Your “Walkabout” will take you to:
- New York City's oldest burial ground
- The Settlement House that transformed many immigrants into U.S. citizens
- Several historical synagogues
- The Church of the Transfiguration
- 1st Chinese Presbyterian Church
- Sung Tak Buddhist Temple
- Tea shops
- Orchard Street shops – where you can get a real New York bargain!
- Do I have to purchase tickets in advance? Can I pay cash?
- Tickets must be purchased in advance and can only be purchased with a Visa or Mastercard. Cash is not accepted.
- What is the maximum number of participants?
- There is a maximum of 20 people per tour.
- How much walking is involved?
- We walk for about 2 hours at a leisurely pace. Generally tours are less than a mile.
- What happens if it rains or snows?
- Tours go out rain or shine. We are in and out of many shops throughout the tour but we do recommend that you dress appropriately for the day's weather conditions.
- May I bring my dog on the tour?
- Due to the various food establishments we may visit along the way, pets of any kind are not allowed on this tour.
- Are children and strollers allowed on the tour?
- Yes, the “Walkabouts” are family friendly and are conducted at a leisurely pace.
- Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
- Unfortunately wheelchairs are not recommended on the tour due to narrow sidewalks, traffic and seasonal weather conditions.
- Are gift certificates avialable?
- Yes. To inquire about a SusanSez NYC Walkabouts gift certificate, please click "Contact SusanSez" and email your request, along with your contact information.
- Can I book a private tour?
- Yes. If you are interested in booking a private tour, please contact SusanSez NYC Walkabouts by clicking "Contact SusanSez" to the left of the page.
SusanSez NYC Walkabouts
Susan has a lifelong interest in New York, history (Hunter College BA in History), people (MSW-Rutgers), food, art, culture, shopping and having fun. Susan has combined all these interests in her "Walkabouts" to provide an authentic New York Experience.