Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour with Lunch

It is time for you to embark on a journey through present-day Harlem – to see the people and places of the Harlem Renaissance and discover why this period in American history was so magical and important for African-American culture. Did you ever wonder where Jungle Alley was, or why 135th Street was such a crucial area during Harlem Renaissance?  Well now is the time to lace up your sneakers and bring your imagination.   

Let us help you to discover some of the most beautiful and wonderful theaters, ballrooms, and churches in Harlem that where jumping during the Renaissance.  Also, on our journey you will hear, see and feel the history about some of the most influential individuals who helped to cultivate this magic era known as the Harlem Renaissance -- Langston Hughes, Pig Foot Mary, Duke Ellington, Madame CJ Walker, Jacob Lawrence, James Van Der Zee, Zora Neale Hurston and many others. 

Once the walking tour comes to a close, you will be treated to lunch at a local Harlem restaurant. 

Welcome to Harlem takes pride in showing off our beautiful city and sharing the history of the Harlem Renaissance.


Harlem Renaissance Walking Tour between 125th Street and 139th Street

Schedule Details:  

Date: Friday       
Time: 11 AM
Duration: 3 hours      
Price: $60 USD  

Please Note: 

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 leave from 145 West 122nd Street,  between (Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and Lenox Avenue). A, B, C, or D trains, to 125th Street, exit near intersection of 125th St and St Nicholas Avenue, walk east two blocks on 125th street to Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd. turn right and walk to 122nd Street, make a left and walk to building 145 West 122nd Streett.  Walk up the stairs and ring bell #1.  2 or 3 trains to 125th Street, exit and walk south three blocks to 122nd Street.  Turn right and walk to 145 West 122nd Street.  Walk up the stairs and ring bell #1. 

This tour must be booked at least 48 hours in advance