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Manhattan and Beyond Tours

New York City, NY, USA
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About Manhattan and Beyond Tours
Discover New York City on a deeper level with a tour that is interesting and enjoyable to both New York City's visitors and locals. Manhattan and Beyond Tours provides expertly lead, entertaining, and educational bicycle and walking tours of the City’s iconic landmarks such as Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge. Manhattan and Beyond offers hospitality-driven, knowledge-based tours that give broader perspectives of NYC and tours that are specific and thematic. Private, group and custom tours are available.
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While Central Park’s vast size is what makes it an oasis in New York City, it also makes it difficult to navigate alone. Go with a guide to see the park’s highlights—including the Literary Walk, Strawberry Fields, the locations of famous movie scenes, and more—without the stress of getting lost. A small group size ensures your guide's full attention, ample time for questions, and a more personalized experience.
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TopEnd4 wrote a review Apr 2020
Canberra, Australia37 contributions50 helpful votes
We were amazed at the size and scope of Central Park! We could believe how tranquil it was was, in the centre of such a bustling city! We loved the forests, the bridges, the squirrels, the artwork, the buildings... everything!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Andrew M wrote a review Jan 2020
Siem Reap, Cambodia18 contributions22 helpful votes
We loved the tour with Joel who had great knowledge and lots of funny stories. Brought the history of the park to life for us. Even quoted whole passages from Shakespeare. Thanks Joel. Highly recommend.
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Norman R wrote a review Dec 2019
Illinois28 contributions29 helpful votes
We toured the southern third of Central Park with a volunteer from the Central Park Conservancy. Well worth the time because we would never have found some of the features on our own, the our guide gave us interesting history and background. One tip: sign up online for the CPC newletter, as they sometimes have coupons that can save half the price of a guided tour.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Ian , Lincolnshire UK wrote a review Nov 2019
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My wife Jane and I had a very enjoyable walking tour of Central Park with Lyall. It was a lovely crisp day and Lyall was very engaging and knows his stuff. He was very informative. You just get so much more out of visiting a place like Central Park on a guided tour especially if you don't have a lot of time. And if you are on holiday in New York , trust me you never have enough time to see it all. We booked our tour as one of the options on the New York Sightseeing Pass. Thank you Lyall regards Ian (Leafs fan from England) and Jane.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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HarveyBodine wrote a review Nov 2019
Seminole, Florida18 contributions2 helpful votes
We met our guide and the four other people and began our tour. It was a very rainy day but we pushed through. Our guide was knowledgeable and I could tell he had a long history and affection for the park. In spite of the rain we had a good tour. Relaxed and casual guide was concerned about meeting the needs of all as we had others from two different countries. an informative tour and accommodated for the weather conditions. Offered to take pics of all couples at significant spots. When the tour was over he was kind in making sure we all had directions of our next destination.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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