Central Park Bike Tour
Bike Rent NYC’s Central Park Bike Tour is our most popular tour. We offer this tour four times daily. You will meet at our store at 203 W. 58th St. NY, NY 10019. From there, you will walk your bike one block (no riding in car traffic!) to the entrance of the park. Our guide will give you instructions and a safety briefing, and then you’re on your way. This tour follows the entire length of the park, taking a 6 mile (10 km) loop. Highlights include; Columbus Circle, the Central Park Mall, the Jackie Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, the Bethesda Fountain, The Great Lawn, Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle, and many other photo perfect sights. There are stops along the way for photos. This tour is perfect for families and anyone else who wants to see as much of Central Park as possible in a short period of time. This tour takes approximately two hours.
Greenwich Village Walking Tour With Food Tastings
Immerse yourself in New York City's bohemian history as you stroll through one of the most renowned neighborhoods in NYC: Greenwich Village. Take a trip down bohemian lane for the area's history and culture, stopping for three tastings of the Village's classic treats.
Duration:  2hrs 30mins - 3hrs
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.
Harlem History and Beyond
By the turn of the 20th century, luxury mansions, carriage houses and social clubs began dotting the area now known as the Upper East Side. This social dynamic kept gallery owners and their wealthy patrons close together. Then, large residential and commercial buildings came into the neighborhood hiding one of NY’s oldest gallery districts. Hidden gems can be found upstairs in old townhouses and behind marked doors. We will talk with art dealers and see a combination of old European Masters, American contemporary works, rare Southeast Asian antiquities and modern photography. Interested in building a collection with the help of an experienced curator and select dealers, that option is available as well.
Duration:  2hrs - 2hrs 30mins
The Drinking and Prohibition History Tour
Take a sudsy journey through New York's underground watering holes on a guided tour. Discover hidden spots that offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of Midtown's normal tourist stops as you experience New York's vibrant underground culture.
9/11 Tour with Tickets to Museum
Explore the history of one of America's greatest tragedies on a guided walking tour of Ground Zero from September 11, 2001. Hear stories told by a guide who witnessed the day's events while seeing how the city and the country pulled together after the attack.