About Welcome to Harlem
1 - 10 of 70 reviews
This series of brass plaques honors many important members of the black community in the United States and world wide. When I visited recently, we found this dazzling new (10-2017) mural of Dizzy Gillespie on 135th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. & Frederick Douglass...More
We had a fabulous tour with Cheryl, who provided an entertaining and highly informed tour of Harlem's history and culture. We learned a lot, got to see some amazing locations, and had a wonderful time!
Me and my mother did the Mount Morris tour this weekend and it definitely lived up to our expectations. Carolyn was extremely knowledgeable and represented the city of Harlem. She was like a walking encyclopedia and I definitely learned a lot. I've had to reschedule...More
My husband and I, visiting New York City from Toronto, had a great walking tour of Harlem on 9/11, 2017. Our guide being a long-standing resident of the Sugar Hill district of Harlem, was very welcoming, relaxed, informative and fun. We can't wait to return...More
My school sponsored a class field trip for members of our Black Student's Union along with the two other high schools in our district. Our walking tour guide "Lady Altovise" was fun, engaging and knowledgeable about all things Harlem. The tour was fascinating and I...More
My Wife & I Attended the Harlem Safe House Jazz Parlor on 5-4-17 with the Oliver Lake Trio. It was one of the most amazing experiences of our lives. Thank you to Craig & Diane for having us in their home & for being such...More
Nice tour of Harlem. Carolyn was great, very organized and entertaining. I strongly recommend a visit to Harlem for those who love Jazz, Gospel music, and good food.
Very informatic and fun. Great to walk harlem with our guide. Gospel and church visit was a fun experience. Brunch was great end and nice to get some time to talk about Harlem and allday life.