Walk with an experienced tour guide as you retrace the immigrant progress toward the American Dream during the Prohibition era.
They will guide you into one of New York’s last-standing 1920s speakeasies and tell the tale of the period’s most notorious gangsters and infamous bootleggers. At your second location, you’ll explore the catalysts behind Prohibition and focus on the women of the Gilded Age, and the movement that gave rise to an oil king.
To round off your journey together, you will visit New York’s oldest bars and former speakeasies where you’ll discuss the sudden demise of Prohibition.
- This is a 1.5 mile hosted walking tour. Be prepared to walk this distance at a moderate pace.
- Begin in Midtown at an original speakeasy–the speakeasy of all speakeasies.
- Enter a Gilded Age bar celebrating the greatest catalyst to Prohibition.
- Visit three or more pubs and multiple artist displays of murals and urban graffiti.
- End your tour at one of the oldest Irish bars in New York, and celebrate the end of Prohibition.
- Complimentary sample cocktail: An original sample of a Prohibition-style cocktail will be handed out at the first location.
- Additional drinks and transportation are NOT included.
- Alcoholic/non-alcoholic drink menus are available