Welcome to Local Expeditions.
Community-driven adventures!

LOCAL EXPEDITIONS offers 2-3 hour excursions including walking tours and bike tours designed by locals for out-of-towners or anyone who prefers to DO WHAT LOCALS DO over typical tourist experiences.

ALL EXPEDITIONS CAN BE CUSTOMIZED — DATES, TIMES, GROUP RATES–YOU NAME IT! Contact us here localexpeditions@gmail.com

If you’d like to take an excursion, designed and executed by a local for a true insider experience, TAKE AN EXPEDITION below. Know someone who would love a true local experience? GIFT AN EXPEDITION and brighten their day! If you’d like to design your own tour, great! We need your knowledge, insights and passion. Head over to LEAD AN EXPEDITION to get started.

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Whats Happening this week

Monday

11

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Tuesday

12

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Wednesday

13

13th at 7:00PM

Haunts of Old Broadway: A Ghostly Walk

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Thursday

14

14th at 3:00PM

Chelsea or Upper East Side Art Gallery Expedition

14th at 2:00PM

Prospect Park and Park Slope Brownstones

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Friday

15

15th at 3:00PM

Chelsea or Upper East Side Art Gallery Expedition

15th at 1:00PM

Bike Bushwick!

15th at 11:00AM

The Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District

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Saturday

16

16th at 11:00AM

Chelsea or Upper East Side Art Gallery Expedition

16th at 3:00PM

Chelsea or Upper East Side Art Gallery Expedition

16th at 12:00PM

Coney Island — Sodom by the Sea

16th at 9:00AM

Power Walk Prospect Park

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Sunday

17

17th at 11:00AM

The Yiddish Rialto

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Hottest Expeditions

Behind the scenes of a Broadway show with a Broadway actor and tour guide

Explore Expedition

Ever puzzled by modern and contemporary art? Join us to see, learn about and discuss local modern and contemporary art together.

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Not only must you take the A train to Harlem but you must also go to brownstone Bedford-Stuyvesant or “Bed-Stuy”

Explore Expedition

Get on a ferry, get on your bike, get some exercise and explore the best street art NY has to offer!

Explore Expedition

Not only must you take the A train to Harlem but you must also go to brownstone Bedford-Stuyvesant or “Bed-Stuy”

Explore Expedition

See and uncover everything in one of New York’s most celebrated and mysterious neighborhoods.

Explore Expedition

From NYC’s founding to the Financial District to the Events of Sept 11, 2001.

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Who came and what did they find? What did they do with it and how does it matter?

Explore Expedition

Why Brooklyn? The drama unfolded in the little ballpark in the heart of Flatbush.

Explore Expedition

Stunning Victorian mansions. Historic churches and theaters.  A small business boom. Come discover Flatbush. Flatbush1

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Start your Saturday with exercise and some of the obscure sights of Brooklyn's beautiful and wild Prospect Park.  THIS EXPEDITION IS HALF PRICE. 

Explore Expedition

Learn about CitiBike, ride the bridges, and see what this local likes in DUMBO.

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Park Slope's infamous archectiture is highlighted in this 3 hour mid-day tour.

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Great Neighborhoods

Theater District

This is a neighborhood in mid-town Manhattan where most of the theaters are located–in and around the Times Square area.

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Bedford-Stuyvesant

More commonly known as “Bed Stuy” this neighborhood is in Central Brooklyn. For decades, it has been a cultural center for Brooklyn’s African American population. …in 1936, (many, sic) African Americans left an overcrowded Harlem for greater housing availability in Bedford–Stuyvesant. From Bedford–Stuyvesant, African Americans have since moved into the surrounding areas of Brooklyn, such as […]

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Times Square

Times Square is one of the best known tourist destinations in the world.  Encompassing the blocks of 42nd to 47th street, and the Avenues of Broadway and Seventh, this neighborhood has been depicted in hundreds of films and is probably best known for the New Year’s Eve dropping of the ball.  Or, of course, the […]

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Did you know?

The first Pizzeria in the US was opened in New York in 1895!

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