Highlights of Midtown Architectural Walking Tour
Currently offered on a private group basis
- *Reservations are Required*: As our tours quickly reach capacity, we highly recommend reserving as soon as possible.
- Schedule: Wednesdays from March – December
- Time: 2 p.m.
- Duration: 3 hours [1 MI/ 1.5KM]
- Meeting Place: In front of the Ford Foundation Building located at 320 East 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017.
- End Point: Bryant Park
- Adult Ages 12-64
- Child Ages 5-11
- Senior 65+
Learn about the prominent architectural styles of the 20th century
Explore the world-renowned architecture of New York City’s Midtown.
View hidden gems, like the interior of the Chrysler Building, and discover the secret stories behind their construction on this NYC architecture walking tour.
This specialty sightseeing tour in New York City features viewing the major monuments of 20th-century American architecture and exploring the history of communities in the Midtown area. We also view the interiors of some of these monuments. Highlights include: the hidden residential enclave Tudor City, the United Nations Building, the Chanin Building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, Carrère and Hastings’ New York Public Library, and the Daily News Building.
- This tour is not wheelchair-accessible. Please contact us for further information.
- This NYC architecture tour is included in the New York Pass, Explorer Pass, and Go City Build Your Own Pass.
- This tour requires a minimum of 5 people to attend to move forward with the excursion.
- This tour will be conducted in line with our COVID Health and Safety measures.