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General Grant National Memorial

General Grant National Memorial Tours and Activities

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Located in Upper Manhattan, the General Grant National Memorial is the final resting place of Civil War hero and former president General Ulysses S. Grant and his wife, Julia. Also known as Grant’s Tomb, this imposing, domed marble and granite structure is the largest mausoleum in the country.

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W 122nd St & Riverside Dr, New York City, New York, 10027
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New York Helicopter Tour: Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island

New York Helicopter Tour: Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island

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See New York City’s breathtaking skyline and the many iconic sights of the city on this helicopter flight. Soar over the Big Apple with an exclusive sightseeing tour of the Manhattan skyline and beyond, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, One World Trade Center, and Central Park, to name just a few, plus Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and much more. Then continue to see Brooklyn, Staten Island and more. A variety of departure times are available throughout the day to fit into almost any schedule.
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  • 25 to 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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NYC Harlem and Gospel Tour by Bus

NYC Harlem and Gospel Tour by Bus

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Get an in-depth look at the thriving culture of Harlem during this 4-hour sightseeing excursion including the chance to attend a Gospel mass at a local church. Learn about Harlem’s religious side by attending a Gospel mass and touring the famous St. John the Divine church. You’ll also explore Harlem landmarks like the Apollo Theater, Sylvia’s restaurant, and much more.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Skip the Line See the Best of NYC: Small-Group Guided Tour Ticket
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Skip the Line See the Best of NYC: Small-Group Guided Tour Ticket

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The perfect introduction for new visitors, this in-depth bus tour covers top New York City landmarks in both Midtown and Uptown neighborhoods. Listen to entertaining live onboard commentary, plus enjoy personalized attention from your personal group guide at each designated stop, from Grand Central to Harlem’s iconic Apollo Theater. Tours also include skip-the-line admission tickets to the Empire State Building.
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  • 5 hours 30 minutes
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Harlem-Bronx Small Group Bike Tour

Harlem-Bronx Small Group Bike Tour

Experience some of New York City’s less touristy corners with this two-wheeled excursion in Harlem and the Bronx. Embark on a 25 mile journey from 129th Street and enjoy activities that include exploring Manhattan’s historic black neighborhood, cruising by the Bronx Zoo, marveling at Alexander Hamilton’s home, capturing memorable photos of the Apollo Theater, and checking out the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage.
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  • 6 hours
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Electric Bike Tour of Central Park and Harlem

Electric Bike Tour of Central Park and Harlem

You only have limited time to explore Manhattan but don’t want to see it from behind the glass of a bus. On this e-bike tour, be part of the urban bustle as you cruise the varied terrain of Central Park and the hills of Morningside Heights with ease. See Bethesda Terrace, browse the kosher goods at Zabar’s, and hear about the history of the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
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  • 3 hours
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