Private The Undiscovered Lower East Side with Local Author Bruce Northam

Starting at $120 | 2 Hours

Private Tour Guest
$120

Rates 1-2 People - $120 Additional Persons - $49 About After visiting 150 countries, veteran travel writer and author Bruce Thoreau Northam rediscovers his historic and overlooked corner of New

Rates

1-2 People – $120
Additional Persons – $49


About

After visiting 150 countries, veteran travel writer and author Bruce Thoreau Northam rediscovers his historic and overlooked corner of New York City’s Lower East Side below Delancey Street. His new, one-of-a-kind walking tour is a two-hour odyssey mingles offbeat locales, history, untouristed establishments, fun facts, and tales of NYC and beyond. This unconventional excursion transitions through several wildly different worlds, and the route and content have nearly zero crossover with any other tour—it goes behind the scenes of NYC’s uncharted “lower” Lower East Side. Chances are you won’t see any tourists until the tour’s finale.

“Bruce Northam is what you might call well-traveled.” —CNBC

Highlights

  • Beholding one of the city’s oldest housing projects (and its requisite, authentic bodega) and the grand architectural landmarks of centuries past that survived the bulldozer
  • A peek inside a historic church and an old-timey saloon
  • Un-touristed ultra-Kosher businesses
  • Strolling the backbone of a now trendy neighborhood, the “Lower” Lower East Side ($7 ice cream cones?) that resembled a ghost town 15 years ago
  • Off-the-radar parks, streets, eateries, and ideas