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SoLiCha Culture Tour

Make sure to add SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown to your list of "things to do" and "places to see" while visiting New York City. You can meet new people and discover incredible places while you shop, eat, and explore every stop. This journey is varied and steeped in a variety of cultures, eras, and architectural styles. You'll have the chance to discover more about SoHo's cast iron buildings, chic boutiques, art galleries, and star restaurants! Little Italy offers authentic Italian food, mob stories, and well-known movie locations. You will next travel to Chinatown, where you may explore fresh food stalls, historic sites, museums, and more. It will be a blast from the present and the past on this trip, for sure! It's time to boogie, so enjoy and get ready to absorb up all the information, taste all the best treats, and appreciate original art.
City: New York City
Wed 17 Jul
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Starting at $24.00
Wed 17 Jul
Starting at $24.00
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What's Included
Insider tips and recommendations
Thoroughly researched and accurate history
Professional and courteous guide
Additional Info
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
What To Expect
Soho Playhouse
The spot where this playhouse now stands was once the home of Aaron Burr, third vice-president, and, if you know your history or have seen "Hamilton", the man who killed Alexander Hamilton. The Vandam Playhouse was built here in 1826, making it the oldest off-Broadway playhouse in the city.
The New York Earth Room
This unique art exhibit is an opportunity to reconnect with Mother Nature, and the only exhibit of its kind left in the world.
Elizabeth Street Garden
This spectacular sculpture garden is comprised of artworks donated by a local resident.
Italian American Museum
This cultural institution was once a bank and once-stop-shop, and is being renovated, with plans for the additions to be opened in Fall 2022.
Museum of Chinese in America
Established in 1980, the museum benefitted from a grant from Carnegie Corporation. It caught fire in 2021, and reopened in 2021.
Columbus Park
This area was featured in the movie "Gangs of New York", and features a statue of a respected Chinese leader.
Show 3 more stops
Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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