Harlem Jammin Jazz Tour
Harlem elevated jazz to the world stage and each year thousands of visitors and tourists flock to Harlem club's seeking to experience the soulful music that Harlem has come to be known for. When the lights go down the soulful immortal sounds and rhythms of Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis (to name just a few). Their voices live on throughout the city as performers pay tribute to these greats every night.
What better way to end an evening than in Harlem with some sightseeing and live jazz. Yes, our evening Jazz Tour is just what you need. Enjoy a tour across 125th Street, then a lovely stroll along Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., up to uptown and finish at a stop in Harlem known for some of the best live jazz. During the tour you will see historical churches and famous night clubs of the past. A glimpse at some of the most beautiful homes that Harlem has to offer and other historical places of interest. Food and drinks are available for purchase at the jazz location. So come hungry for some history, jazz and food. This will be a night that you won't forget!
You’ll consider the occasion as one of your great nights out, so take the A train to 125th Street and get the party started.
Date: Thursday and Sunday
Time: 6 PM
Duration: 3.5 hours
Price: $56.25 USD
Tours do not operate on the following dates: Thanksgiving Day Holiday (November 23 & 24) | Christmas Holiday (December 24 & 25) | New Years Holiday (December 31 & January 1)
Tours departs from 2360 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.) Between 126th & 127th Street. A, B, C, or D, to 125th Street, exit near intersection of W 125th St and St Nicholas Ave., walk east one block on 125th street to 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.), turn left and walk to 126th & 127th Streets. You will see the sign for Welcome to Harlem. 2 or 3 trains to 125th Street, exit on the left side of the station and walk west two blocks to 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.), turn right and walk to 126th & 127th Streets. You will see the sign for Welcome to Harlem.