Hi, I'm Matt. I'm an actor, historic preservationist, tour guide, and food lover. I've also been featured numerous times on Travel Channel talking about New York City's history. I love my city and showing people around it. It's incredibly unique. Since it's founding in 1629, it's attracted people from all over the world with big dreams, just like mine. I work with three incredible guides: Chris,…
If you are a person that's seen and done it all before, this tour is for you. You may think you know Central Park but you've never seen it like this. On this tour, you'll discover a Central Park that was completed without the famous nineteenth century landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, uncover ruins that tell a story of our young nation in times of war, hear the tale of a mistaken identity…
There is no restroom break on our route. Run-time is approximately one and a half hours. We will depart rain or shine.
Weather appropriate clothing
An umbrella if rain is forecasted
We will cover lesser-known Central Park from 100th Street to 110th Street. You'll see three rustic arches, an ancient road, discover three natural water sources that created the park's man-made bodies of water, three military sites, two cannons, the site of a riot, a stone bench, a bolt, a swimming pool/ice rink, and a few waterfalls. We will end the tour in South Harlem which has a bevy of incredible dining options and bars.