Harlem Walking Tour: Mount Morris Park Historic District w/ Lunch

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  • 3 hr

In 1971, Mount Morris Park Historic District was proclaimed to be a historic district by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. On this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to visit a local park and famous Harlem landmarks while seeing the unaltered streetscapes of late 19th and early 20th-century brownstone townhouses and churches that represent the district’s eclectic style. Highlights ● See some of the famous Harlem brownstones ● Stroll across 125th Street, dubbed “the heartbeat of Harlem” ● See landmarks Hotel Teresa, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Apollo Theater and more ● Visit one of our local parks where the Black Woodstock happened in 1969 and home to the last standing fire watchtower in New York City ● Discover the area where Tammany Hall bosses lived and the notable Doctor's Row

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