Upper East Side Millionaires Mile Walking Tour 2
Architecture -- History -- Interesting Pictures and Stories

This walking tour features the architecture and history of a part of a neighborhood once known as Millionares Mile at the turn of the last century,
Included in the tour are some surviving mansions plus interesting pictures of bygone mansions of the Gilded Age
and scenes form the past along with stories that will help join us with the neighborhood's past and much more.

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

A walk from E. 72 St. to E. 86 St. including the Metropolitan Museum Historic District. There are over a dozen landmarked turn of the century mansions along with other examples of modern & historical styles of architecture and interesting pictures and stories. You will find out about the loss of the Tiffany Mansion and the demolition of the four Brokaw mansions that caused demonstations and helped influence Mayor Lindlsay to put enforcement powers to the Landmark Preservation Act and more.
All Stops Are Fully Discussed.

The 2 hour walking tour has an itinerary with 17 stops that includes 7 New York City landmarks and two national landmarks
The 2 ½ hour walking tour has an itinerary with 24 stops that includes 11 New York City landmarks and 3 national landmarks
The 3 ½ hour walking tour has an itinerary with 35 Stops that includes 18 New York City landmarks and 5 National Landmarks.

The 2 hour walking tour features:

The 2 ½ hour walking tour Includes:

The 3 ½ hour walking tour also includes::

About 2 hours or a 2 ½ hour version or a 3 ½ hour version

Meet at: Southwest corner East 72th Street and Madison Ave.
#6 Train to E. 68th St. Station (Lexington Avenue)

Guided by Alfred Pommer a college graduate, a native New Yorker and a Licensed New York City Guide,
who has spent over 25 years researching, creating and leading walking tours in Manhattan's many diverse neighborhoods.

Interested in a Private Walking Tour" ?
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