How to Make Your own NYC Historic Tour with Private Guide
Experience New York City’s rich history aboard a time-traveling trolley bus. Listen as your tour guide, an expert in NYC history, most likely dressed in authentic historic costume, providing descriptive commentary from the perspective of a renowned historic figure of a bygone era.
You might be traveling with a large group of people and buying tickets from one of the well-known sightseeing bus companies in NYC might get a bit expensive for a large group. Creating your own tour can save some money for the group and you can customize the itinerary to whatever time length you like.
To impress your guests and make this Historical NYC tour look and feel professionally done you will need two things: A private tour guide and a trolley.
There are many websites that offer freelance service for private tour guides, but for your peace of mind you might want to book a private tour guide from a reputable agency.
We suggest that you give it a try Guides Association of New York City https://www.ganyc.org
Chose tour guides by category of your choice. And you can request to book a trolley with driver at https://www.partybuses.nyc/ride/
Historic itinerary can include:
- Theater District
- Times Square
- Herald Square / Macy’s
- City Hall
- World Trade Center Site
- National Museum of the American Indian
- Police Museum
- Titanic Lighthouse Memorial
- Greenwich Village
- Empire State Building
- Make your own itinerary and the Trolley will take you there
Experience the glory of New York City from its founding by the Dutch in 1626 to its role in the American Revolution, from George Washington’s poignant address bidding his troops farewell at the end of the war to the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence at the southwest corner of City Hall Park.
View the remarkable architecture of such treasures as the Empire State Building, the Woolworth Building and the Flatiron Building. See Times Square – where New Yorkers lined up to experience America’s newest playground. Visit the Five Points, where the forsaken tenements of the 19th century gave birth to the politics of reform and investigative journalism. Relive the salacious scandal of Evelyn Nesbitt and the murder of Stanford White by Nesbitt’s husband, Harry K. Thaw, as well as the wild stories of the 20’s and NYC’s speakeasies.
Visit Macy’s one of the most popular department stores not only in the USA but around the world that started it’s journey to success only after reaching New York City since 1858 having it’s first store on 6th Ave between 13 and 14 St. How it has influenced NYC’s culture with Thanksgiving Day Parade and make sure you buy some goods there otherwise no more money for the parade and the parade goes to China for less.
Create this journey through time on our comfortable and picturesque trolley bus at your convenience, travel through New York at your own pace, walk and explore the Big Apple without rush and engage with other visitors about your experience.