Tours

The Living City Day Tour of Lower Manhattan

Meeting location

Brooklyn, NY

141 S 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

 

Price

$60

Duration

4.5 Hours 

 

Time

9AM and 11AM

 

Our Living City Day Tour of Lower Manhattan meets at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. (See calendar) It's our easy introductory ride through the city. We take a relaxed route that follows many bicycle paths and neighborhood streets. Along the way our guides will point out tourist destinations and explain the best way to see them. It's a 4.5 hour tour and the guides are funny and full of good stories about the places you travel through.​ 

We do stop for a picnic in Washington Square Park.

You may pack a lunch if you'd like but we stop at Murray's Cheese Shop to buy great bread, meats and cheeses. They also offer sandwiches if you want to make things easy. If it's raining we may go to either Bar Sardine or Joseph Leonard for lunch. They are the best restaurants in the West Village. NOTE: Food isn't included in the tour price so that you can get as gourmet as you want.​

The Living City Day Tour of Lower Manhattan

You will see the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg, some of Greenpoint & much of Lower Manhattan

Including: The financial district, Wall Street, Federal Hall, City Hall, Alphabet City, Little Italy, China Town, City Hall, Tompkins Square Park, Wall Street, the Jefferson Market Courthouse, all sorts of great restaurants and much, much more. You'll also learn about Jane Jacobs, Stanford White, Boss Tweed and Robert Moses. We supply the bikes, the helmets and the guide.

Meeting location

Brooklyn, NY

141 S 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

 

Price

Price varies tour-to-tour

Duration

4 Hours 

 

Time

7PM-11PM

 

Offered various nights of the week.

The Two Bridges Night Tour of Lower Manhattan begins in Williamsburg Brooklyn.

You’ll ride over the Williamsburg Bridge visit the Lower East Side and then roll your way to Wall Street to see the stand off going on between a defiant young girl and giant bull. From there you’ll see and illuminated Lady Liberty from Battery Park and make your way along the Hudson with the Freedom Tower over your shoulder. We’ll swing through Little Italy for a gelato and take the Brooklyn Bridge back to Brooklyn. The best part about riding at night is that you’ll avoid the crowds of people that fill the streets during the day. The history is fun and educational -- the scenery is stunning. You will wonder why Paris is called the "City of Lights" after you see how NYC glows. This ride does entail two climbs (the bridges), so you should be prepared to do some pedaling on this ride. The views are well worth the effort. The tour is offered throughout he week (see the calendar) and begins at 7PM and ends at 11PM.

The Two Bridges Night Tour of Manhattan​​

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