See 35+ New York Attractions. Our tour guide hops off and hops on with you. It combines a bus tour, short walks with your tour guide while the bus waits for us and a ride on the world famous Staten Island Ferry. Also, it’s our job to find you the best slice of NY Pizza and we do that on this tour.
Tour appreciated by thousands of tourists for over 15 years. Get out of the shuttle at these fully-guided stops:
STARTS AT: St. Patrick’s Cathedral Tour Start time – 10am – At St Patrick’s Cathedral (5th avenue Entrance)
Your Choice: Meet your tour guide outside in front of the Cathedral (50th and 5th Avenue) for tour check in at either 8:30am or 1pm. Our guides get there at 8:00am or 12:30pm. You’re welcome to check in early and go inside!
One of the last major buildings in the United States to incorporate public art in the architecture, its an icon of American design.
Madison Square Park
Madison Square Park has existed as a public space since 1686. Named for President James Madison in 1814. The Park has a rich history—it’s the birthplace of baseball, was the location of the 1st and Second Madison Square Garden, and home to the Flatiron Building . It also was the location of the first community holiday tree in America.
SOHO/Little Italy – (Stop)
Soho – NYC’s urban shopping mall with high-end boutiques and buzzworthy pop-up shops, art galleries. Between the cobblestone streets you can find great New York restaurants, bars!
Authentic NY Pizza Slice (Meal costs not included)
We will take you to what we consider to be the best pizza place in NY.
Statue of Liberty (pictures via Staten Island Ferry Cruise)
On the ferry we will take a 25-minute voyage by water from Lower Manhattan to Staten Island and take in the Statue of Liberty and the stunning vistas of New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline.
Wall Street New York Stock Exchange(Guided Walk)
Walk in front of the Wall Street Building and take pictures.
Wall Street Bull(Guided Walk)
The oversize sculpture depicts the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity.
Old Customs House
Built in the early 20th century, the U.S. Customs House is an architectural masterpiece. This landmark was originally used to collect taxes and tariffs by the federal government.
Trinity Church(Short stop inside)
This Anglican church has served as an urban landmark of NYC since the 19th century. The third church to stand on this site, the current Trinity Church was built by an English cabinet maker who immigrated to the United States and became a leader of the American Gothic Revival.
Ticker-Tape Parade Route (Guided Walk)
All along Broadway, from the Battery to City Hall, hundreds of thousands of spectators crowd the sidewalks and look down from skyscraper windows. They cheer and shout and toss confetti in a shower that becomes a blizzard of shredded paper falling on the motorcade below. Flags, marching bands, and music herald the procession.
Times Square or St. Patrick’s Cathedral (Tour END Locations)
This is where our great tour ends and you can start instagramming all the great photos you took during the day.