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High Line Park and Greenwich Village Food Tour

Highlights
  • Visit the High Line, a public park built on a former elevated railway
  • Go with a guide: Learn neighborhood secrets many locals don’t know
  • Explore Greenwich Village through tastings at authentic New York eateries
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High Line Park and Greenwich Village Food Tour
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High Line Park and Greenwich Village Food Tour
US$114.00
Overview

Explore two of New York’s most charming locations—the High Line and historic Greenwich Village—on this combined walking and food tour. As you tour, your guide points out famous buildings, landmarks, and art installations you might not have learned about otherwise. Save hours of research by following the guide to sample food from Greenwich Village restaurants trusted and loved by locals.

What to Expect

Meet your guide at the High Line, an elevated public park built on an abandoned railway above the streets of Chelsea. As you walk south, your guide points out buildings by renowned architects and public art installations, and lets you in on neighborhood secrets most visitors never hear. Keep an eye out for the new Whitney Museum.

At the end of the park, descend into Greenwich Village, one of New York’s oldest neighborhoods. As you walk through the charming streets, you fill up on food from classic New York food—pizza, bagels, donuts, and more—from six authentic eateries.

Rather than hunting for hidden gems on your own, the guide recommends jazz clubs, independent bookstores, and coffee shops loved by locals. The tour ends a block away from Washington Square Park, the perfect place to rest your legs.

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Reviewed yesterday
The trip, the food, the guide - all perfect!

My 14 year old granddaughter listed this as one of her favorite things to do in NYC - and we were here for four days and did a lot - so kudos for being on the top of the list! The right mix of walking...More

Thank Beth H
Reviewed 3 days ago
First trip to NY, great way to get a feel for the city.

NY is certainly to big to 'do' in one trip. But this tour was a great way to navigate the High Line line and Greenwich Village. We tried so many different foods, we were all stuffed by the time we were through. Jillian is a...More

1  Thank rmoroz
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best Tour Company!

Garry and his staff are top notch. My friend and I were looking for a small guided tour of the food and nooks and crannies of Manhattan areas. This tour checked all our boxes. Annabelle was great. Passionate about the city, well versed in current...More

Thank kickmyace
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Walking the high line and Greenwich Village.

Great tour. Great guide. Great food. Lot of interesting information told with a lot of pride and enthusiasm by a local.

Thank Carsten T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Wonderful day in Manhattan

My wife and I had a most wonderful experience on the combination High Line and Greenwich Village Food Tour, today. Our guide, Annabel was terrific! In addition to being personable and engaging, Annabel was a weath of knowledge about virtually everything in Manhattan. We were...More

Thank Larry24
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Jenniferk07
19 June 2018|
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Response from Katherine e | Reviewed this property |
I think that my son at age 8 would have done fine on this tour. Our guide told us he had younger boys on the tour the day prior to ours and they had a great time. The food part is a no brainer. My son would have LOVED the... More
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blainerstacy
27 April 2018|
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Response from DrSwest | Reviewed this property |
At least a couple miles. But broken down into smaller sections with talks in between.
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Tom P
24 April 2018|
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Response from Katherine e | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the others that it was 3 1/2 hrs, every minute interesting. I hated to see it end. Well well worth the time.
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