture your imagination, and bring it all to life. And to make sure you don’t miss any of it, we take the extra step to provide you with headset radios complete with earbuds and personal volume control. Instead of huddling around your guide struggling to hear, you’ll be immersed in the experience and free to soak in the local flavor, take photos and enjoy the experience. That’s what makes our New York City small group and private guided tours so special, fun, and memorable for all ages and interest levels.
On our local guided walking tour of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan’s Financial District, you’ll have the opportunity to cross the famous Brooklyn landmark. Guests will also be able to enjoy a delicious local lunch, and afterward wander down the world-famous Wall Street, learning more about New York’s financial district. Avoid huddling around the guide with our individual radio headsets enabling you to hear their live narration as you explore.
The Jacob Wrey Mould Fountain in City Hall Park
Thursday to Sunday, March to December
An experienced, professional NYC local who can offer suggestions and recommendations for other things to do in NYC after your tour
What You’ll Do
What better way to get to know a city than on foot? Our personal headset radios set our tour apart, instead of clustering around a guide to hear everything, the headsets give you the freedom to take photos and explore while listening to the live commentary. Start this AM walking tour at City Hall, a National Historic Landmark, where you learn about its history and walk through the luscious park. Then walk over the Brooklyn Bridge enjoying the incredible views of both the city and the river. Your knowledgeable local guide will fill you in on the importance of the bridge to the city, as well as the construction and the politics of getting it built.
Afterward, you’ll have the chance to fuel up on pizza and cannoli from Julianna’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, a neighborhood staple with an intriguing story of its own. Return to Manhattan by ferry, enjoying views of the Bridge from below and some great photo opportunities. You’ll then be able to get a feeling for the fast pace of Manhattan’s Financial District as you walk down Wall Street where you’ll see sites like The New York Stock Exchange, the Fearless Girl Statue, Federal Hall and Trinity Church.
Don’t be afraid to ask our guides for further recommendations for your trip, their local knowledge can provide you with some great insider tips!