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At the intersection of Broadway and Park Place across the street from City Hall 233 Broadway New York, NY 10279
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Share anything else here. Just start typing... I also visited the Irish Hunger Memorial only a few blocks down Vesey Street past WTC. The Brooklyn Bridge is also a block or two away- very nice to walk over to Brooklyn!
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Max gave us yummy snacks & water for energy!
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The Bridge Into Brooklyn Walking Tour
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attended May 08 2011

This tour was excellent! I'm a native New Yorker, and I'm also a fan of history, but our tourguide, Max, blew me away with his wealth of knowledge. The best part is that he's a great storyteller. He doesn't just throw facts and numbers at you. ...continued

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attended Jul 31 2011

My husband and I went on the Bridge tour this past weekend. We have been on at least 4 different walking tours and Max by far is the best. He is very informative and knows so much about the area. Don't miss out on his tours! You won't be sorry!

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attended Jul 17 2011

This is an outstanding tour!! Max, the tour guide, is quite knowledgable. I learned very interesting historical facts regarding the Brooklyn Bridge as well as historical landmarks and areas on both sides of the bridge. I highly recommend any...continued

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In addition to walking across one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century, the Brooklyn Bridge, we will explore two unique Brooklyn neighborhoods:  D.U.M.B.O. and Brooklyn Heights. We’ll also rewind the clock and learn about the largest battle of the American Revolution to see where George Washington staged his “midnight escape.”

This tour runs about three hours, and covers about three miles on foot.  Some uphill walking is required.  Each participant will receive a bottle of water and a chocolate sample during the walk.  Please note that the tour usually ends in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn (the tour crosses the bridge one way).  Directions for the short subway ride back to Manhattan will be provided.

About the Ticket Supplier: CityRover Walking Tours

Check out CityRover’s highly rated walking tours in New York City. Exciting itineraries, packed with interesting sights, history, memorable stories, and even some local snack stops along the way. Group sizes are intimate, and the tours are perfect for long-time city dwellers, recent transplants, and visitors alike.