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Harlem Walking Tour with Lunch shares the history of the Mount Morris Park Historic District and all of the beautiful sights along the way!

The Mount Morris Park Historic District was first designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation ...

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* Walking Tour in Mount Morris Park Historical District and surrounding area, Plus Lunch.
* Tour Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 11am
* Duration: 3 hours
* Tours departs from 2360 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.) between 126th & 127th St
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This tour must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. This Harlem Walking Tour with Lunch ticket offer is subject to availability and can be changed or revoked at any time. Blackout dates apply. Management reserve all rights.

About Harlem Walking Tour

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Phone Number
  • (212) 280-7888
Address
  • 104 Malcolm X Boulevard
  • New York, NY 10026

Summary

Harlem Walking Tour with Lunch shares the history of the Mount Morris Park Historic District and all of the beautiful sights along the way!

The Mount Morris Park Historic District was first designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. It is considered one of the earliest landmarked districts in the 5 boroughs in Harlem, and covers a 16 block area in Central Harlem. The Harlem Walking Tour includes lunch at a local Harlem restaurant.

Mount Morris Park Historic District showcases a remarkable blend of late 19th and early 20th century residential and church architecture associated with the Gilded Age. The well known "Doctors' Row" commonly known as West 122nd Street, Mount Morris Park West, and Malcolm X Blvd. all demonstrate the remarkable survival of substantially unaltered 19th-century streetscapes, rare in most areas of Manhattan.

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