New York City
Meal(s) Included: Dinner
Accommodations: InterContinental New York Times Square
Historic Harlem Walking Tour
Step back in time and become acquainted with Harlem's history during The Harlem Heritage Tour. This guided-walking excursion through one of New York's most unique and dynamic neighborhoods is complete when a portable soundtrack led by "Mr. Harlem," a true-blue Harlem local, brings to life the stories of the residents and the events that happened to them. See the locations of the Cotton Club and Savoy—Harlem nightclubs that were the birthplace of the musical sounds that swept across the nation.
9/11 Memorial and Museum Visit
Experience the museum and memorial on your own, after a brief introduction by your Adventure Guides. Inside the museum, learn about this momentous day in American history by examining the artifacts and hearing the stories of the witnesses, victims’ families and survivors. Reflect at the twin pools where the Twin Towers once stood and feel the calm, stoic rush of the largest man-made waterfalls in North America.
The Top of One World Trade Center
Feel like you’re on top of world at the One World Trade Center! It’s the tallest building in the Western hemisphere—with an observatory that provides the best view in all of New York City and the Tri-State area.
Entertainment: Live! At the Tenement!
Be entertained by the incredible stories embodying the hopes and dreams of the residents of the Lower East Side tenement in an exclusive experience for Adventures by Disney Guests. Tour a living museum where history comes to life, with restored apartments that reflect tenement life from different eras. Take part in these historically accurate recreations and hear the tales about the immigrant families residing at the tenement—who came to America to start new lives.
Farewell Dinner at the Tenement Museum
Celebrate the diversity of the melting pot that is New York City over a private dinner, served tapas style. Taste the flavors of the Lower East Side and watch interviews of local store owners who provided the very food that you're eating. Sample a wealth of local ethnic cuisines as the history of New York's food culture from Jewish to Chinese to Cuban excites your appetite. And discover how immigration brought new culinary dimensions to New York and shaped the character—and the waistline—of the city!