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All aboard for Saturday trolley tours with round-trip service
from midtown Manhattan to and from the Bronx.
Pick up at 9 am. Return at 4 pm.
Great adventures in between.

  • Bronx Ecoadventure

    As featured in the New York Times
    Saturday, October 15
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    Ecotourism in one of the country's most renowned urban areas? Absolutely! The Bronx is the only place you can hike through the largest remaining portion of New York City's original forest; come nose-to-nose with Western lowland gorillas; and canoe down the beautiful, reclaimed Bronx River with guides from the Bronx River Alliance. This memorable tour includes canoe rental and admission to the New York Botanical Garden, and the Bronx Zoo. There's a lunch stop at famous Arthur Avenue. Under 16 must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Not suitable for kids younger than 10 years old.

    Saturday, October 15th

    Prices
  • Focus on the Bronx
    Photo Tour

    Saturday, October 22
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    Whatever your level of expertise, and however basic or fancy your camera is, you'll take some of your best photos ever during this special tour, led by award-winning photographer-instructor and Bronx native Marisol Diaz. On-the-spot pro tips & tricks will ensure great shots of Bronx people, architecture, art, street scenes, and more. Tour includes admission to Wave Hill, a stunning public garden overlooking the Hudson River and stops at the Lourdes of America shrine, the Hall of Fame for Great Americans, and the urban phenomenon of "casitas," little houses built on community gardens to resemble homes in the Puerto Rican countryside.

    Saturday, October 22

    Prices
  • Biking through Bronx History

    Saturday, October 29
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    The Five Borough Bike Club leads cyclists on Bronx Greenway paths at their peak of autumn beauty, as well as Bronx neighborhoods, historic districts, cultural hubs and more. The tour includes admission to two of the borough's most popular historic house museums, the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and the Van Cortlandt House Museum for special narrated tours. There's a break for lunch at City Island, a seaport community with a rich nautical history. Under 16 must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Not suitable for kids younger than 10 years old.

    Saturday, October 29

    Prices

Tours are $25 per person, $20 for children under 12 and seniors (62+) and include admissions as indicated above. Lunch is not included. Tours take place rain or shine, however in case of dangerous weather conditions, The Bronx Tourism Council reserves the right to reschedule the Biking and EcoAdventure tours. In such a situation, the tour price will be fully refunded or applied to a subsequent tour, whichever the guest prefers.


Space is limited, and tour reservations must be made in advance. To reserve your spot, call Jennifer Blatus, Tourism Coordinator at the Bronx Tourism Council, 718.590.2502, 347.539.2433, or email her at jblatus@boedc.org.


Reservations are fully refundable with a minimum of 72 hours advance notice of cancellation.


For media inquiries or partnership, contact: Doris Quinones, Executive Director, The Bronx Tourism Council, 718.590.3527, dquinones@boedc.org.


These tours are underwritten by Montefiore Medical Center and hosted by the Bronx Tourism Council, a program of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation which is funded by the Office of the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. Tours are also supported by the Office of Bronx Parks Commissioner Hector Aponte. Additional promotional support provided by the NYC & Company Foundation.

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