NYC Super Saver Combo Tour: All of Manhattan & Brooklyn
Welcome to New York City Combo Self-Guided Walking Tours!
Midtown Manhattan is the most recognizable and is the most densely populated. When you book the tour, we will take you through the heart of the city where you will hear stories about its iconic buildings & how the city became the center of power and wealth after it was traded from the Dutch in the 1600s.
Explore the most famous park in the world! Check out iconic landmarks like Bethesda Fountain, scenic paths like the Mall, famous filming locations, and more inside Central Park. The tour can take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours, and is a must-do for any New York visitor!
Discover the hidden secrets of the most famous train station in the country. Marvel at the vaulted ceiling constellations, Whispering Galleries, and ostentatious grandeur.
Check out “Hipster Brooklyn” at its best. Discover Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights as well as the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, and iconic Brooklyn locations.
This self-guided audio tour allows you to explore New York's wonders with maximum flexibility and value.
Recommended: Purchase one tour per vehicle. Everyone can listen at the same time!
Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter the password, and download the tour inside. When you arrive, head over to the first stop. Stick to our recommended route and speed limit for the best experience.
Changing travel date? No worries! Your tour is available anytime from the moment you book.
This is not an entrance ticket. Check opening hours and pandemic rules before your visit.
Key stops for Midtown Manhattan:-
Russian Tea Room
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Saks Fifth Ave and Christmas Display
The Rink at Rockefeller Center
Radio City Music Hall
42nd and Broad
Grand Central Terminal
New York Public Library
Empire State Building
The Bomber Crash
The View from the Top
Key Stops for New York Central Park:-
Wasteland to Parkland
Central Park Zoo
Music And More
Statue of Balto
Why’s Balto Here?
The Mall & Literary Walk: Shakespeare and Columbus