Harlem in New York City, NY
 
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Harlem in New York City, NY

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The following tours visit Harlem:
Foreign Languages Double Decker 72 Hour Pass Photo
9/22/2016 - 3/31/2017
The Foreign Languages City Tour with Double Decker Bus 72 Hour tour provides you with a great way to experience the wonder that makes New York City so spectacular.
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Foreign Languages City Tour w/Double Decker Bus & Ferry Ticket Photo
The Foreign Languages City Tour with Double Decker Bus and Ferry Ticket provides you with a great way to experience the wonder that makes New York City so spectacular.
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Land & Sea Photo
Taking in the sights in New York City has never been so easy or exciting as with this 48-hour pass to enjoy over 50 stops throughout the Big Apple from the luxury of a double-decker bus and a 90-minute cruise with great views along the west side of Manhattan from the water!
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Land & Liberty Photo
Exploring the sights and attractions in New York City has never been so easy or interesting as with this 48-hour pass to enjoy over 50 stops throughout the Big Apple from the luxury of a double-decker bus and a 60-minute cruise with great views of Manhattan and the water!
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The following tours go by Harlem:
NY See the Best! Tour Photo
9/22/2016 - 12/30/2016
Take a guided shuttle tour of the best attractions that New York City has to offer with the New York See the Best Tour!
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Bronx Loop (BX) Photo
9/22/2016 - 3/31/2017
Hop on board a double-decker bus and see the best sights and sounds of the Bronx with this incredible Bronx Loop Tour!
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Harlem Sunday Gospel Service & Tour Photo
9/25/2016 - 3/26/2017
You'll learn all about Harlem on the 4 hour Harlem on Sunday Tour and Gospel Service where you will view sights like The Cotton Club, Strivers Row, Sylvan Terrace, Sugar Hill, and more before joining a Harlem Gospel Service.
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The New York City Tour in Foreign Languages gives international travelers the tour that they need in their own language.
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Settled by the Dutch in 1658, Harlem, a neighborhood of Manhattan, was named for a city in the Netherlands.

During the 1800's thousands of Irish immigrants lived here, often in poor conditions. The black population began growing in the 20th century, beginning with local New Yorkers and expanding to populations from all over the country. With that change, Harlem declined from a preferred residential neighborhood to a poverty stricken area in which riots began to break out.

After disintegrating in the 1970s and 1980s, Harlem has begun to rebuild itself into an upstanding area in Manhattan. Real estate has begun to regain value and area attractions continue to attract locals and visitors alike. Historic sites and museums of this neighborhood include the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Museum of the City of New York, Studio Museum in Harlem, The Apollo Theater, and the Dance Theater of Harlem. Foods privy to the area include Southern dishes such as ribs, barbecue, collard greens, spoon bread and sweet potato pie. Also, Jamaican, West Indian and Senegalese cuisines are common around the neighborhood.


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I had no idea that Harlem originated from Dutch roots...this tour gives us the chance to learn more about an interesting part of American history.
Gigi -
I had no idea that Harlem originated from Dutch roots...this tour gives us the chance to learn more about an interesting part of American history.
Gigi -
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