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Manhattan Unlocked lets the architecture tell the story of the city. Each neighborhood, from Central Park to The Battery, has its own individual history and architectural make-up. Together, all the neighborhoods tell one great story of the city's...more
Times square, New York, New York, New York City, NY 10036
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Rob puts the history together in a way that makes all of New York City logical and accessible. Streets I’ve known (or thought I did) and seen a thousand times when I used to live to in New York before I now see in a...More
The tour was a fantastic experience as Robert is a very knowledgeable and engaging guide and the tour offers a unique perspective on midtown Manhattan. After the tour we will be looking with new eyes to NYC and other cities. We highly recommend this to...More
Date of experience: October 2019
Robert A, Owner/operator at Manhattan Unlocked Historical and Architectural Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for the great review. As always, the people on the tour are as important as the tour itself. Thank you for letting me show you this wonderful city. Hope to see you again!
We showed up 30mins early and our party of 3 talked at the pic in the ad until we realized it was 10mins after our start time and no guide. We tried to call and went on a wild chase only to have the guide...More
Date of experience: September 2019
Robert A, Owner at Manhattan Unlocked Historical and Architectural Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
I'm sorry you were not at the right location for the start of the tour, Gina. I did look for you, I'm sorry I didn't see you. I offered you three slots for any future tours. That offer still stands. Rob
I can't say enough about how interesting this tour was. There is so much to the history and architecture of New York to discover. Rob shares his knowledge in an accessible way, pointing out things you would probably not notice or understand yourself. The development...More
Date of experience: May 2019
Robert A, Owner/guide at Manhattan Unlocked Historical and Architectural Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 9 June 2019
Thank you for the thoughtful review. It was a pleasure showing you the history.
Robert very graciously led the tour, even though I was the only participant. His knowledge of New York history is as boundless as his enthusiasm. This is my second tour with him and I would definitely recommend it for those interested in a very well...More
We had a wonderful time on this tour. Rob gives just enough historical background to enhance the viewing of the approximately 10 block area that you explore. He adjusts his pace to our interests, and with the wink of an eye was able to take...More
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Robert A, Guide/owner at Manhattan Unlocked Historical and Architectural Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 21 March 2019
I definitely hope to see you again, you guys were great, and thank you for the awesome review! Best wishes and safe travels.
Super interesting tour that covered a swath of Midtown I have visited numerous times before, but this helped me see it in a whole new way. My sons, 18 and 16, found it fascinating too. We learned the architectural history of buildings around us, the...More