Harlem is home to some of New York City’s best restaurant and retail establishments. Join Harlem Heritage Tours and Harlem Park to Park for a multi media tour of the neighborhood’s best dining and shopping experiences.
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The Harlem Civil Rights Multimedia Day Trip revisits the tumultuous days of the 1950’s – 1970’s when disenfranchised people engaged in various forms of social protest in an effort to gain civil rights and curb racial discrimination. Harlem overflows with cultural sights pertaining to the Civil Rights and Black Power periods 1950’s – present, and… Read more »
The Harlem Renaissance Day Trip focuses on the glorious period of the 1920’s when Harlem was a hot bed of artistic expression. Many educational institutions study the Harlem Renaissance as a part of their educational curriculums – come to Harlem and visit the actual sights associated with icons such as Langston Hughes, Duke Ellington, Zora… Read more »
Folks from Oklahoma in youtube video, had a great time on Harlem Heritage Apollo Theater Walking Tour, learning the history of Harlem with music and video as we walked, ending on stage of world famous Apollo Theater – Book Now!!!
Days Every Thursday Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM Price: $39.00 per person – doesn’t include food or drinks – join us going to be a BLAST! Meet: Harlem Heritage Tourism & Cultural Center – 104 Malcolm X Blvd, between 115th & 116th Streets on uptown side of Malcolm X Blvd. 2, 3 express trains… Read more »
Visit Spanish Harlem and explore the history of Salsa music while seeing and feeling one of New York Cities best kept cultural secrets. A historian will explain the evolution of Salsa music and guide you to residences associated with innovators such as Tito Puente, Machito Grillo, Joe Cuba, Marc Anthony, “Chocolate”, Tito Allen, “Rigo” Malcon,… Read more »
The 15th Annual Harlem Book Fair will take place Saturday, July 20st, 2013. The Harlem Book Fair is the largest book fair of its kind, and is expected to draw more than 50,000 New Yorkers and visitors to West 135th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevards in Harlem), from 12 PM… Read more »
The renown sculptor Ousmane Gueye’s “Triple Thought” taken from inside the P.C.O.G. Gallery in 2002. Photo: Samuel Thiam Sculpture: Private Collection of Karen Ramdhanie An arts renaissance has been slowly building in Harlem in the past few years evidenced in the form of several new art galleries, cultural centers and art studios. Due to the… Read more »
Walk the streets of Harlem, exploring the heritage and visiting cultural landmarks with stops along the way at local streets vendors and unique shopping outlets. Tour will be conducted by a local resident who personally knows the local street vendors/outlets and the cultural stories that pertain to the surrounding area = perfect combination of development… Read more »
“The Spanish Harlem Multimedia Bus Tour” visits many Spanish Harlem sights vibrant with Latino culture. Archival film footage will be shown on the bus to compliment visits to sights associated with greats such as Tito Puente, Fiorello LaGuardia, Vito Marcantonio, Joe Cuba, Julia De Burgos, Justo Bentacourt, Felipe Luciano, and “Rigo” Malcon. After this experience… Read more »