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New York Central Park Self Guided Tour

New York Central Park Self Guided Tour - New York, United States

Duration: 2 to 4 hours
Location: New York, United States

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$4.00

Welcome to New York. Among the most visited places in the city, the central park was US's first major landscaped public park ... More info ›

Special Offer - Intro offer: Book by October 12 to save 20%. - Book Now!

Welcome to New York. Among the most visited places in the city, the central park was US's first major landscaped public park. Enjoy the tour and hear how the park was built. The park is larger than Vatican City and Monaco.

After booking, you can enjoy the park at your own speed.
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After you book the tour, we will email you the APP and the TOUR PASSWORD.
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FULLY-AUTOMATIC & OFFLINE: Each point of interest along the tour has a narrated story, narrated directions, and helpful images. As you walk along the path and approach a pin, it’s story will automatically pop up and start playing.
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FASCINATING STORIES: Engaging, and entertaining story about each point.
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FREEDOM TO TRAVEL: No scheduled tour timings, no crowded groups, and no rush to move along past stops that interest you
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SAVE A TON: No “per person” tickets for guided tours! No tips per person
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BEFORE YOU START
We recommend that you download the app & tour when you a good internet connection.

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Pass By: Central Park Zoo, 830 5th Ave, New York City, NY 10065-7001

Among the first stops on the tour, this zoo has been on a lot of movies.

Pass By: Balto Statue, East Drive at 67th Street, New York City, NY 10024

Do you know who Balto is?
Listen to the story of Balto in this stop.

Pass By: Naumburg Bandshell, Terrace Dr. Near, W 72nd St, New York, NY 10019, USA

This band has its connection with Martin Luther King, Jr.

Pass By: Bethesda Terrace, Mid-Park at 72nd Street, New York City, NY 10021

Center of the Central park

Pass By: Bethesda Fountain, Midpark at 72nd St. Transverse Central Park, New York City, NY

The enormous fountain which has the "Angel of the Waters".

Pass By: Alice in Wonderland Statue, 76th Street and 5th Avenue near Conservatory Lake, New York City, NY 10021

The statue ahead depicts a scene from Lewis Carroll’s famous novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Pass By: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave, New York City, NY 10028-0198

You have probably heard about it. It's one of the most famous museums in the world.

Pass By: Obelisk, Central Park, New York City, NY

Also known as "Cleopatra's Needle" this is one of three similar named Egyptian obelisks

Pass By: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, 85th Street to 96th Street, New York City, NY 10128

Billion gallons of water in the city center.

Pass By: Arthur Ross Pinetum, 84th and 86th Street Transverse, New York City, NY 10024

A pinetum is an arboretum made from Pine trees. Listen to the stop to know why it was named after Arthur Ross.

Pass By: Delacorte Theater, 81 Central Park West, New York City, NY 10023

A public theater that started in the year 1962

Pass By: Belvedere Castle, 79th Street Mid Central Park, New York City, NY 10021

A castle in the city? Well, not exactly.

Pass By: Shakespeare Garden, W. Park Dr. and 79th St. Transverse, New York City, NY 10024

Beautiful garden known for its excellent collection of flowers.

Pass By: Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial, W. Park Dr. and W. 72nd St., New York City, NY 10023

The memorial was named for one of Lennon’s favorite songs, titled “Strawberry Fields Forever.”

Special Offer - Intro offer: Book by October 12 to save 20%. - Book Now!

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Fulkerson Winery Standard Wine Tasting

Fulkerson Winery Standard Wine Tasting - Ithaca, United States

Duration: 25 minutes
Location: Ithaca, United States

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$5.00

The Fulkerson family invites you to experience an authentic wine tasting offered year round. This shared tasting of five wines with up to 9 people lasts approximately 25 minutes ... More info ›

The Fulkerson family invites you to experience an authentic wine tasting offered year round. This shared tasting of five wines with up to 9 people lasts approximately 25 minutes. For over 200 years the Fulkersons have lived, farmed and shared the Finger Lakes region with their guests.

The standard tasting includes five samples of the winery’s handmade, estate bottled wines. Explore the rich history of the 1805 farm and the culture of the Finger Lakes as you chat with staff members and enjoy your selections.

After the tasting, you can be assisted in finding any of your favorite selections, or you can peruse the gift shop and home wine making section. Fresh grape juice and/or U-Pick fruit may also be available depending on the time of year. The tasting room is open year round from 10am-5pm, and 9am-5pm from September 1st through October 31st. Closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

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New York City: Financial District Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap

New York City: Financial District Walking Audio Tour by VoiceMap - New York, United States
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Duration: 30 minutes
Location: New York, United States

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$5.00

Walk down the world-famous Wall Street and take in some major landmarks along the way such as the New York Stock Exchange and The Federal Reserve. You'll get a concise but comprehensive history lesson that discusses the Dutch immigrants who settled the area, the takeover that claimed the land for England, and the eventual British surrender to a new, United States of America ... More info ›

Walk down the world-famous Wall Street and take in some major landmarks along the way such as the New York Stock Exchange and The Federal Reserve. You'll get a concise but comprehensive history lesson that discusses the Dutch immigrants who settled the area, the takeover that claimed the land for England, and the eventual British surrender to a new, United States of America. For more recent history, you'll visit the Charging Bull statue and Zuccotti Park, where the Occupy Wall Street movement took place.

The sights you’ll see and experience along the way include modern art, historical monuments, and the unmistakable vibe of New York City. So slide your phone in your pocket and take the tour at your leisure. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Pass By: Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull), 26 Broadway, New York City, NY 10004-1703

See the famous Charging Bull statue on wall street and hear the story of how it was installed - by surprise and without permission - in 1989 and still remains to this day.

Pass By: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 44 Maiden Lane, New York City, NY 10045

The Federal Reserve is the main bank for the United States and sets monetary policy that guides the country’s economy. It also contains the largest reserve of gold in the world - the vault sits 80 feet below street level, directly on top of the very bedrock of Manhattan.

Pass By: Museum of American Finance, 48 Wall Street, New York City, NY 10005-2903

The Museum of American Finance is an independent institute that preserves and exhibits historical media relating to American finance. The museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute and is located in the Financial District of Manhattan.

Pass By: Federal Hall, 26 Wall St, New York City, NY 10005-1996

The current neoclassical structure was completed in 1842 and boasts a facade reminiscent of the Parthenon in Athens and a domed interior rotunda modeled after the Pantheon in Rome.


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VR Experiences

VR Experiences - New York, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: New York, United States

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$5.00

-Two full-motion car racing stimulators
-Four multi-directional treadmills, deliver 360-degree views
-Augmented reality interactive rock-climbing wall
-Xtrematic machines give access to 30 virtual reality games
-The VR horror walk-through's will get your heart pounding

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Slide onto one of two full-motion car racing simulators or step onto one of four multi-directional treadmills that deliver 360-degree views. This technology allows each Escape Virtuality guest to walk or ride into a new world on demand ... More info ›

-Two full-motion car racing stimulators
-Four multi-directional treadmills, deliver 360-degree views
-Augmented reality interactive rock-climbing wall
-Xtrematic machines give access to 30 virtual reality games
-The VR horror walk-through's will get your heart pounding

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Slide onto one of two full-motion car racing simulators or step onto one of four multi-directional treadmills that deliver 360-degree views. This technology allows each Escape Virtuality guest to walk or ride into a new world on demand. Once connected to the innovative equipment, every movement in the real-world triggers instant action in the virtual world.

Those up for more of an athletic challenge may enjoy the augmented reality interactive rock-climbing wall, or go for a VR horror walk-throughs destined to get your heart pounding and your blood flowing. For the gamers, Escape Virtuality offers two Xtrematic machines that give access to 30 virtual reality games.
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Hip Hop Coffee Shop

Hip Hop Coffee Shop - Bronx County, United States

Duration: 15 to 90 minutes
Location: Bronx County, United States

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$5.00

The Boogie Down Grind is an informal museum of hip hop, in the South Bronx where it all started.

It's a good base from which to see great street art (murals & grafitti), the Bronx River, and walk to and from the subways.

Your ticket gives you $5.00 credit towards the purchase of anything on our menu - including the best coffee & espresso drinks, local beers, and wine.

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Visitors will experience artifacts from the 1980's South Bronx - the birthplace of Hip Hop ... More info ›

The Boogie Down Grind is an informal museum of hip hop, in the South Bronx where it all started.

It's a good base from which to see great street art (murals & grafitti), the Bronx River, and walk to and from the subways.

Your ticket gives you $5.00 credit towards the purchase of anything on our menu - including the best coffee & espresso drinks, local beers, and wine.

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Visitors will experience artifacts from the 1980's South Bronx - the birthplace of Hip Hop. We are easy walking distance to many examples of street art and murals + easy to get to by subway

Duration: 45 minutes

Location: Boogie Down Grind Café, 868 Hunts Point Ave, The Bronx, NY 10474, USA

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Erie Canal Museum Admission

Erie Canal Museum Admission - Syracuse, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Syracuse, United States

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$5.00

Experience the great American adventure story of the Erie Canal! When the Erie Canal Museum opened its doors on October 25, 1962, it celebrated and preserved the life of the last remaining weighlock building in America. This Greek revival building stands as a monument to the Erie Canal’s transformative role in the history of the United States ... More info ›

Experience the great American adventure story of the Erie Canal! When the Erie Canal Museum opened its doors on October 25, 1962, it celebrated and preserved the life of the last remaining weighlock building in America. This Greek revival building stands as a monument to the Erie Canal’s transformative role in the history of the United States. Build a stronger connection to this history through interactive exhibits, narrative audio tracks, and original artifacts. Exhibits include a full-size replica canal boat, the history of Erie Canal commerce and communities, the award-winning Locktender's Garden, and the 1850 National Register Weighlock Building.

Admission to the Erie Canal Museum is free with a suggested donation of $5.

Many people want to learn more about local and national history, and need an engaging and informative resource to do so. A visit to the Erie Canal Museum can help you feel a stronger connection to the history of New York and the nation.  The Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the the 1850 Weighlock Building, the last remaining structure of its kind, and to telling the incredible adventure story of the Erie Canal. Come aboard a full size replica canal boat. Explore life in a canal town. Put on a puppet show. Experience a part of history that played an imperative role in the growth and development of the United State. 

The Museum is set up for a self-guided visit, which means you can take as long or as short a time as you want. We find that visits span from 30 minutes to two hours depending on the level of detail you want. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $5. At the Erie Canal Museum, you will find:



The Erie Canal Made New York, a permanent exhibit completed in 2015, that details the history and construction of the Canal, from earliest conception to the modern Barge Canal System. The exhibit features many remarkable images and artifacts from the ECM permanent collection.



The historic 1850 Weighlock Building, which contains on the first floor exhibits about the financing of the Canal, Weighmaster’s office, and Weigh Chamber that contains the Frank Buchanan Thomson, a full-size replica line boat that visitors can explore to learn about life for canal boat passengers and crew, as well as the raw materials and finished goods that traveled on the Canal. The second floor Weighlock Gallery is used for special exhibits that change throughout the year.



The Education Gallery, on the second floor, which contains little vignettes about life in a canal town, including a tavern, general store, and theatre. 



The Children’s Nook, a special space for our youngest visitors, that has books about the Canal, traditional toys, historic clothing, and a puppet theater.



The Locktender’s Garden, a recreation of a Victorian-era Canalside garden, with plants authentic to the period. It was developed and is maintained by the Syracuse Garden Club. 

The Erie Canal Museum also houses the Syracuse Heritage Area Visitor Center. Let our Visitor Services Associates help you navigate your Syracuse visit or answer your Erie Canal questions. There are eight parking spots for Museum visitors located in the New York State parking lot under the highway overpass with entrances on North State Street and on James Street. The spots are labeled “Visitor Center Parking.” Parking is also available on-street surrounding the Museum and in convenient nearby parking lots.

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