Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service)

Uncover the influential elements Gospel Music has had on the neighborhood streets of New York City by visiting historical and remowned landmarks in Harlem.

The New York Pass Free guided Harlem Gospel Tour (on Sundays) Normally $45.00 - Free with New York Pass

Discover the elements and cultural roots of Gospel Music in New York City on the Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service).

Join a 3-hour tour of Harlem and learn about the influence that Gospel music has had on the neighborhood over the years. you'll get to view world-famous landmarks in Harlem such as the Apollo Theater, Striver's Row and Abyssinian Baptist Church. At the end of the tour, you will get to enjoy a traditional Gospel musical performance at a local church.

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Reservations required:
It is strongly recommended that you reserve your spot on the tour before you arrive in New York City. The Harlem Gospel Tour has limited capacity. For NY Pass holders, please visit www.insideouttours.com to make your reservations ahead of time.

Highlights

Gospel Music
Get a taste of authentic Gospel music as you experience a Live choir performance at one of the most historic churches in Harlem.

Did You Know

  • The Abyssinian Baptist Church recorded the largest U.S Protestant congregation in the 1930s with over 10,000 members.

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Getting to Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service)

Getting to Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service)

  • Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service) 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037 (Meeting Place: In front of Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture)
  • Closest Subway 135th Street station
  • Closest Bus Stop See map
  • Big Bus hop on hop off Tour Stops

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Opening Times

Sundays 8:30am

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