The Italian Heritage Walking Tour

A Walking Tour of the Past and the Present

This tour features history and architecture along with interesting pictures and stories
that will help us understand the ordeal experienced by the early Italian immigrants
who settled on the Lower East Side in Little Italy and in the South Village.

This walking tour of Manhattan's past and present features:

A walk through part of the South Village, past the MacDougal- Sullivan Gardens Historic District and through So-Ho and Little Italy
and ending up where the old Five Points neighborhood of the Lower East Side used to be.
Everyone is given an itinerary with 27 stops which include 11 New York City and 8 National Landmarks.
Included are stories about Little Italy, the Stabile Bank and the early Italian neighborhood that was here before Little Italy.
All stops are fully discussed

This tour's highlights are:

About three and a half hours long

Meet At: the front of Guiseppi Garibaldi's statue in Washington Square Park
N and R Trains to E. 8th St. or #6 Train to Astor Place or F and E Train to W. 4th St. Station

Guided by Alfred Pommer a college graduate, an informative native New Yorker, an author of four Manhattan guide books published by The History Press and
a Licensed New York City guide,with over 27 years experience researching, creating and leading walking tours in Manhattan's many diverse neighborhoods.

Interested in a Private Walking Tour ?
Call: (212) 979-2388 for details
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