Architecture of New York Private Tour
Stretching from the East River to the Hudson River and cutting through the heart of Manhattan, 42nd Street features major monuments of American 20th & 21st century architecture.
Your tour starts in Times Square where I’ll give you a history of Manhattan and the evolution of the skyscraper. We’ll see 1 Times Square & “The Ball” that drops for millions of revelers on New Year’s Eve.
Three buildings over 1000 feet tall are on 42nd St. and you’ll see them all. In addition to the New Times Building there is the Art Deco Chrysler Building and the Bank of America Tower.
I’ll bring you inside Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, giving you the history of both and quaint, unknown stories. Your tour will end by the East River at the United Nations complex.
My tours ARE among the least expensive private tours in New York City by design; I believe in delivering a superior product at the best price and my reviews show guests are always happy. Book your NYC tour with me and you’ll be pleased too. NYC is expensive enough, why pay more?
Meet up location: Your tour starts in Times Square; I’ll meet you at your hotel and personally escort you there. My preferred mode of transit is the subway as it is the quickest, safest and cheapest way to travel around Manhattan. You’ll have plenty of time for photos, questions and breaks if you like. This is YOUR tour and I work at your pace.
End location: I’ll escort you back to your hotel or bring you to the location of your choice.
Tour Cost: $210 For the services of a devoted private tour guide who not only loves NYC but loves sharing this great city’s treasures with her visitors. None of the marvelous and awe-inspiring sites you’ll see on this tour charge admission. My price is all inclusive for your entire group up to 10 people. Please email me for group rates.
Duration: This tour takes approximately 3 hours. Times vary slightly from tour to tour as all groups move at a different pace. I also allows time for photos, questions and breaks as needed. It is a walking tour – rain or shine – please wear comfortable shoes.