Many non-New Yorkers make the initial mistake in assuming that the borough of Brooklyn is composed of quant streets full of roaming artists and hipsters. Yet, like many other parts of New York City, Brooklyn is very diverse, culturally vibrant, and each neighborhood has a vibe of its own. Manhattan has always received the highest praise when it comes to visiting New York City, but what is across the East River should not be ignored. Although more travelers are choosing to explore Brooklyn when visiting NYC, Brooklyn is still far from being a tourist hub. Explore the trendy and diverse neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, Park Slope, Bushwick, Coney Island, Red Hook, DUMBO, Greenpoint and Williamsburg during your stay here in New York.Read more
They call it the city that never sleeps and this isn’t just a saying, there are actually quite a few things that you can do in New York City at practically every hours of the night. Do you feel like getting a nice meal at 3am? No problem! In Gotham City you can rest assured that your options are not limited to fast foods only. If you like getting things done when everybody else is sleeping then this list was made for you.Read more
Spring is in the air, bringing along long days of sunshine and blooming flowers. Consider planning your springtime activities with Harlem Spirituals/New York Visions. Whether you want to spend a day exploring Manhattan, or want to branch out to the City’s other boroughs of Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, our guided visits are intended to make sure that you get the most out of your time in New York City. Are you looking for super fun things to do in Gotham this season? Read on for some more exhilarating ways to welcome spring in New York City.
Escape the noisy and commercialized city center and head to the mellow Prospect Heights neighborhood, adjacent to the city’s renown green oasis, Prospect Park. Prospect Heights is primarily a residential community composed of brownstones and luxury condos, as the area is known to display the collision between history and modernity. Almost completely free of tourists, both Prospect Heights and Prospect Park will show you an entirely new sector of New York City in a refreshing manner, showcasing the best of dining and shopping as well as libraries, museums, and park spaces in the community. Read more
“Thinking back to boyhood days, I remember the bright sun on Harlem streets, the easy rhythms of black and brown bodies, the sounds of children streaming in and out of red brick tenements,” said writer and Harlem native Walter Dean Myers. This is usually what one pictures when thinking about Harlem, but the neighborhood has been through a long series of transformations since its beginning as a Dutch colony, through the Harlem Renaissance to today’s gentrification movements. So hop on the A train – or on our guided bus tours, and follow us on the road to Harlem. Read more