Join fellow travellers and locals on a tour of New York City's oldest classic neighbourhood bars that cling fiercely to their traditions.
Have a drink where New York’s greatest artists, politicians, celebrities, and
sports teams have gathered to revel in the spirit of these timeless taverns. See
the site of one of Abraham Lincoln’s historic addresses that turned him into a
presidential candidate. Enter the bar that’s been used in numerous movies,
television shows, commercials, photo shoots, and even music videos.
Enjoy New York City's oldest drinking establishments, with their booths,
frosted mugs, and mahogany bars and be transported back to the pre-Prohibition
era. With your guide you will visit four to five different pubs during the
evening and enjoy three complimentary drinks along the way. You can easily walk
from one bar to the other and the distance covered on the tour is about 1 mile
Significant attractions and stories include:
Circus animals that lived in a backroom
The oldest Irish tavern in New York City
Bars you will visit include:
Old Town Bar
McSorley’s Old Ale House
Please note all participants must be 21 years of age or older and must
present valid photo ID to the tour leader at the start of the tour. All tour
participants are expected to drink responsibly and in moderation. Drinks
provided on the tour are spaced at intervals that are responsible consumption of
alcohol. This is a cultural tour.
Tour lengh is approximately three hours. Distance covered is roughly 1
Tour Begins: 7:30 P.M outside the Old Town Bar, 45 East 18th Street between
Broadway and Park Avenue South.