Each of the 10 parks that make up the National Parks of New York Harbor have regular ranger-led tours that introduce visitors to the site. Please visit the individual park pages to learn about these tours.
In addition, several of the parks have walking tours --either seasonally or year-round.
African Burial Ground National Monument offers "Exploring the African Presence in Early New York." This free tour is by reservation only and is offered at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Sundays.
Governors Island National Monument offers two walking tours.
Federal Hall will be launching a new "Revolutionary New York" tour in August.
"The New Amsterdam Trail" visits two National Park in Lower Manhattan.
Did You Know?
Critical habitat in New York City? Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge supports a diversity of wildlife and is a critical stop for migrating birds on the Atlantic Flyway. The Refuge is one of 23 unique destinations within the National Parks of New York Harbor. More...