Tour the exciting and evolving Audubon Mural Project, the goal of which is to paint murals of over 300 climate-threatened birds in the northern Manhattan neighborhood where John James Audubon lived.
- See a wide variety of murals and learn about the inspiration for this amazing project, the artists who are participating in it, and the plans for its future
- Visit John James Audubon’s impressive gravesite in the Trinity Church Cemetery
- Go on an enthralling tour in an intriguing Harlem neighborhood, seldom explored by most NYC visitors, designed for bird enthusiasts, public art admirers, and those passionate about climate change
- Friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will stop at least 30 murals, giving information about each of them and the artists who created them
- Guide will also present general information about the Audubon Mural Project’s origins and future
- Most important is sturdy and comfortable footwear.
- If the weather is cold, please be sure to wear/bring warm enough clothing, including a hat and gloves.
- Binoculars are an asset for seeing high murals on the sides of buildings.
- This tour does not accommodate pets.
Full refund if you cancel up to 48 hours in advance.