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145 West 122nd St., Suite 1
New York, NY 10027
United States

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Welcome to Harlem


(??.? miles from you)

145 West 122nd St., Suite 1
New York, NY 10027
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Looking for that authentic Harlem experience? Welcome to Harlem has it covered! Harlem is a 5.4-mile treasure trove of history, architectural beauty, and live entertainment not to be missed. Daily tours cover the

Jazz lovers will want to attend the Harlem Jazz Series. This jazz program is curated by Craig Harris, one of the 2022 Jazz Heroes winners, an award presented by The Jazz Journalists Association for his work in the world of jazz and locally in Harlem. Come to Harlem on Friday evenings and hear for yourself what the best live creative jazz is today in New York City.

The Harlem jazz series is free with the Go City and The New York Pass!

Additionally, enjoy annual, holiday, and gospel concerts. Check the calendar for the next concert.

Welcome to Harlem, they take pride in our community and love showing it to the world. See you soon!

*The office is only currently open for tour departures.*

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Why You Should Go...

Looking for that authentic Harlem experience? Welcome to Harlem has it covered! Harlem is a 5.4-mile treasure trove of history, architectural beauty, and live entertainment not to be missed. Daily tours cover the Mount Morris Park Historic District, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Harlem Renaissance. All these tours come with lunch -  And don't forget the famous Harlem Gospel and Brunch Tour on Sundays.  

Jazz lovers will want to attend the Harlem Jazz Series. This jazz program is curated by Craig Harris, one of the 2022 Jazz Heroes winners, an award presented by The Jazz Journalists Association for his work in the world of jazz and locally in Harlem. Come to Harlem on Friday evenings and hear for yourself what the best live creative jazz is today in New York City.

The Harlem jazz series is free with the Go City and The New York Pass!

Additionally, enjoy annual, holiday, and gospel concerts. Check the calendar for the next concert.

Welcome to Harlem, they take pride in our community and love showing it to the world. See you soon!

*The office is only currently open for tour departures.*

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Less than $100

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Discounts: Groups

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation

Parking: Street

Available: Guided Tour, Private Tour, Wi-fi, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

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Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Bring a camera - take pictures to share the experience with friends.

The office is only currently open for tour departures.

Please go to https://welcometoharlem.com to book a tour.

Fun Facts

Harlem was annexed to New York City in 1873 as the city's first suburb, explaining why the neighborhood has more brownstones than any other neighborhood in Manhattan.

In Harlem in the late 1950s, the African Jazz Arts Society (AJASS) and its Grandassa Models introduced the cultural movement that led to the natural hairstyles and wearing of African-influenced clothing like dashikis.

The name Harlem has been included in the titles of at least thirty-five books, seventy-four songs, and twenty-six movies. No other neighborhood in America can match this recognition.

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Why You Should Go...

Looking for that authentic Harlem experience? Welcome to Harlem has it covered! Harlem is a 5.4-mile treasure trove of history, architectural beauty, and live entertainment not to be missed. Daily tours cover the Mount Morris Park Historic District, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Harlem Renaissance. All these tours come with lunch -  And don't forget the famous Harlem Gospel and Brunch Tour on Sundays.  

Jazz lovers will want to attend the Harlem Jazz Series. This jazz program is curated by Craig Harris, one of the 2022 Jazz Heroes winners, an award presented by The Jazz Journalists Association for his work in the world of jazz and locally in Harlem. Come to Harlem on Friday evenings and hear for yourself what the best live creative jazz is today in New York City.

The Harlem jazz series is free with the Go City and The New York Pass!

Additionally, enjoy annual, holiday, and gospel concerts. Check the calendar for the next concert.

Welcome to Harlem, they take pride in our community and love showing it to the world. See you soon!

*The office is only currently open for tour departures.*

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Less than $100

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Discounts: Groups

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation

Parking: Street

Available: Guided Tour, Private Tour, Wi-fi, Souvenirs

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  • Celebrating 100 years of Charles Mingus

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    Welcome to Harlem

    Celebrating 100 years of Charles Mingus

    Welcome to Harlem

    Celebrating 100 years of Charles Mingus
    When Craig Harris exploded onto the jazz scene in 1976, he brought the entire history of the jazz trombone with him. He has performed with a veritable Who’s Who of progressive jazz’s most important figures and his own projects display both a unique sense of concept and a total command of the sweeping expanse of musical expression. 

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Insider Info

Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Bring a camera - take pictures to share the experience with friends.

The office is only currently open for tour departures.

Please go to https://welcometoharlem.com to book a tour.

Fun Facts

Harlem was annexed to New York City in 1873 as the city's first suburb, explaining why the neighborhood has more brownstones than any other neighborhood in Manhattan.

In Harlem in the late 1950s, the African Jazz Arts Society (AJASS) and its Grandassa Models introduced the cultural movement that led to the natural hairstyles and wearing of African-influenced clothing like dashikis.

The name Harlem has been included in the titles of at least thirty-five books, seventy-four songs, and twenty-six movies. No other neighborhood in America can match this recognition.

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