Admire the majestic buildings of Midtown Manhattan and explore neighborhoods as you learn about 20th-century American architecture in New York City on this 3-hour guided tour. See iconic structures such as the Chrysler Building and the New Public Library.
What to Expect
The focus of this 3-hour guided tour of Midtown Manhattan is the architecture of the 20th century and the major monuments and buildings from that period. Your guide will also show you around the neighborhoods of the area.
You’ll have the opportunity to explore the interiors of some of the monuments with a knowledgeable guide as well.
Highlights of the tour will include the hidden residential enclave of Tudor City, the United Nations Building, the Ford Foundation Building, the Daily News Building, the Chanin Building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, Carrère and Hastings' New York Public Library, Times Square, and New York's Theater District.
- 3-hour walking tour
- Knowledgeable guide
Across the street from the United Nations: 42nd Street and 1st Avenue near Ralph Bunch Park.
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