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NYC: Contrasts & Color Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, & Queens

1. NYC: Contrasts & Color Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, & Queens

Experience New York City beyond Manhattan on this contrasts and color themed bus tour that visits Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens. Learn about the art, history, and culture of the city alongside a NYC expert guide. Start your tour in the heart of Manhattan near Times Square. Meet your guide and board the tour bus to the historic Harlem neighborhood, famous for its African American roots, food, and more. After a stop at the Apollo Theater Walk of Fame, continue to the Bronx, birthplace of hip hop and rap. See Yankees Stadium and learn about baseball in the city. Head off to see graffiti murals unique to this borough. Next, visit Queens, the largest borough and home to NYC’s largest Chinatown. Stop to see Flushing Meadows Corona Park, originally developed to host the 1939 World’s Fair and then the 1946 World’s Fair. See memorable monuments, Citi Field, and other spots at this scenic park. Leaving Queens, travel to Bushwick Collective in Brooklyn, currently NYC’s most prolific neighborhood for street art and graffiti murals. It’s a foodie destination, too, so take a break and grab some food if you’re hungry. In Brooklyn, see the distinct shops, fashion, and eateries of the Hasidic Jewish community that is currently thriving in Williamsburg. Get a chance to appreciate their unique culture. Moving on, from the Dumbo neighborhood and Brooklyn Bridge Park, see the picturesque Brooklyn Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time it was built. Enjoy views of the Manhattan skyline. End your tour in Little Italy. Enjoy this lively cultural district while exploring on your own. Grab dinner, go shopping, or find something else to do to your liking.

New York City: Madison Square Garden All Access Tour

2. New York City: Madison Square Garden All Access Tour

This tour offers guests a first-hand glimpse into what has made Madison Square Garden the World’s Most Famous Arena. Your all-access pass gives you access to some of the most exclusive parts of the arena. Relive some of The Garden’s iconic moments with the Defining Moments exhibit and Garden 366 Retrospective. Get the VIP treatment in luxury suites and explore the famous arena bowl where some of the greatest moments in sports and entertainment history have taken place.  The tour also includes a boomerang photo experience that will give you a free digital photo, or you can purchase prints, to commemorate your tour.

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What people are saying about New York City

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 103 reviews

Very helpful for a first overview of New York, especially outside of Manhattan. Otherwise we would not have gotten to many places due to lack of time. Very enthusiastic and lovely guide (Jorge) - we highly recommend the tour!

Informative professionally guided tour with lots of information about the 3 different locations (Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn). Funny guide, highly recommended. Many stops were made to take photos and take a walk.

Our tour guide Jorge and our bus driver Elvis designed and organized the tour to be super, fun and great! We had a very interesting day with lots of information and funny tips! (:

A really informative tour by a guide that was interesting and obv loved his job. Access to some great areas...even on the day of a concert.

Excellent visit. The guide's speech is easily understandable for non-English speakers.