Act One Broadway Musical Theatre Walking Tour
All the world’s a stage with this walking tour where you explore New York's theater scene like an insider. Check out famous theaters, learn about acting legends, and hear entertaining backstage stories and personal stage experiences.
Sunday Night Jazz with Shirley Zafirau
This original jazz tour was created by Shirley Zafirau, your guide. It traces the 100 year evolution of Jazz in NYC from it's early 1900's introduction to the present. It begins in the center of Harlem near the now closed historic Lenox Lounge with a brief walk to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, then past the famous Apollo Theater with a bit of local jazz history commentary followed by two Jazz Club stops. The first is an under-the-radar club in a Harlem brownstone that serves up delicious soul food, drinks and a hot international jazz jam session with Hammond B3, tenor sax, electric guitar, drum set, etc. We'll then travel via the 'A' train made famous by Ellington & Ella to a second more sophisticated club with live jazz, food & drinks. Before going to this club, Shirley will share some fascinating historical facts that illustrate the ironic "back to the future" aspect of this location. The evening ends approximately 11:00-11:30pm.
The Catacombs by Candlelight
This is a 90 minute tour that takes you into the off-limits areas of the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. This church was the original Saint Patrick's Cathedral back in 1815 before the larger cathedral in Midtown took the seat of the Bishop in 1879.
Duration:  1hr 30mins
Chinatown the Official Neighborhood Tour
Manhattan’s Chinatown is a neighborhood that has always been alluring yet bewildering. Exclusively with Tommy's New York; you can now experience this vibrant community with access to places that have never been open to public tours before.
Behind the Scenes Tour of the Kings Theatre
Explore one of the most opulent movie palaces ever constructed, Kings Theatre—one of the five Wonder Theatres built in and around New York City. Hear stories about the building's history and how it was inspired by the Paris Opera House.