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Tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in NYC

Bowling Green New York City, New York 10004
800-717-9981  
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2:00 PM
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2:00 PM
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16
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2:00 PM
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2:00 PM
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Tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in NYC
Detail Small-group tour
Detail Fully narrated tour
Detail Informative, friendly and professional guide
Detail Step back in time on a history tour
Detail Duration: 2 hours
Tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in NYC Schedule Schedule
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If you're looking to immerse yourself in New York City's rich history, you simply must take the Tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam. This incredible tour takes place in the heart of downtown Manhattan, where you'll discover hidden gems that date back to the early days of the city.

The tour begins at the southern end of Broadway, where your expert guide will immerse you in the history of Dutch New Amsterdam. You'll learn fascinating facts about the Dutch settlers who established this bustling port town in the early 17th century.

Over the course of the tour, you'll explore some of New York's most notable landmarks, including the Bowling Green Fence, the African Burial Ground, and St. Paul's Chapel. You'll also visit lesser-known sites, like the remnants of the original city wall and the former site of the Stadt Huys, the city's original government building.

Throughout the tour, your guide will regale you with tales of the early New Amsterdam settlers, including the challenges they faced as they worked to build a new home in a new world. You'll learn about the city's origins as a trading post for fur and tobacco, as well as its eventual transformation into a hub for commerce and culture.

Perhaps the highlight of the tour is a visit to the historic Fraunces Tavern, often cited as the site of George Washington's farewell to his troops at the end of the Revolutionary War. Here, you'll enjoy a delicious lunch and have the opportunity to explore the museum, which houses artifacts and exhibits related to the city's Dutch and colonial past.

By the end of this extraordinary tour, you'll have gained a new appreciation for the rich history and culture of New York City. You'll be amazed by the incredible interconnectedness of the past and present, and you'll leave with unforgettable memories and newfound knowledge.

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 Pass By  Fraunces Tavern in New York, NY
Fraunces Tavern is not just about fine dining; it's about reliving history. This long-standing monument of New York tells countless tales of the American Revolution era. Enjoy your pint as you learn about its intriguing past from Revolutionary War artifacts to George Washington's farewell.


Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Book your Tour of the Remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam today and discover the magic of New York's past.

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