New York City Walking Tours

Alexander Hamilton's Grave

Secrets of Lower Manhattan

Take a captivating journey through the city’s remarkable past.

Washington Square Park

Secrets of Greenwich Village

Explore the unique history of New York’s most fascinating neighborhood.

Ramones at CBGB

Rock and Roll History

Follow in the footsteps of music legends.

Lucky Luciano Mugshot

Mafia in Little Italy

Learn the dark history of notorious mobsters where it happened.

At Tourizee, we are passionate about showcasing the best of New York City through walking tours that go beyond the surface level tourist attractions. Our mission is to provide our guests with an unforgettable experience that offers a deeper understanding of the city’s fascinating history and hidden gems.

Our tours are led by knowledgeable and experienced guides who are not only experts in the history of New York but also have a love for the city’s vibrant present. They will take you through charming neighborhoods that may be off the beaten path, sharing stories and insights that only a local would know.

We believe that the best way to experience NYC is on foot, immersing yourself in its unique culture and history. Our tours are designed to be fun and engaging, offering a unique perspective on the city that you won’t find on a typical tour.

Our walking tours take a deep dive on topics that even locals will find fascinating. Whether you’re a history buff eager to learn about the city’s fascinating past or an adventurer seeking the best views of the skyline, our walking tours have something for everyone.

Join us on one of our walking tours and let us share our love and knowledge of New York City with you. We promise it will be an experience you won’t forget!

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Minetta Brook Plaque

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Patchin Place

Patchin Place

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