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Private Group Tour Of Underground NYC (AKA The Empire Beneath The Streets)

By NYC Social (other events)

79 Dates Through Jan 07, 2018
 
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Starbucks - 38 Park Row #4, NYC - close to Spruce Street
(if you plan to use bathroom there, come earlier as line gets long)

*Due to the popularity of this tour, we will continue to add new dates/times as others sell out, so please check back if you're not able to get tickets. Thanks.

It's right there under your feet, you probably ride it every day, but how much do you know about this city's amazing subway system. Our private tour guide will give us the secret history and inside story of the creation of the original 1904 subway line and how it grew into the most extensive transportation system in the world. 

All the art, all the history, all the technical breakthroughs, all the "whys" and all the shenanigans that went into this spectacular achievement. A unique experience for seasoned locals or new members to our fair city.

Get a look at the subway that few people, even lifelong New Yorkers, fail to recognize. This tour explores the areas of the system that are open to the public but in most cases overlooked. You'll end at Grand Central Terminal, ending with a discussion of the exterior of this iconic station.

We will enter the system at Brooklyn Bridge / Chambers Street Station. We will board a downtown local train so as to view the old City Hall Station from the train. We will be stopping at Astor Place and Grand Central station. We will switch to the Times Square- Grand Central Shuttle and then go over to Times Square. After that we will go over back over to Grand Central Terminal.  We will exit the system at this point.  We will also go outside to discuss the exterior of the Terminal. This is also the final stop on this tour.

The tour is approximately 2 and 1/2 hours. All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.

Note: We will NOT be going into the City Hall abandoned station by foot, as it is not open to the public. We will view and discuss from the safety of a train.