Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour: See the Abolitionist Sites of New York
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Celebrate the intimate and spectacular beauty of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan's impressive skyline from the decks of the magnificent 82-foot schooner Shearwater. This 1929 vessel, built from native hardwoods, is New York City's only floating designated landmark. When the Gatsby-era ship's sails unfurl, sit back and enjoy the casually elegant atmosphere as this ocean-tested vessel glides comfortably through world-famous New York Harbor during the relaxing one hour and 30-minute ride. Your ticket includes a serving of beer, wine or choice of soft drink. Learn More
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The tour guide did the impossible: she kept a long (3 hours) tour interesting enough to stick w/ it in the horrible heat of last week (temps in the upper 90s). The ONLY suggestion I can think to make is to change the name of the tour to something like Africans in Early NYC. But it was so much fun & I went to places that I've never been to...and I live here! I highly recommend it.
Inside Out Tours offers this eye-opening, informative walking tour that guides you through the role slavery played in New York City’s early history and the remarkable fight for the abolition of slavery in New York City.
View historic sites that were part of the Underground Railroad network. Visit a memorial and museum commemorating the lives of enslaved Africans in NYC. Learn about the harrowing and long journey that many slaves undertook to gain their freedom. Listen to tales of courage and triumph and discover real New Yorkers who risked life and property to help others.
This three-hour tour reveals the location and details of slave rebellions and riots, and offers fascinating insights to the institution of slavery in New York City.