Summer in the City: Hidden Harbor Walking Tour

Join the Working Harbor Committee on a walk around the tip of Manhattan from the mouth of the Hudson River to the South Street Seaport Museum on the East River, where New York’s port began and maritime piers are in action today.

The tour begins with views out over the harbor from the public roof deck at Robert Wagner, Jr. Park  and includes historic Pier A and Battery Park to the US Custom House, Broad Street (the Gentleman’s Canal in Dutch times) and the historic shoreline along Pearl Street.

Landmarks along the way include Fraunces Tavern, handsome India House, and along the East River, the newly opened waterfront esplanade.

The tour then continues north to the historic ships and structures of the South Street Seaport District. The tour ends at the South Street Seaport Museum where your Hidden Harbor ticket includes admission to its recently inaugurated galleries celebrating the interweaving of the city and the sea.

1 – 3:00PM
Saturdays: July 21, August 11
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Meet at the brick archway/entrance to Robert Wagner, Jr. Park at 20 Battery Place across from the Ritz Carlton Hotel at 1:00PM. Ends at the South Street Seaport Museum at 3:00PM.

Check out the tour’s website! For more info contact Working Harbor Committee: john@workingharbor.org

South Street Seaport’s Historic Ships, photo: Mitch Waxman