Harlem and Strivers' Row [in-person tour] with Zack Rhodes Sunday, September 23 at 11:00 AM

Take In- Person Tours Of Harlem & Strivers’ Row, Greenwich Village Modern With MAS Tours This Weekend

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We hope you can join us for this week’s tours!

Please see the tours listed below, and click on the photos to learn more.  Virtual tours are conducted via Zoom and usually last 60 to 90 minutes. They are not recorded to be viewed later.

In-person tours last 90 minutes to 2 hours and are held outdoors, therefore no masks are required. If you prefer to wear a mask, though, we want you to feel comfortable doing so.

Don’t delay, get your tickets today! Remember, MAS Members get advance notice of tours, and a discounted ticket price. 

You can reach MAS tour director Ted Mineau at [email protected] with any questions or comments. Many thanks for your continued support of the MAS tours program.


Revisiting Grand Central [virtual tour]
with MAS Docent Judy Garza
Friday, September 22 at 1100 AM


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Greenwich Village Modern [in-person tour] with John Arbuckle Saturday, September 23 at 2:00 PM

Greenwich Village Modern [in-person tour]
with John Arbuckle
Saturday, September 23 at 2:00 PM


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Harlem and Strivers' Row [in-person tour] with Zack Rhodes Sunday, September 23 at 11:00 AM

Harlem and Strivers’ Row [in-person tour]
with Zack Rhodes
Sunday, September 23 at 11:00 AM


Register here

Banner Image : Harlem and Strivers’ Row. Image Credit: MAS


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