Harlem Gospel Tour: Wednesday Service

Head to Manhattan's uptown to experience a gospel voyage through Harlem, you'll stop at popular destinations whilst being informed on their historical importance.

The New York Pass Free Harlem Gospel Tour: Wednesday Service Normally $25.00 - Free with New York Pass

Take New York City's best gospel voyage as you walk through Harlem on the Hallelujah! Gospel Wednesday tour!

If it's Wednesday, then there is certainly Gospel in Harlem. On this guided tour you'll have the opportunity to explore Manhattan's uptown neighborhood of Harlem where you'll learn about all of the most popular destinations and their historical background. To top it all off, the walking portion of the tour is followed by an hour of musical and spiritual uplifting!

If you need to set up a customized group tour, you can call 212-939-9201 or email tours@harlemonestop.org.


Guided Tour
An experienced guide will be leading each Hallelujah! Gospel Wednedsay tour. They will show you the ins and outs of Harlem and introduce you to the large religious influence on the neighborhood.

Did You Know

  • The neighborhood of Harlem is home to over 400 churches.

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Getting to Harlem Gospel Tour: Wednesday Service

Getting to Harlem Gospel Tour: Wednesday Service

  • Harlem Gospel Tour: Wednesday Service 502 West 142nd Street, First Floor
  • Closest Subway 145th Street
  • Closest Bus Stop See map
  • Big Bus hop on hop off Tour Stops Stop 40 Harlem route

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Opening Times

January & February- Wednesday at 10:30am
March-December- Wednesday at 10:30am & 5:30pm

10:30 am tours depart from 125th and St Nicholas Avenue, SW corner in front of the Chase Bank 
5:30 pm tours depart from 145th Street and St Nicholas Avenue, NE corner in front of the Capital One Bank

Attractions Nearby

  • Harlem Cultural Walking Tours

    Harlem Cultural Walking ToursFree with pass - Normally $25

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