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New York City: Walk This Way Harlem Hip Hop Walking Tour

1. New York City: Walk This Way Harlem Hip Hop Walking Tour

Take advantage of a great opportunity to walk through the beautiful streets of Harlem guided by a hip hop historian. Take a guided tour through the Mecca of Black Culture and get a chance to stop by many of the city's most remarkable sites. See the Apollo Theater, the legendary 125th Street, and many other influential political and cultural sites the Empire State has to offer. Not only will you walk around, but the Museum of the City of New York is a must-see and your pass is good all day. If you're ready to be out and about in the heart of New York City, then Walk This Way for a knowledgeable experience guaranteed!

NYC: Museum of the City of New York Admission Ticket

2. NYC: Museum of the City of New York Admission Ticket

Enjoy our city through Museum of the City of New York. MCNY fosters an understanding of the unique nature of urban life in the world’s most influential metropolis. It engages visitors by celebrating, documenting, and interpreting the city’s past, present, and future. The building is historical, but MCNY exhibits are eye-catching and daring, taking on important topics through exciting new lenses. through objects, images, video, photography, and interactive digital experiences in “New York at Its Core”, a new ongoing exhibition in three galleries. Watch Timescapes, an ongoing short documentary that brings viewers on a 28-minute journey through 400 years of NYC history. Get impassioned by the city's long history of social movements, from abolitionism and nativism to the Young Lords and BLM, in Activist New York. In our rotating special exhibits, you'll find deep dives into fascinating topics of New York's history, present and future. Visit mcny.org to see what's on show!   If you get "museum feet", take a break at Amy’s Bread, our cafe operated by the award-winning NYC bakery, and have a look a the Museum Shop, which offers a wide array of exhibition-related and New York City-centric items and gifts. MCNY is located at the top of Museum Mile and across from Central Park’s Conservatory Gardens and housed in a newly renovated 1932 Georgian Colonial-Revival building.

Museum of the City of New York Private Family Tour

3. Museum of the City of New York Private Family Tour

Have a scholar guide you on a private tour through the galleries of the museum, highlighting the most compelling stories of New York City. Hear behind-the-scenes facts, stories, and anecdotes about the city’s past, present, and future.  Design the future of New York in The Future City Lab, the innovative, interactive culmination of the "New York at Its Core" exhibition. The lab includes creative design games and other engaging displays that bring contemporary history to life. Framed around the key themes of money, density, diversity, and creativity, the exhibition highlights stories of innovation, energy, struggle, and the vision of generations of New Yorkers.

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Fun time walking through Harlem with someone who knows the place!

Our tour with Reggie Reg of Crash Crew was really interesting and entertaining. He made everyone in our group feel welcome, and gave us lots of great insight into the culture and Harlem. My 17-year-old son enjoyed it and so did I (55)!

We were up from Virginia for the Fourth of July. Reggie Reg true Hip Hop Icon as a rapper from the 80s was our tour guide. The tour was amazing and he showed us a lot of culture and hip hop from art, music and history. Great tour.

a fun way to get a different insight into NY and Hip Hop

Of course it depends on the tour guide himself. We had Reggie from The Crash Crew and he told us nicely about the period. However, street art has almost completely disappeared and that was a shame.

What a bomb of knowledge our guide was.He knew everything about the history of Harlem and hiphop.