Learn about the ever-changing development of New York City, where street art intersects with condos and industry. This tour will take you not only to the most chic spots in the city, but also the least expected must-see art locations in New York.
What to Expect
From a certain urinal in a Manhattan studio to graffiti on the street, New York continues to be the birthplace of many unconventional artistic creations. The NYC Artists Tour: From Graffiti to Galleries will take you to the art districts that have had an undeniable impact on the transformation of NYC.
The 3-hour Manhattan tour takes you to Chelsea, High Line park, the Meatpacking District and SoHo. Learn about the continuous development of neighborhoods and the difference between tags, throw-ups, vandalism, street art, graffiti, murals and wheatpastes.
See Chelsea, the art capital of New York, with over 200 galleries and a daily renewal of street art. Walk around High Line park, the country's largest urban park in the making. Visit the industrial-chic Meatpacking District, now renowned for its luxury restaurants and boutiques, but still plentiful in captivating street art. Finally its off to explore the gentrified streets of SoHo and the tenements and graffiti of the Lower East Side.
If you want to see more art in Manhattan, you have the option to visit NYC's most famous art schools: Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts.
The 4-hour tour takes you by subway from Manhattan to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where there is a thriving indie music, art and hipster culture.
The 5-hour tour also includes the artsy 'hoods of DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), Downtown Brooklyn, and Bushwick. Represent!
All of this will be expertly guided by New York's First Family of Tour Guides. Come experience this "4 E's" (Educational, Entertaining, Energetic and Engaging) tour of Manhattan with plenty of options in Brooklyn.
- Professional tour guide
- 3, 4 or 5-hour guided tour
What's Not Included
- Subway fares
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
Know Before You Go
Please wear comfortable shoes, fashionable socks, and don't forget to bring a sense of humor.
If you want to visit Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts, please make a note in the "leave comments for supplier" section at the reconfirmation of your booking.
Children under 14 tour for free!