LATEST ONLINE BOOKINGS ARE 12 HOURS BEFORE EACH EXPEDITION.  FOR DAY OF EXPEDITIONS CALL 917-834-6373.

What you can expect:
All walking and bike tours run for 2-3 hours and include a maximum of 10 people, and offer a refreshment chosen by the guide.
What you will pay:
All expeditions are between $20-$60 per person.  Each Guide chooses the price.
Giving back:
All expeditions give back to the community with a 5% donation per event. The guide chooses his or her own favorite local charity.
More About Local Expeditions
Whats Happening this week

Monday

22

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Tuesday

23

23rd at 10:00AM

New York During the Revolution

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Wednesday

24

24th at 11:00AM

Queens: The World’s Borough

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Thursday

25

25th at 10:00AM

Hudson Palisades Subway to Trail Hike

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Friday

26

26th at 12:00PM

Fabulous Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn

26th at 4:00PM

Capital of the World

26th at 9:00AM

Gateway: The Immigrants

26th at 11:00AM

The Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District

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Saturday

27

27th at 9:00AM

New York During the Revolution

27th at 12:00PM

Secrets of Central Park

27th at 1:00PM

F@ck Tr#mp: Cheap Ethnic Eats In Midtown

27th at 11:00AM

Positively 4th Street

27th at 11:30AM

Brooklyn, Off the Hook!

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Sunday

28

28th at 12:00PM

Secrets of Central Park

28th at 11:00AM

The Yiddish Rialto

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Hottest Expeditions

A look at the secret enclaves, controversial history, and scandals of Central Park.

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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?

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

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Take an East Village cultural history tour with a local theater historian.

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The High Line is more than just a park.  Don't just walk it, learn about it!

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See why gorgeous views, beautiful homes, a cutting-edge theater and post-industrial chic make these neighborhoods my favorite haunting grounds. B Heights 2

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

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Learn how Aaron Burr, Alexander Hamilton, the NY Mets and Lucille Ball are all connected to this neighborhood.

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OGP2 A private “On Golden Pond” boat tour given by a local with 5% of proceeds benefitting the the Squam Lakes Association.  

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Discover how Long Island City went from a sleepy farm town, to manufacturing hub, to a commercial, residential and artistic “it” community. Long Island CIty Graffiti

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Learn insider gardening secrets from a renowned New York City garden designer.

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An insider's guide to the best wholesale garden district in the United States!

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See the most spectacular natural views in Manhattan, walk in George Washington’s footsteps and visit the shrine of the first American Saint. Ft Wash View1

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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. 

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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

Hudson Palisades

The cliffs of the Palisades, a National Natural Landmark, skirt the Hudson River for twenty miles, rising up steeply in places to over five-hundred feet. The Palisades Interstate Park, just over the George Washington Bridge, offers over thirty miles of hiking trails from easy woods walks to challenging boulder scrambles.

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Fort Lee, NJ

Fort Lee is  a borough in Bergen County New Jersey and is home to the Hudson River Palisades.  On the New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge, the Palisades has stunning views of the Hudson River and Manhattan. The cliffs of the Palisades, a National Natural Landmark, skirt the Hudson River for twenty miles, […]

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Stuyvesant Square

Stuyvesant Square, named after Peter Stuyvesant one of the earliest Dutch Settlers in lower Manhattan, is best known for its affordable middle-income rental housing.  The surrounding neighborhood includes Stuyvesant Square a small park servicing the neighborhood just to the East of Gramercy.

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Did you know?

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

Guide Of The Week

Andrea C.

Licensed Tour Guide
Brooklyn, NY

A born & bred Native New Yorker, Andrea Coyle is a Board Member & Education Committee Core Member of the Guides Association of NYC. She has a background in both the graphic arts field & early childhood education. A licensed NYC tour guide since 2008, Andrea is a community activist, a preservationist, & a strong supporter of independent small businesses & manufacturers. She loves history, architecture, photography, trains, & food -- & being able to introduce her guests to places off the beaten path!