Harlem Sunday Gospel Service
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Harlem is New York's most culturally rich neighborhood. This tour, in which you will be accompanied by a guide specialized in the history of the neighborhood, will allow you to walk the streets on the busiest day of the week, Sunday. In addition, you will attend an original gospel mass that will make you feel like a real Harlem citizen.
- Tour Harlem with a specialized guide
- Visit the neighborhood on Sunday to experience its liveliest atmosphere.
- Attend a gospel mass for the full Harlem experience.
- Enjoy brunch at an African-American restaurant (only if this option is chosen when booking)
- Tour with a specialized guide
- Gospel Mass
- Brunch at an African-American restaurant (if the superior option is chosen)
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What to expect
The cultural offer of Harlem is immense but thanks to this tour you will be able to visit all its emblematic places. In addition, this tour offers an experience that you can not miss if you decide to visit Harlem, a gospel mass. This is an experience that far exceeds your expectations, the church will welcome you and make you feel like a participant.
If you decide to book this tour and opt for the superior option, a delicious African-American brunch at a local restaurant will also be included.
Throughout the tour you will be accompanied by a specialized guide who will explain all the history and details behind each place you visit. During the tour you will pass by a large number of emblematic buildings:
- Apollo Theater: the favorite stage for Harlem performers.
- Morris-Jumel Mansion: the oldest house in Manhattan, totally different from today's buildings.
- Cotton Club: one of the most famous restaurants and nightclubs in the world.
- Sylvan Terrace: 19th century street that still has its wooden houses, something striking in the center of Manhattan.
The purpose of this tour is to allow you to walk around the neighborhood at your leisure and learn all about its history. You will learn everything that happened during the 70's and 80's, being the capital of the culture and politics of black New York.