The Manhattan Murder and Mystery Tour: Visit Crime Scenes, Have Lunch and See Perfect Crime
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China's first all-female percussion group, the Red Poppy Ladies, reinterpret the beloved folk tale Mulan. The story of a legendary heroine who disguised herself as a man to take her father's place in battle was also turned into a famed Disney animated film in 1998. But the Red Poppy Ladies' version mixes kung fu with traditional drumming as a backdrop to this inspiring tale of courage and family loyalty. Famed for their appearance at the Beijing Olympics, these professionally-trained musicians have performed throughout the world. Learn More
Cruise the streets of Manhattan in the comfort of a luxury van with a real NYPD detective for a truly unique perspective on the city. You’ll visit the 25 most notorious crime-scene locations and hear behind-the-scenes secrets that only a cop can tell you. In addition, he’ll show you the former residence of Edgar Allen Poe, the originator of the modern murder mystery, and locations where films such as The Godfather were shot.
This tour is great for both tourists and New Yorkers. You’ll ride comfortably in a 14-passenger luxury van while listening to a tour guide who really knows his stuff: He’s a retired NYPD detective!
Ike Ilkiw is funny, friendly, and fascinating. He loves showing people around his city, and he has a wealth of information about New York history and the NYPD (with the accent to prove it!). He isn’t just somebody who memorized a script to take you around town. He lives in the city and has been in the trenches with the famed NYPD. Learn more about Ike.
After your comfortable 2-hour ride with Ike, enjoy lunch at
The Pourhouse, Restaurant Row’s newest eatery, at 366 West 46th Street. The Pourhouse will take you back in time to 1930s New York with its tin ceilings, oak tables, and overstuffed couches. Sip an ice-cold tap beer and have one of the best burgers or sandwiches in the city.
After lunch, head off-Broadway to see Perfect Crime, the longest-running non-musical play in New York theatre history. The original leading lady is still in the cast!
Bring the entire family — Nothing on the tour is graphic or frightening.