The NoHo Historic District & East Village Walking Tour
Architecture -- History -- Interesting Pictures and Stories

A Walking Tour of the Past and Present

This walking tour focuses on the history and architecture of a part of the Lower East Side now known as the East Village
and includes two historic districts along with interesting pictures and stories that join us with the neighborhood's past.

This Walking Tour Of Manhattan's Past and Present Features:

For the two hour tour, a walk through the NoHo Historic District in the East Village and a few interesting stops just outside of the NoHo Historic District.
Each participant is given an itinerary with 16 stops that include 11 New York City landmarks and 9 national landmarks.
For the three and a half hour tour, a walk through the East Village including: The No-Ho Historic District, Saint Mark's in the Bowery Historic District, Saint Marks Place and The Renwick Triangle. We will pass the site of the Jewish (Yiddish) Rialto, the "Walkway of Stars", the Astor Place Riot and the start of `Ladies Mile' or 'Fashion Row'.
Each participant is given an itinerary with 28 stops that include 20 New York City Landmarks and 14 National Landmarks.
Each stop is fully discussed.

Some highlights for the two hour tour:

The three and a half hour tour includes:

About 2 hours long or ar a three and a half hour version

Meeting at: the northeast corner of Houston and Broadway
Take the #6 train to Bleecker St. or N or R train to Prince St.

Guided by Alfred Pommer a native New Yorker, a college graduate and a Licensed New York City Guide,
who has spent over 27 years researching, creating and leading walking tours in Manhattan's many diverse neighborhoods.
He is the author of four Manhattan guide books published by The History Press.

Interested in a Private Walking Tour" ?
Call: (212) 979-2388 for details
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