The Historical Bar Crawl is a fun walking tour that encompasses four exciting bars in three very distinct New York City neighborhoods. The jaunt also includes a great introduction to the New York City subway system and a cab ride! You’ll hear great stories and learn interesting facts about the bars and their neighborhoods.
The walking tour lasts 3-4 hours and requires approximately 1.25 miles of moderate walking and stairs. Participants must be at least 21 years of age and must bring valid government issued photo identification.
- Fraunces Tavern beer or wine
- Historic Stone Street beer or wine
- White Horse Tavern, beer or wine
- McSorley's Old Ale House, cheese plate with mcsorley's light or dark beer
$100 per person, includes a round of drinks (and tip) at each place, a light snack at the last bar, transportation and a NYC subway card which you can keep.
Tour meets at the triangular intersection of Broad, Pearl & Bridge Sts. in the Financial District.
By subway: (1) to South Ferry, (N), (R), to Whitehall St.