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Private Central Park Walking Tour with a Personal Photographer

From US$75.00
  • Take a private, custom walking tour and personal photo shoot in one outing
  • See Central Park and Times Square with a professional photographer-guide
  • Get 75 high-resolution digital photographs as a memento of your trip
Private Central Park Walking Tour with a Personal Photographer
From US$75.00
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2-hour Mid-Afternoon Tour
2-hour tour departing between 2pm and 4pm. Exact time to be advised upon confirmation.
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2-hour tour departing between 12pm and 2pm. Exact time to be advised upon confirmation.
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2-hour tour departing between 10am and 12pm. Exact time to be advised upon confirmation.
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Visit two quintessential New York City landmarks, glitzy Times Square and sprawling Central Park, with a personal photographer to capture your experience. Explore the Manhattan’s ‘backyard’ green space and get your picture taken with highlights like Bethesda Fountain and Strawberry Fields as a backdrop. Your guide will show you the most picturesque locations, take professional-quality photographs and email a 75-image digital gallery to you within 48 hours of your tour.
What to Expect
Meet your photographer-guide in Times Square and take a brief walk around the famous landmark, getting photographed against the bright lights, pulsing crowds and colorful billboards of this famous entertainment district.

Then, hop the subway and travel two stops uptown to Central Park. Along the way, you can request photographs anywhere that strikes you, including on the train itself. Detour through the historic Plaza Hotel, posing in the opulent lobby, then wander through picturesque Central Park, visiting Bow Bridge, Strawberry Fields, Sheep Meadow, and Bethesda Fountain.

At the end of your tour-photo shoot, walk out through the Upper West Side’s historic streets, capturing a few final shots, before your session wraps up. Then, expect delivery of your 75-shot digital photo album within 48 hours.
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Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

Our photographer, Marc Samuels, was great. He was in tune with our desires, very helpful in learning about the city, and provided helpful tips that enhanced our visit.

Thank April D
Reviewed 22 April 2018
A+ tour walking with NY gide

It sure was a great walk, and i have lovely pictures that i could not take myself by far. Marc knows the city so well because he is from new york. In this 2 hour tour he asked me what i wanted and gave me...More

1  Thank Liliana K
Reviewed 15 April 2018
An exhilarating, fun introduction to NY city

We booked a Photo Trek tour in order to enjoy elements of NYC and capture the images to keep as memories. Marc was brilliant, he was enthusiastic, daring with some of the shots (we all survived!) and managed to engage teenagers, adults and children alike...More

1  Thank AgentLight
Reviewed 15 March 2018
Great photos

Marc was a very friendly and professional guide. The photos turned out great, and he was familiar with all the best spots to photograph and very patient in guiding our poses. We live in the city so it's pretty interesting to hear facts about Central...More

1  Thank theordinaryorange
Reviewed 3 March 2018
All Star Weekend Visit Gone Really Right!

Mark was our photographer and tour guy through Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge. Although I have been to NYC many times, Mark was very informative and pointed out a lot of really cool stuff. My girlfriend who was visiting for the first time hasn't...More

2  Thank Jamelle M
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