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MAS tours are designed to help our fellow New Yorkers and out-of-town visitors better understand our built environment, appreciate what has been saved, learn about what has been lost, and get the inside scoop on what's to come. Unless otherwise noted, most tours last approximately two hours and proceed rain or shine.

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Official Guided Tour of Grand Central Terminal
This 75-minute tour, led by MAS docents, highlights the history, architecture and operation of the world’s largest train terminal.

$25 Adults / $20 MAS Members, seniors, students, children under 10 & same-day Metro North riders. Group rates are available. Review our FAQ for more information.

Offered every day at 12:30, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

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Gift certificates are available for MAS tours! Let our award-winning guides take your friends and family on a tour that shows what makes New York, New York. $30 / $20 Members. Give the gift of a MAS tour!

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2016 08/27 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 08/28 Sunday - Sold Out! BoCoCa Part 2: Cobble Hill
2:00 PM - In the second of three tours of the overlapping neighborhoods of "BoCoCa" (Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens) in brownstone Brooklyn, we will join Francis Morrone to look at Cobble Hill, home to beautiful row houses and churches, some of the most beautiful ornamental iron railings in New York, the model housing developed by the great Alfred Tredway White, and such historic personages as Jennie Jerome and Cornelius Heeney. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/02 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 09/03 Saturday - Historic Atlantic Avenue
10:00 AM This diverse retail and dining destination connects the historic neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, and Cobble Hill. Join Brooklyn native Joe Svehlak on a walk from Fourth Avenue to the waterfront as we discuss Atlantic Avenue's architecture, social, and commercial history, and recent development. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 09/03 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 09/09 Friday - Reflecting Absence: The 9/11 Memorial
11:00 AM Explore the historic events of September 11th, 2001, and the massive memorial pools honoring the nearly 3,000 dead with popular Jane's Walk leader and MAS Grand Central docent, Judith Pucci. Learn about the concepts and symbolism used to create a contemplative and dignified memorial. Gain insight into what being at the Trade Center was like that morning. Hear the remarkable story behind the Survivor Tree. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/09 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/10 Saturday - Exploring the Hunts Point Peninsula
2:00 PM Jean Arrington will show you that there is so much more to Hunts Point than the Wholesale Produce Market. Here we'll find the last remaining grand house from the area's 19th-century estates; early twentieth-century civic architecture in the form of a handsome fire station, public library, public school, and more. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/10 Saturday - New to New York: Downtown Brooklyn
11:00 AM Focusing on recent construction in the vicinity of Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue, architectural historian Matt Postal will consider the rapidly evolving face of downtown Brooklyn, including ambitious projects by Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Cook & Fox, Hugh Hardy and Enrique Norten. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 09/10 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 09/11 Sunday - Sold Out! Downtown Brooklyn, Part 1: The Department Store District
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2016 09/11 Sunday - Sold Out! Downtown Brooklyn, Part 1: The Department Store District
2:00 PM In this first part of a two-part investigation of downtown Brooklyn with Francis Morrone, we will look in depth at Fulton Street (aka Fulton Mall, where your guide wrote the text of the historical signs installed by the city) and at the streets to its south. (Part 2 will include the streets to the north.) Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/11 Sunday - The Theaters of Greenwich Village
2:00 PM Join guide Laurence Frommer for a tour focused on the history and development of Off & Off-Off Broadway theaters in the Greenwich Village area. Some of the stops on the tour may include Lucille Lortell Theater, The Cherry Lane Theater, Judson Church, and The Public Theater . The tour will also discuss the loss of several legendary theaters such as Cafe Cino, Circle In the Square, Circle Repertory, Ridiculous Theater, Actors Playhouse and the disputed status of the Provincetown Playhouse. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/16 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 09/17 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/17 Saturday - Vanderbilt Mansions
11:00 AM The Vanderbilts were once one of the richest families in the United States. So what happened to all their money and their mansions along Fifth Avenue? Take a walk back in time with Jason Stein to discover how the Vanderbilts lived during the Gilded Age and beyond. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 09/18 Sunday - Jewish History of the Lower East Side
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2016 09/18 Sunday - Jewish History of the Lower East Side
2:00 PM Walk the streets around historic East Broadway to visit the heart of the Jewish Lower East Side with this tour led by the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy. We'll visit Bialystoker Synagogue, and other locations on the Lower East Side. There will be stairs to climb. Appropriate dress is expected. Women may wear slacks; men are requested to wear skull caps or another head covering (provided, or bring your own.) Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 09/23 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
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2016 09/23 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 09/24 Saturday - Before the Code: Lower Manhattan Skyscrapers
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2016 09/24 Saturday - Before the Code: Lower Manhattan Skyscrapers
11:00 AM This walking tour examines early skyscraper office towers that predate passage of the New York City zoning code, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. En route, architectural historian Matt Postal will discuss the impact of technology on late 19th and early 20th century buildings, as well as why the zoning code was deemed necessary at this particular time. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/24 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/25 Sunday - Sold Out! BoCoCa Part 3: Boerum Hill
2:00 PM In this series of three tours in brownstone Brooklyn with Francis Morrone, we will explore the three contiguous (even overlapping) neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Carroll Gardens. We conclude with a wide-ranging look at Boerum Hill, including some of the city's most elegant brownstone blocks (many of them within the Boerum Hill Historic District), housing projects, industrial areas, and much more. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/25 Sunday - Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York
12:00 PM Join guides James & Karla Murray, the photographers and authors of "STORE FRONT: The Disappearing Face of New York" "Store Front II- A History Preserved" and "New York Nights," as they visit some of the remarkable East Village and Lower East Side storefronts documented in their books, and remember those that have disappeared. Unique 19th and 20th century retail graphics and neon signage, as well as architectural adornments will be discussed. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 09/30 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/01 Saturday - Sold Out! Mansions, Money and Scandal - Gilded Age Splendor on the Upper East Side, Part 1 from the Frick to Audrey Hepburn
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2016 10/01 Saturday - Sold Out! Mansions, Money and Scandal - Gilded Age Splendor on the Upper East Side, Part 1 from the Frick to Audrey Hepburn
11:00 AM Join Alan M. Engler, MD for these informative and entertaining walks focusing on the history and architecture and scandals - of New York in the Gilded Age. See how names like Frick, Vanderbilt, Richard Morris Hunt and McKim, Mead and White have left their mark in this neighborhood. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/01 Saturday - The Arc of the Beat: From West to East Villages Across Six Decades
11:00 AM Join tour leader Ron Janoff to visit the locations of bars, coffeehouses, theaters, galleries, and apartments that were their haunts and homes of the Beat Generation. We will focus especially on the three most important figures -- Ginsberg, Kerouac, and Burroughs and the larger cultural context of the Beat Movement in its heyday. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/01 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/02 Sunday - Public Art of Lower Manhattan - An Outdoor Gallery Hiding in Plain View
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2016 10/02 Sunday - Public Art of Lower Manhattan - An Outdoor Gallery Hiding in Plain View
2:00 PM This tour led by Patrick Waldo will focus on the museum quality artwork hiding in plain view on the streets of Lower Manhattan. From Manhattan's largest sculpture, Civic Fame, on top of the Municipal Building, to a sculpture partially submerged in the East River that is seen differently at high or low tide, and much more. You will never walk the streets of Lower Manhattan or see public art the same way again! Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/07 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

Click here for more information about 2016 10/08 Saturday - Exploring Historic Jackson Heights
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2016 10/08 Saturday - Exploring Historic Jackson Heights
11:00 AM Join tour guide Meredith Toback on this exploration of a neighborhood shaped over time by many different factors, including transportation and the need to house the city's growing population. We'll examine examples of both commercial and residential architecture, and houses of worship, and learn about the people who were instrumental in the development of this neighborhood. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/08 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/09 Sunday - Sold Out! Morningside Drive: Start-to-Finish
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2016 10/09 Sunday - Sold Out! Morningside Drive: Start-to-Finish
2:00 PM Morningside Drive is one of Manhattan's most distinctive streets, with the park and dramatic views on one side, and important institutional buildings on the other. Join Francis Morrone for a detailed tour of this uptown neighborhood, and view some of the city's most interesting public artworks, including Edgar Walter's Seligman Fountain and Karl Bitter's Carl Schurz Memorial. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/09 Sunday - The Italian South Village
2:00 PM While many portions of Greenwich Village and SoHo have been protected for decades, the South Village has until recently had no official protection at all, and a significant portion still does not. This Columbus Day weekend tour led by Laurence Frommer will include a special look at the influence of the Italian-American immigrant community on this historic neighborhood. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/14 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
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2016 10/14 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/15 Saturday - New!: Subway Art Tour 2
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2016 10/15 Saturday - New!: Subway Art Tour 2
1:00 PM This unique journey with Phil Desiere will help you discover an underground art museum. In the subway's early years, the art mainly took the form of directional and identifying mosaics. PLEASE NOTE you will need a MetroCard to take advantage of this tour. A MetroCard is not included in the tour price. There will be stairs to climb to reach the platforms, six sets of stairs along the route, and more to climb when exiting. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/15 Saturday - Preserving Brooklyn's Waterfront
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2016 10/15 Saturday - Preserving Brooklyn's Waterfront
11:00 AM This tour with architecture historian Matt Postal focuses on Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO, and the Fulton Ferry Historic District. Learn about the area's mercantile past and vibrant present. Highlights include pioneering examples of reinforced concrete construction by William Higginson, as well as contemporary works by Jean Nouvel and Marvel Architects. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/15 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/16 Sunday - Art Deco of Central Park West
2:00 PM Take a pleasant stroll along Central Park West with architectural historian Anthony W. Robins for a closer look at the buildings that form Manhattan's major residential skyline. We'll see the great twin-towered skyscraper apartment buildings - the Century, the Majestic and the El Dorado - and other multi-colored jazz-age fantasies of high living overlooking the park. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/21 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
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2016 10/21 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

$30.00 

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2016 10/22 Saturday - Exploring City College
2:00 PM On this tour with City College architecture student and campus guide, Dalton Whiteside, we will be visiting CCNY's vibrant Neo-Gothic campus, through the Modernism of the central campus, and to the newly renovated South Campus which originated as a convent. It's sure to be an educational adventure! Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/22 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/23 Sunday - Pre-Halloween Prospect Park South and Flatbush
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2016 10/23 Sunday - Pre-Halloween Prospect Park South and Flatbush
2:00 PM Join veteran Brooklyn tour guide Norman Oder on a brisk-paced tour involving great contrasts. We start in stunning Prospect Park South, a turn-of-the-century planned community, which offers a special seasonal bonus: some mansions boast creative Halloween decorations. We'll continue through Flatbush's dense district of pre-war apartments and the Flatbush Avenue commercial spine (Erasmus Hall High School, Kings Theatre), before ending with a brief walk to Cortelyou Road, the main shopping street of the Ditmas Park section of Flatbush. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/23 Sunday - Sold Out! Downtown Brooklyn, Part 2
2:00 PM The Brooklynite of a certain age still finds it hard to get his or her head around the fact that the old downtown is one of the city's red-hot residential neighborhoods, with several buildings now taller than One Hanson Place and Brooklyn's first "supertall" in the pipeline. The area includes a couple of genuine masterpieces: the former Brooklyn Fire Headquarters and 365 Bridge Street. The tour, led by Francis Morrone, includes a glance at the Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District, and much more. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/28 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
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2016 10/28 Friday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/29 Saturday - Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: American Cultural Primacy and the Preservation of Our Architectural Treasures
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2016 10/29 Saturday - Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: American Cultural Primacy and the Preservation of Our Architectural Treasures
2:00 PM Join tour guide Deborah Zelcer on her tour which reveals the very important role that our nation's most unforgettable First Lady played in defining good taste, high culture, and the importance of preserving the livability and distinctive architectural character of American cities--especially our own! The tour will include a brief visit to Grand Central Terminal to view the new memorial honoring her. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/29 Saturday - Tour34: Empire to Penn
12: 30 PM The Municipal Art Society of New York and the 34th Street Partnership are proud to present Tour34: Empire to Penn, a new West Midtown walking tour. From railroads to retail, sidewalks to skyscrapers, expertly trained MAS docents lead guests on an exploration of the untold history and unfolding future of this bustling hub of transportation and commerce. Tour-goers will hear firsthand the latest plans to reimagine this historic neighborhood, including ideas for building a new Penn Station, re-drawing the street grid, and adding a new business district the size of downtown Minneapolis to the shores of the Hudson! This 90-minute tour is held every Friday and Saturday starting at 12:30PM and the docent is equipped with a portable microphone. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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Click here for more information about 2016 10/29 Saturday - Walk the QueensWay
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2016 10/29 Saturday - Walk the QueensWay
11:00 AM Join guides from The Trust for Public Land and Friends of the QueensWay for a 2.5 mile walk alongside the northern section of this proposed "cultural greenway" that will transform a long abandoned rail line running from Forest Hills/Rego Park south to Ozone Park. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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2016 10/30 Sunday - Downtown Manhattan's Nassau Street
11:00 AM The half-mile of Nassau Street from the Brooklyn Bridge to Wall Street contains examples of every style of architecture from the Federal and Greek Revival periods, to International and Post-Modern skyscrapers. Some early works of noted New York architects are to be found here, along with some gems of cast iron architecture. Joe Svehlak leads the tour. Cost: $30 / $20 Members

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