What better way to end an evening in Harlem than with some sightseeing and live jazz. When the lights go down on this famous NYC neighborhood, the immortal soulful sounds and rhythms of Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald and Miles Davis ring out. Highlights● Spend the evening in Harlem listening to some world-class jazz● Stroll across 125th Street, the heartbeat of Harlem, and walk uptown ● Two or three stops at our local pubs, clubs or restaurants to hear live jazz● The chance to mix and mingle like a local● Our local guides are friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their community● See some historical landmarks, churches and learn about famous nightclubs of the past● We’ll make you feel like you’re in your own neighborhood
Harlem is the birthplace of jazz as we know it today! On this tour, you’ll experience and hear the soulful music that Harlem is world-famous for Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and many other household names still have their music echoing throughout the city as performers pay tribute to these greats every day. What are you waiting for?Highlights● Live jazz concert, artistically directed by Craig Harris — a trombonist, composer, and longtime Harlem resident● Spend your Tuesday afternoon surrounded by cool jazz vibes● Our tour guides are locals who are friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their community ● Visit the elegant Alhambra Ballroom and learn about its history● Enjoy a brief walk in the Mount Morris Park Historic District ● Visit Hotel Theresa, a vibrant mid-20th century center of African-American life
We'll start at the Apollo Theater and get into some people watching down the infamous 125th St. Next stop is an underground members-only club in a Harlem Brownstone, where you have an opportunity to experience a real “in the know” venue with old-school Harlemites. Be on the inside with a jam session led by a legendary jazz organist known as the “Ambassador to Harlem”, who has played with Lou Donaldson and George Benson, among others.
Take a walking tour of Harlem — a center of jazz and bebop music — then dine on soul food and see a jazz show at a famous venue like the Cotton Club. After exploring the historical neighborhood with a professional guide, feast on mouthwatering cuisine such as crispy fried chicken, spicy ribs and cornbread at Sylvia’s restaurant. You’ll relive the high-stepping nights of the 1920s with a jam session at one of Harlem’s hottest clubs. There’s no better way to explore the full range of Harlem's diverse history, music and food!
Considered the Mecca for African-Americans at the turn of the century, Central Harlem is home to Jazz, Lindy Hop and Swing, and continues today to be one of Harlem’s most vibrant for the arts, dining and shopping.
Embark on a journey through present-day Harlem – see the people and places of the Harlem Renaissance, and discover why this time in American history was so magical and vital for African-American culture.Highlights● Delve into the depths of this time in American history with our extremely knowledgeable guides● Experience some of the most beautiful theaters, ballrooms, and churches in Harlem● Visit the Abyssinian Baptist Church, Alhambra Ballroom, Hotel Theresa, and many more● Learn about the numerous jazz clubs, speakeasies and people associated with them along the way uptown● Learn about the importance of the 135th Street area to African-Americans in Harlem● Find out where Langston Hughes is buried and the location of Swing Street/Jungle Alley
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Sit in comfort while being transported back in time to Harlem's multicultural history on the way to historical Harlem sites. Immerse yourself in a gospel choir concert to feel the true Harlem experience.Long known for its intimate jazz clubs, soul food institutions and African-American heritage, Harlem draws a diverse crowd of locals and visitors. Trendy eateries, stylish clubs and hip bars make for an energetic nightlife scene. The area features a mix of 19th-century brownstones and modern high-rises. Its main artery, 125th Street, is home to the iconic Apollo Theater, as well as chain stores and restaurants.✔ Sit in comfort while learning about the multicultural history of Harlem.✔ Visit famous landmarks such as the Apollo Theatre, Schomburg Center, and the oldest mansions in NYC.✔ Revel in the uplifting spirit of the ARC Gospel Choir at their mid-week concert.✔ Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts.