Come and see the culture, high and low, of the hills and valleys of Upper Manhattan. Harlem and Morningside Heights are adjacent on the map of Manhattan, but in every other way imaginable, they are worlds apart: higher learning on the hill and the hard living below. Few bordering districts are more distinct than these two neighbors. Discover one of the largest Cathedrals in the world, visit the campus of Columbia University and Morningside Park. Then embark on a journey through present-day Harlem to see the people and places that helped create the Harlem Renaissance, and discover why this period in American history is so magical and important for African-American culture.
Offered in English, Italian
Available all year
240.00 per tour
110th and Broadway
Tour departs at the corner of 110th and Broadway (Line 1 subway stop) at 10:00 AM and ends at 163rd – Amsterdam Ave A line subway station. For groups larger than 8 people please contact us for rates and availability. All transportation required is paid by the client. All Tour participants assume normal liability for their behavior during the Tour.