The Historic (Old) New York City Walking Tour
Part I
  &   Part II

Architecture -- History -- Interesting Pictures and Stories

A Walking Tour of Manhattan's Past and Present

This walking tour focuses on history and architecture along with interesting pictures and stories,
that join us with Lower Manhattan's historic past.

A walk through the heart of the Financial District and we will past such historic sites as:
The Colonial Old New York City Historic District, Fraunces Tavern Historic District, Viet Nam Plaza,
Battery Park, Bowling Green, The Stone St. Historic District, Battery Park and much more.


Each participant for Part I of the Historic Old New York City Walking Tour is given an itinerary with 25 stops
including 21 New York City landmarks and 11 national landmarks.
The tour is about 2½ hours long & each stop is fully discussed

Part I of The Historic Old New York City Tour Features:

Each participant for Part II of the Historic Old New York City Walking Tour is given an itinerary with 24 stops
including 18 New York City landmarks and 10 national landmarks.
The tour is about 2½ hours long & each stop is fully discussed

Part II of The Historic Old New York City Tour Features:

Meet at: Wall St. & Broadway in front of Trinity Church for Part I of the tour
Or in front of Fraunces Tavern 54 Pearl St for Part II of the tour
#4 or #5 Train to Wall St. or #6 Train to Brooklyn Bridge(City Hall) and walk down Broadway to Wall St. for the Part I meeting place

The walking tours are given by Alfred Pommer a college graduate, an author, an informative native New Yorker and a Licensed New York City Guide,
who has spent over 25 years researching, creating and leading walking tours in Manhattan's many diverse neighborhoods.
And has written 4 Manhattan guide books published by The History Press: "Exploring Gramercy Park and Union Square"
"Exploring Manhattan's Murray Hill"  "Exploring New York's SoHo"   "Exploring the Original West Village"

Interested in a Private Walking Tour or Slide Show?
Call: (212) 979-2388 for details
  http://nycwalk.com    http://nycslideshows.com  or for a publicly scheduled walking tour   http://nycpublicwalks.com
Or :
Click Here for advance ticket sales 


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