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We can now walk closer to the East River - from 53rd to 71st - and more to come!

We'll meet at 9:00am on Saturday, June 3 at the intersection of W. 178th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, at the corner of the George Washington Bridge Port Authority Bus Terminal.  Bring water!    Any questions? Call me at 917-921-9273.

Walkway entrance to the new East River Esplanade

Recently opened, there is a ramp from Sutton Place South at E. 53rd Street to the new promenade!

Please call or text 917-921-9273 or email to learn what we can do for you! .

Check out the tours offered by The Street Teacher! 

Come on over and take a stroll up along the river - and remember: this is just one more addition  in the master plan to have a walkway all around Manhattan - there's more to come!

The East River Esplanade

New York has many, many attractions - but there are more wonderful curiosities like this just a few more miles up the Hudson River: Bear Mountain, Boscobel, Beacon, Kingston and more!  

So, why not check out The Street Teacher's tours  and discover more that's fascinating and awe inspiring!  New York is the Gateway to Wonders! 

What would you like to see?

For your next custom adventure, Email

Or call or text: 917-921-9273  

Can you believe it? Summer is approaching! 

It's always a good time to explore your neighborhood, and especially now when our city is becoming warmer. The 4th of July is really just around the corner - and possibly a trip out of town for you too!

But before you go, why not take a few hours to visit - or re-visit - neighborhoods of our great city that may have new things to see - there is so much building happening!  

You'll also discover (if you walk with the Street Teacher!) that there are more ways to see the city than you may have remembered.  Check us out - and let us refresh your Apple Memories! 

Click below to See and Book any of The Street Teacher's tours!

The Mall and its American Elms in Central Park

COME TO EXPLORE CENTRAL PARK THIS FALL! - Discover the peace in nature - in the middle of America's largest city - and marvel!

Tour Central Park with The Street Teacher and discover New York's largest work of art!

YOU MUST EMAIL, or CALL or TEXT 917-921-9273, to confirm meeting place and time for EVERY tour.


The Brooklyn Bridge from Pier 17 at the South Street Seaport

EXPLORE THE CITY'S VITAL NEIGHBORHOODS - Visit hidden parks and learn what makes this city great!

Hell's Kitchen, Greenwich Village, the Upper East Side, the Lower East Side and Chinatown, Chelsea, and Brooklyn are just a few of New York's great neighborhoods.

Yes!  Lawn Bowling in Central Park!
Springtime blooming in Central Park
The Castle in Central Park!
The Duke Mansion on 5th Avenue


Explore the natural world in this unique park - perhaps the largest work of art in the city, for it indeed is all man made!  It's nature, but not naturally a park.  Learn how it came to be what it is today. 

Of course, there is nature, but it is also natural of man to manipulate nature, to dream of castles in the sky, and make mansions for himself.  This is all in one tour, and with these sights is history too! Click on the Button below and then on the Central Park & Upper East Side button to join in on this tour!


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