Discover the influence that women have had on New York since the city's founding when you take the Great Women of New York Walking Tour.

Women have shaped almost every aspect of New York City's growth and this 2.5 hour tour gives you a crash course on their influence over 1.5 miles. You'll begin with the original Native American inhabitants and go on to explore the pivotal role women played in the development of New York City over the years. You will also be exposed to the hidden stories of the female prisoners whose contributions made this city into a great metropolis.

An experienced tour guide will be leading your group along the tour and all groups will be meeting at 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004 in front of the Museum of the American Indian.

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Highlights

Downtown Manhattan
Not only will you get to learn about the great achievements and discoveries of women in New York history, you will also get a chance to explore the beautiful scenery of downtown Manhattan. You will be close to the Charging Bull statue and Battery Park where the ferry leaves for the Statue of Liberty

How To Get There

  • J, Z to Broad Street station.

  • 4, 5 to Bowling Green station.

Make The Most of Your New York Pass

- Admission to the Great Women of New York Walking Tour is normally $35.00.

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

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March 1st - December 31st
Monday 10am
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Closed:

Public Holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

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Address:

1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004 (Meeting Place: In front of the Museum of the American Indian)

Telephone:

(800) 258-7359