St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City

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  • Radio City Christmas Spectacular & St. Patrick's Cathedral

    1. Radio City Christmas Spectacular & St. Patrick's Cathedral

    Enjoy singing, dancing, and humor with Nativity scenes. The Christmas Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes is an annual musical holiday stage show presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The 90-minute show features Santa Clause, more than 140 performers, and an original musical score.  The NYC Rockettes' performance of "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" and "The Living Nativity" has been in every edition of the annual show up to the present day. The Rockettes will dance to Here Comes Santa Claus, Dress like Rag Dolls, and much more.  This package includes a self-guided audio tour of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the largest decorated gothic-style Catholic cathedral in the United States. Enjoy the fully decorated cathedral during the holiday season. You can listen to the audio tour and explore the Cathedral at your own pace. The audio tour is narrated by Cardinal Timothy ...

    great show, tickets easy to book and email confirmation with printable or downloadable tickets for personal choice couldnt of made the trip easier

  • New York City: Little Italy Italian Food Tasting Tour

    2. New York City: Little Italy Italian Food Tasting Tour

    Immerse yourself in the food culture of Little Italy on a 2-hour tasting tour, and visit 4 different venues in the famous New York neighborhood. Every venue you will visit is more than a century old, and the tastings will make up the equivalent of a 4-course lunch! Start at Parisi Bakery, loved by Frank Sinatra for its prosciutto-infused bread. Then, visit the family-owned Alleva Dairy, where more than 4,000 pounds of fresh mozzarella and ricotta are whipped up each week at America’s oldest cheese shop. Go to the oldest pizzeria in America at Lombardi's Pizza, and take a peek at their 106-year-old coal oven. Skip the lines (among New York’s longest since 1892) at Ferrara Bakery. Your guide will point out movie locations from blockbuster films, such as “The Godfather,” “Donnie Brasco,” “Mean Streets,” and “Sex and the City” along the way. See the bootlegging depot from the days of Proh...

    The tour was paced well and the guide was very knowledgeable with a great sense of humor.

  • NYC: St. Patrick's Cathedral Official Self-Guided Audio Tour

    3. NYC: St. Patrick's Cathedral Official Self-Guided Audio Tour

    Explore St Patrick's Cathedral, the largest decorated gothic-style Catholic cathedral in the United States. Taking up an entire city block, the cathedral first opened in 1879 and is considered one of New York City’s finest buildings.  Present your pass at the Cathedral gift shop to gain expedited entry and your multi-lingual audio guide. You can also download the tour onto your own personal device and use your own personal headphones. Once you are inside the cathedral, the experience is self-guided. You can listen to the audio tour and explore the Cathedral at your own pace. The audio tour is narrated by Cardinal Timothy Dolan and is approximately 1 hour long. It is recommended to allow up to 1.5 hours as you may wish to pause the audio tour at times to enjoy features like the Lady Chapel, the towering twin spires, and the 9000 lbs bronze doors which can be opened by a single person. ...

  • New York: 7 Wonders of Midtown Exploration Game

    4. New York: 7 Wonders of Midtown Exploration Game

    Imagine you’re a young reporter who has just moved to New York City in hopes to make your “big break.” You’ve recently received a lead that suggests magic is here in Midtown! Your lead instructs you to meet him in Grand Central, where he’ll provide you with everything you need to discover a Secret Society of Magical Persons. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure? The city game starts at the Grand Central Station. It will take you around 1.5 hours to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at The Plaza Hotel. After your booking. you will receive an email on how to download the game to your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against ...

    Big walking tour of midtown. Wonderful sites and interesting historic trivia. Some of the wordings of clues were not very specific. A lovely long walk. The best part was spending time in Bryant Park.

  • NYC: St Patrick's Cathedral Audio Tour & 5th Av Walking Tour

    5. NYC: St Patrick's Cathedral Audio Tour & 5th Av Walking Tour

    Join the only walking tour that is a Charter Partner of St Patrick's Cathedral for exclusive Fastpass access to the largest gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the US. Discover the iconic 5th Avenue with your guide and learn about landmarks like Rockefeller Center and Radio Music Hall before visiting the Cathedral on a self-guided audio tour. Your experience begins with a 1-hour walking tour with an English-speaking guide of Fifth Avenue. Admire the Atlas Statue and stroll past Saks Fifth Avenue. See the famous Rockefeller Center, Channel Gardens, and Radio City Hall. Benefit from the interesting insights of your local guide as you learn about the history, the architecture and the movies filmed in this area. The walking tour will end at St. Patrick's Cathedral - the largest decorated gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States, taking up an entire city block. Your guide will es...

  • Midtown Manhattan Private Walking Tour with Empire State Tix

    6. Midtown Manhattan Private Walking Tour with Empire State Tix

    Explore the best of Midtown Manhattan with a private guide, experiencing the best sites and sounds of the city, from Grand Central Terminal to Fifth Avenue, and finishing with entrance tickets to the Empire State Building. See the places you’ve always wanted to check off your NYC bucket list.

    Check out the Chrysler Building, New York Public Library, Times Square, Saks Fifth Avenue, and even the city’s famed skyscrapers, including the Flat Iron, Empire State Building, and Rockefeller Plaza. This is the perfect way to orient yourself in the maze of the Big Apple’s bright lights and yellow taxis. Your tour finishes with entrance tickets to the top of the Empire State Building.

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What people are saying about St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 19 reviews

It was a great activity, your going to love the history and the foods you will taste, its not like you are getting free meals, your also getting to know the beginnings of little Italy, which is something I loved so much,I'd recommend this activity into anyone's bucket list of things to to and don't forget to bring your friends as it is fun to do.

What a delightful tour of Little Italy. Isabelle was a gracious host. She taught us a lot about the history and culture of the area. We were very entertained. We also so enjoyed the tastes of Italy. Our family is still talking about the fun experience we had!

The tour was paced well and the guide was very knowledgeable with a great sense of humor.

Great tour, loved tasting the different foods and finding out the history of the place.

Excellent tour guide. A most enjoyable way to kick off the afternoon.