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We list in this section the best option for you to explore in the surrounds of this town, the best TRAVEL, QUICKTRIPS, CLOSE TOWNS, BEACHES, LAKES and PARKS.
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Published: July  18, 2014

Bronx Renaissance Tour

Explore the South Bronx cultural corridor known for its art, culture and vibrant history. Discover the South Bronx, from its early wealthy roots and immigrant communities, to the neighborhood’s economic decline, to the cultural and social revival that has now made the Bronx one of the hottest destinations in NYC. Highlights of the tour include viewing Yankee Stadium, viewing iconic art deco architecture and hip-hop graffiti street art, the Bronx County Building, visiting a Bronx art gallery or museum, and ending our tour at a beautiful, landmarked Bronx estate. Meeting Place for Tour: In front of the Grand Central Station entrance located near the intersection of Park Ave and East 42nd St across the street from the Pershing Square Café in Manhattan.

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Address :

419 Lafayette St New York, NY 10003

Phone :

+1 800 258 7359

Schedule :

Fridays at 11:00 am Please visit www.insideouttours.com to make a reservation.

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Published: July  18, 2014

Bronx Renaissance Tour

Explore the South Bronx cultural corridor known for its art, culture and vibrant history. Discover the South Bronx, from its early wealthy roots and immigrant communities, to the neighborhood’s economic decline, to the cultural and social revival that has now made the Bronx one of the hottest destinations in NYC. Highlights of the tour include viewing Yankee Stadium, viewing iconic art deco architecture and hip-hop graffiti street art, the Bronx County Building, visiting a Bronx art gallery or museum, and ending our tour at a beautiful, landmarked Bronx estate. Meeting Place for Tour: In front of the Grand Central Station entrance located near the intersection of Park Ave and East 42nd St across the street from the Pershing Square Café in Manhattan.