(2 Hours) Best of New York Private Photo Tour with Personal Photographer
- Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
- Location: New York, NY
- Product code: PEULMJ
All tours can be customized. All guests receive at least 75 photos, forward by gallery and zip file, within 48 hours after the tour.
Typical 2 Hour Tour
We will walk through Times Square and New York’s world famous Broadway district. NYC cabs racing by, theaters all around in this fast pace, high energy environment. We then take the first of two subway rides; we exit the subway next to Central Park. Immediately, you will notice a change in the scenery, pace and photo opportunities. We will stroll through the Southeast corner of Central Park, capturing amazing photos of you in the Park and the NYC skyline as a backdrop. We then exit the Park and walk thru the exclusive Upper East Side neighborhood lined with historic townhouses and brownstones. The area was initially settled by the super wealthy New Yorker’s, including the Vanderbilt’s & Rockefeller’s. While this may not be on your itinerary for NYC, we are exposing you to an off the beaten path side of NYC. Naturally, we will give some history and capture you in wonderful photos along the way. We then take our second, and last, subway ride to the Brooklyn Bridge. The views and photos from the bridge are breathtaking.
Customizing Your Private Photo Tour
We can customize any tour. For example, If you do not want to include Central Park or The Brooklyn Bridge, and prefer Grand Central Station or more neighborhoods, we can certainly do so. You must keep in mind the logistics of NYC. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes within the time parameter of the tour. We certainly want to maximize our time together.
After the Tour
The 2 hour tour will often conclude at the Brooklyn Bridge, at which time you will receive advise from your guide on how to plan the rest of your day. Perhaps you want to continue over the Bridge and explore Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Bridge Park or DUMBO. Maybe you want to take a short walk near the Bridge to see the 9/11 Memorial and go up One World Observatory (aka The World Trade Center). Perhaps, as you are now well versed in the subway, you head over to the High Line or The Staten Island Ferry. Whatever you choose, your guide will not leave you hanging. You will have suggestions with clear and concise directions.