Take a trip to the "Boogie Down" Bronx and explore all that the borough has to offer on the Bronx's Little Italy and Arthur Avenue Tour.

Journey through Belmont and Arthur Avenue, where all the best culinary dishes are being served. This area in the Bronx is praised for their fish markets, butcher shops and Italian bakeries. The scent alone will have your mouth watering along this 3 hour tour. You'll also come across some of the local businesses in the Little Italy area that have grown with the neighborhood over the years. The tour guide will be able to give insight on how the Bronx has developed and also how significant the Little Italy neighborhood is to the borough.You may even meet a few of the Italian American families that have lived in the Bronx and contributed to the borough's evolution.


  • Learn about the borough of The Bronx and explore some of their most storied neighborhoods.

  • Experience the delicious treats that are being cooked daily in Little Italy.

Did You Know

  • Legendary poet and author Edgar Allan Poe used to live in the Bronx. His old home, the "Edgar Allan Poe Cottage" occupies 3 acres.

  • Famous chef Rachel Ray has claimed that the Bronx's Belmont avenue/Arthur Avenue is the REAL Little Italy.

How To Get There

  •  S,4,5,6,7 to Grand Central Terminal.

Make The Most Of Your New York Pass

- Access to the Bronx's Little Italy and Arthur Avenue Tour is normally $35.

- The New York Pass grants you free access to the tour plus over 100 attractions in New York City.

Special Notes: Transportation to Arthur is not included. Round trip Metro North Railroad Tickets must be purchased in advance of tour.

Reservations required:
It is strongly recommended that you book your tickets before you arrive in New York. Tours have limited capacity. For NY Pass holder tickets visit www.insideouttours.com to book ahead as reservations are required for this tour.

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Meeting place: We meet at the Grand Central Station entrance located near the intersection of Park Ave and East 42nd St across the street from the Pershing Square Café in Manhattan.