Harlem Renaissance walking tour with lunch
- Guided walk across 125th Street to 137th Street area
- See the famous Apollo Theater, Harlem YMCA, Striver's Row and more
- Learn facts and stories about Harlem's rich history
- Informative tour guide provides live commentary
It is time for you to embark on a journey through present-day Harlem to see the people and places of the Harlem Renaissance and discover why this period in American history was so magical and important for African-American culture. Did you ever wonder where Jungle Alley was, or why 135th Street was such a crucial area during Harlem Renaissance? Well, now is the time to lace up your sneakers and bring your imagination.
Discover some of the most beautiful and wonderful theaters, homes, and churches in Harlem. Hear, see and feel the history surrounding the most influential individuals who helped to cultivate this magical journey known as the Harlem Renaissance - Langston Hughes, Pig Foot Mary, Duke Ellington, Madame CJ Walker, Jacob Lawrence, James Van Der Zee, Zora Neale Hurston and many others.
After the walk, enjoy lunch at a local Harlem restaurant with your tour.
- Guided walking tour
- Live tour commentary
Children (seven years of age and under): free
145 West 122nd Street, Suite 1, New York, NY 10027
Tour departs from 145 West 122nd Street, Apt. 1, between (Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and Lenox Avenue).
- Please wear: comfortable sneakers/shoes
- Fridays at 11.00am
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