All in One Uptown (Midtown, Central Park, Harlem)

Not in New York long enough to take our Harlem, Central Park and Midtown tours individually? Then consider our All-in-One Uptown New York Tour. This tour utilizes your feet and the New York City Subway* to transport you from Harlem, through Morning Side Heights, Central Park and Midtown Manhattan.

This tour includes one of the world’s most famous theaters, one of its most prestigious universities, largest cathedrals, most amazing city parks and some of its most iconic skyscrapers. Along the way, you will have the chance to sample some soul food, have lunch at Seinfeld’s coffee shop, view Central Park from the top of a fairytale castle and mesmerize yourself with the grandeur of Grand Central Terminal.

The All-in-One Uptown Tour covers much of the content covered in our Harlem, Central Park and Midtown Manhattan tours plus Columbia University and St. John’s the Divine, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.

Sites we cover on the tour:

  • Grand Central Terminal
  • The Chrysler Building
  • Bryant Park
  • Empire State Building*
  • Times Square
  • Central Park
  • Columbia University
  • Cathedral of St. John the Divine
  • Harlem’s Walk of Fame
  • Striver’s Row
  • Abyssinian Baptist Church
  • The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
  • and much more…

*Guests will need to purchase an MTA Metro Card worth at least $7.50, though a card worth $12.50 would cover subway rides to and from the tour. Visit the MTA website for useful information on using the subway.

*We will cover from a distance and do not enter buildings.

Tour information

Reservations: This tour currently runs as a private tour only.

Where:Start: Grand Central Terminal Information Booth. End: The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on 135th St. and Lenox Av.

Duration: Approximately 6 hours. There will be a break for lunch and a short refreshment break in the afternoon.

When: This tour is not offered at the moment. View our Calendar.  Check out Visit New York Tours for other public tour dates.

Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.