New Year's Eve Drinking and History tour
Take a tipsy journey through the spirit trails and exclusive entry through baracades as we retrace the immigrant progress toward the American Dream during Prohibition.We'll begin in one of New York's oldest bars and former speakeasies while drinking a specialty brew or cider. At our second location, we'll explore the catalysts behind prohibition, focus on the women of the Gilded age and the movement that gave rise to an oil king while eating and drinking. To round off our journey together we will guide you into one of New York's last-standing 1920s speakeasies and tell the tale of the period’s most notorious gangsters, infamous bootleggers and discuss the sudden demise of prohibition.
Here you will have an open bar and apps all night from 6:30-12:30am and an exclusive view of the ball drop from 12 blocks away (where we end is an exclusive section that the general public is not allowed into).
This tour includes the following:
A New York City licensed tour guide
This tour takes place in midtown Manhattan/Hell's Kitchen
1.5-2 miles walking distance
Basic well alcohol and appetizers included all day and night and open bar at last location.
3 drinking locations including an original speakeasy.
Exclusive view of the ball drop at midnight from 12 blocks away.
*Alcoholic/non-alcoholic drink menus are available. Transportation is NOT included. Guests must be 21 + and able to walk 1.5-2 miles at a moderate pace in classy/cocktail attire.This is not a wheelchair accessible tour.
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