Spend Sunday Morning in the Black capital of the world and join a local church congregation and experience the soul stirring power of gospel music. Visit this legendary neighborhood and learn it’s start as a rural Dutch community, how it then became a Mecca for African American writers and artists at the turn of the century, to it’s troubled past during the 1960’s and 1970’s and it’s present day community brimming with pride and reveling in it’s new renaissance. Along the way you will see famous sights and landmarks such as City College, Morning Side Heights, the Morris Jumel Mansion, Sylvan terrace, Strivers Row and The Abyssinian Baptist church. St. Nicholas Avenue, where Duke Ellington lived and the famed 125th street, Harlem USA, the Cotton Club, and the Apollo Theater. Visit the charming residential enclaves of Sugar Hill and Hamilton Heights, as well as its elegant apartment buildings. Harlem has an amazing story to tell at every turn!
Tour Cost And Tickets
$58.99 - Adults
$104.99 with Brunch
$44.99 - Children
$74.99 with Brunch
Tour is not suitable for children ages 2 and under.
Address: 690 Eighth Ave
Cross Streets bet, 43rd and 44th Streets
- to Times Square/42nd Street station
- to 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue
Tour Duration And Additional Info
Tour departs from 690 Eighth Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets