Native New Yorker Walking Tours - Charles Schwartz, licensed and insured NYC Sight Seeing Guide
Tours and Rates
New York City Walking Tours
Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn Bridge, Old Fulton Street Landing.
Tour #2 - Park Slope
Seventh Avenue, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Eastern Parkway, Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Williamsburgh Savings Bank, Junior’s Restaurant and Fulton Mall
Brighton Beach Avenue, the boardwalk, Surf Avenue, Nathan’s Famous
Tour # 4 - Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge, Division Street, Bedford Avenue, Ferry Park, 
Tour #5 - Greenpoint
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Transfiguration (if open), Metropolitan Avenue
Tour #6 - Brooklyn-Staten Island-Manhattan's Financial District
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Grasmere, Staten Island, St. George, Staten Island, Staten Island Ferry, Manhattan:  the Battery, Bowling Green, Charging Bull, Wall Street, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Church, World Trade Center,  Tweed Court, City Hall, Brooklyn Bridge
Tour # 7 - Woodlawn Cemetery: 
Historic Woodlawn Cemetery is perfect for walking in a beautiful, natural setting while visiting the pharaonic monuments to the celebrities and the famous; concerts are offered on the grounds during certain times of the year.
Tour # 8 - Western/Northern Bronx 
Grand Concourse, Jerome Avenue, Bedford Park, Van Cortlandt Park, Van Cortlandt Mansion, Fieldston, Riverdale, Wave Hill, Hudson River, George Washington Bridge, Aqueduct Bridge, Yankee Stadium, Harlem River, Grand Central Terminal
Tour # 9 - City Island and Pelham Bay Park
City Island resembles a seaside village in the midst of Gotham.  Pelham Bay Park is the largest municipal park in NYC.
Tour #10 - Belmont - Arthur Avenue (Little Italy in The Bronx) 
The Arthur Avenue Public Market has the ambience of a small Italian village; visit the public market with fresh fruit and food stands.  Visit Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, R.C. Church with services in Italian and Spanish.  The New York Botanical garden has one of the most beautiful conservatory buildings in the world.
Tour #11 - Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn Heights
The Financial District: St. Paul’s Church, World Trade Center, Trinity Church, Wall Street, Charging Bull,  Battery Park.  Brooklyn Heights:  Borough Hall, Montague Street, Columbia Heights, Brooklyn Historical Society, Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims , Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn Bridge, on foot, back to Manhattan: City Hall Park, City Hall and the Tweed Court
Tour #12 - Midtown (East)
NY Public Library, Bryant Park, Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building, Daily News Building Lobby (220 East 42 – world’s largest indoor globe), a bit of (upper) Park Avenue and Park Avenue South (lower), Tutor City, U.N., Sutton Place, Roosevelt Island Tramway
Tour #13 - Upper East-side:
Madison Avenue shops (80's), Central Park (The Ramble), Fifth Avenue, Museum Mile (Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection), Temple Emanu-el (Louis Comfort Tiffany windows),  Delacorte Clock, Wollman (Trump) Skating Rink and the Roosevelt Island Aerial Tramway
Tour # 14 - Midtown (West):
Lincoln Center, Central Park South, Carnegie Hall, Times Square, theatre district, restaurant row, Herald Square
Tour # 15 - Greenwich Village East
Cooper Union, St. Mark’s Avenue, McSorleys’s Pub,  Tompkins Square Park
Tour # 16 - Greenwich Village West:
Washington Square, the Mews, McDougal Street, Greenwich Avenue, West 8th Street, Hudson Street, Hudson River Park, High Line Park
Tour # 17 - Lower East Side
Tenement Museum, Church of St. Mary, Bialystoker Synagogue, Museum at Eldridge Street, Kossar's Bialys, Katz's Delicatessen, Russ and Daughters Appetizing, Orchard Street
Tour #18 - Central Park
Dakota, Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial, The Ramble, Belvedere Castle, Bow Bridge, The Lake, Conservatory Water.
Tour # 19 - Upper West Side:
A part of Central Park, Broadway, Riverside Park, St. John the Divine, Columbia University, Pomander Walk, Zabar’s, Artie’s
Tour #  20 - Washington Heights ("The Heights"}/Inwood/Ft.Tryon Park/The Cloisters/George Washington Bridge
This tour offers several options including a walk across a part of the George Washington Bridge
Tour # 5 - Brooklyn-Staten Island-Manhattan's Financial District (see Brooklyn listing for
Tour # 21 - Forest Hills and Roosevelt Island
 Queens Boulevard, Austin Street, Forest Hills Gardens, Metropolitan Avenue, Eddie’s Sweet Shop , Roosevelt Island Tramway
A mile-long circular walk through tidal marshlands is perfect for bird watching and enjoying the serenity of the sea; it is administered by the National Parks Service.
Tour # 23 - Astoria, Sunnyside, Jackson Heights, Corona and Flushing:
Astoria: St. Irene Chrysovalantou Greek Orthodox Cathedral,  Sunnyside:  Greenpoint Avenue, Bliss Street, Skillman Avenue (Lewis Mumford Way), 44th Street,  Sunnyside Park  Jackson Heights: Roosevelt Avenue, Corona: Leo's Latticini, Lemon Ice King of Corona , Flushing:  Queens Museum of Art, featuring The Panorama of The City of New York, The Unisphere, CitiField, Flushing’s Main Street business district
Tour # 5 - Brooklyn-Staten Island-Manhattan's Financial District 
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Grasmere, Staten Island, St. George, including Borough Hall and historic preservation district, Staten Island, Staten Island Ferry, Manhattan:  the Battery, Bowling Green, Charging Bull, Wall Street, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Church, Ground Zero,  Tweed Court, City Hall, Brooklyn Bridge
Total Tour cost is $US 100 for 1-6 six persons
except for:
- Tour # 8 which costs $US 150 and
- Tour #6, #22, #23 which cost $US 200
If you do not see a tour that interests you, I will create one especially for you.
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