The experiences below can be booked for 1 person up to 100 people. Send us a quick inquiry and we will get back to you with a price and dates of availability. We can also run our public tours as private group tours.
There are over 50 galleries in Bushwick and the neighborhood is reminisicant of the art world of Soho in the 70s. Experience it before it's gone! Starts at $400 per group for 2-3 hours. Can include food, visits to brewery, distillery, galleries, etc.
Did you know that Brooklyn has roughly 700 arts and cultural institutions as well as 30 miles of waterfront? See a bit of both and enjoy mimosas and your original piece of art on this dynamic, 2 hour art spectacular. Plus attendees receive an original piece of art and a swag bag!
Experience one of NYC’s most frequented (and photographed) destinations, the High Line. We start at Chelsea Market and visit a range of sights. Your guide will share all the incredible history along the way. Optional food tastings, beer or wine on the High Line or a picnic!
MADE IN BROOKLYN. This tour is all about insider access to some of Brooklyn’s best boutiques and food stops. Private demonstrations and introductions by designers and owners. This tour will truly leave you feeling Like A Local as you shop, eat, and imbibe your way through Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Dumplings, donuts, speakeasies and ganger stories. Discover the hidden gems of Chinatown and Little Italy on this evening tour. There is a focus on the rich history of these neighborhoods while exploring, seeing the sights, stopping for amazing food at local spots and topping it all off with a special speakeasy experience.
A visit to the picturesque North Fork provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy natural beauty and tranquility. Did you know there are over 40 wineries? The North Fork is completely surrounded by water – The Sound and the Bay, so there are endless views, farms, historic towns and more.
MADE IN BROOKLYN. This tour is all about insider access to a wide variety of maker's. Including a Vogue recommended high end perfumery and candle maker, coffee roaster, rooftop farm, distillery and more. Plus, visit the dynamic and beautiful neighborhood of Clinton Hill and the historic Navy Yard (a former US Naval Shipyard).
If you've watched Annie Hall and Moonstruck, you've seen this iconic spot, with spectacular vistas of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline and the majestic Brooklyn Bridge. Experience Grimaldi's Pizza, Jane's Carousel, Gleason's Gym and more, among the historic cobblestone streets of this unique area.
Explore America’s great melting pot: learn about the rich cultural diversity and history of the Lower East Side through delicious food. The streets of the Lower East Side tell the tales of struggling immigrants who came to America in search of opportunity. They brought with them recipes from the ‘old world’ and you can still taste these foods today.