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Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch

130 Malcolm X Blvd New York, NY 10026
800-717-9981  
Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch
Detail Duration: 3 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 3 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch Schedule Schedule
Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch
Upcoming Schedule:
Jul
24
Wed
11:00 AM
Jul
31
Wed
11:00 AM
Aug
7
Wed
11:00 AM
Aug
14
Wed
11:00 AM
Aug
21
Wed
11:00 AM
Aug
28
Wed
11:00 AM
Sep
4
Wed
11:00 AM
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Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch Photos (11)
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Get ready for an exhilarating evening of jazz as you step aboard the Bateaux New York Evening Jazz Cruise. Sail along the Hudson River and marvel at the spectacular view of Manhattan as you savor a scrumptious cuisine and groove to live jazz music. This activity is a must for anyone looking to experience New York City's vibrant jazz scene while dining on a luxurious yacht in the most enchanting of settings.

As you board the yacht, you will be transported to a world of elegance and sophistication. The Bateaux New York is a luxurious vessel equipped with open-air decks, panoramic windows and an elegant dining room that boasts live jazz performances. With a capacity of 300 passengers, the yacht offers a spacious platform that ensures everyone has an unobstructed view of the stunning New York skyline.

Once you take your seats, you will be served a three-course meal that is nothing short of perfection. Prepared using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, the entréeées, salads and desserts are sure to be a culinary delight. The menu is carefully curated to provide a unique dining experience that tantalizes the taste buds and stimulates the senses.

As you indulge in the sumptuous meal, the jazz musicians will take the stage and transport you to the era of Duke Ellington and Count Basie. The jazz ensemble takes the art form to another level with their virtuoso performances, soaring solos and expert improvisations. You will have the opportunity to enjoy classic jazz numbers as well as contemporary hits played by some of the best musicians in the industry.

Throughout the evening, the cruise will sail past iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building. The stunning views from the open-air deck provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic evening out or a relaxing night under the stars.

This enchanting evening on the Bateaux New York Evening Jazz Cruise is a perfect activity for jazz enthusiasts and foodies alike. It offers a once in a lifetime experience that encapsulates the true essence of New York City's jazz scene.

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 Pass By  Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York, NY
Delve into New York’s rich African-American heritage at the Abyssinian Baptist Church. For over two centuries, it has served as the pillar of spiritual life and the civil rights movement. This historical Harlem landmark, renowned for its stunning architecture and powerful choir, offers a unique experience that transcends religion, resonating with history and culture.
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 Pass By  Canaan Baptist Church of Christ
Experience the spiritual heartbeat of Harlem at the historic Canaan Baptist Church of Christ. Imbued with a rich cultural tapestry, the church reverberates with vibrant gospel melodies and powerful sermons. Beyond religious services, it serves as a community beacon, championing education and social justice. Discover the authentic essence of Harlem and be part of a community bound by faith and unity at Canaan Baptist.
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 Pass By  Langston Hughes House
Experience literary history come alive at the Langston Hughes House in New York! This historic gem is where the renowned Harlem Renaissance poet penned his inspiring works. Feel the creative atmosphere where Hughes's influential words were born, and immerse yourself in a vital piece of Harlem's artistic past. A must-visit for literature enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Come find your inspiration at Langston Hughes House!
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 Pass By  Masjid Malcolm Shabazz Mosque
Discover the Masjid Malcolm Shabazz Mosque in New York, an iconic symbol of faith and unity. Located in Harlem, this spiritual haven emerges as a vibrant landmark. Immerse yourself in its profound history, tracing back to the struggle for racial equality. Delight at its richly adorned facade and the serene atmosphere within, making the Mosque a must-visit destination for culture seekers and peace lovers alike.
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 Pass By  Mother AME Zion Church
Discover New York City's vibrant history at the Mother AME Zion Church, the oldest African-American church in the state. Here, experience poignant echoes of African-American heritage and the underground railroad. Its fascinating architecture, colorful stained glass windows, and soul-stirring spiritual gatherings offer an inspiring and enriching tour rich with historical significance and community spirit.
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 Pass By  Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Immerse yourself in rich history at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, located in New York. Home to millions of artifacts, the center invites you to explore centuries of black heritage through compelling exhibitions, interactive research and dynamic programs. Enter this cultural hub and experience the indelible contribution of black culture to the world.
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 Pass By  Waldorf of Harlem/Hotel Theresa
As the first Black-owned luxury hotel in New York, the Hotel Theresa boasts a rich history, elegant architecture, and a perfect setting in bustling Harlem. Come feel the rhythm of New York's soul, reminisce about famous guests of the past, and savor this emblem of African-American triumph. Experience the charm, history, and distinct culture that made the Hotel Theresa the 'Waldorf of Harlem'.

Experience the beauty of Manhattan's skyline as you savor a gourmet dinner set to the tune of the best jazz performers in the world. Book your tickets now and get ready for an unforgettable experience on the Bateaux New York Evening Jazz Cruise.

Frequently Asked Questions for Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch:
  • What methods of transportation does the Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch use?
    This is a walking tour.
  • Approximately how long does the Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch last?
    It lasts approximately 3 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages!
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch?
    Yes.
  • Is the Half-Day Civil Rights Walking Tour in Harlem with Lunch handicap accessible?
    Yes.

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