Harlem Bike Tour tickets
Explore the northern section of Manhattan on a fully-guided 2-hour Harlem Sightseeing Bike Tour and get to know this historic, yet up-and-coming, area of New York City.
The New York Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility.
With your enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, you’ll learn all about Harlem’s history, culture, and population and how various economic booms and busts have shaped, and continue to shape, the neighborhood. Your guide will even give you a glimpse into what’s to come for the borough as it continues to develop in proximity to downtown Manhattan.
One of this tour’s highlights is the impressive views of downtown New York City, so be sure to pack your camera. Harlem is higher in elevation than mid and lower Manhattan, so you’ll have a unique view of skyline landmarks from various points along the tour in addition to photo-worthy stops you make in Harlem, like Central Park North and historic architecture you’ll see along the way.
Sights you’ll see along the way include:
- Columbia University
- Croton Aqueduct Gate House
- Strivers' Row
- Hamilton Heights District
- Hamilton Grange House
- Schomburg Library
- Harriet Tubman Statue
- Malcolm X Mosque
- Central Park North
Choose to use your pass for Harlem Bike Tour tickets, then look to the list of other top attractions for your other Explorer Pass admission choices!
Present your pass at the counter of Harlem Sightseeing. Please arrive at store 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour. Tours leave promptly at their scheduled time.
Reservations are not mandatory but are accepted. Visit www.unlimitedbiking.com
and select "Harlem Highlights Bike Tour", select the date and time of your reservation, and choose the "Explorer Pass holder" option at check-out. You will need to enter your 12-digit pass number to secure your space. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tour time
April 1-October 31: Daily at 11:00 am
111 W 110th Street (between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd & Malcolm X Blvd)
2 or 3 train to Central Park North; Or B or C train to Cathedral Parkway.
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