New York art tours
In conjunction with G·E·T Educational Tours (licence no. 30137) – New York art tours since 2009
Next tour: Tuesday 4 September to Monday 10 September 2018 (6 nights)
Read the blog post walk-to-art in New York: 2017 tour highlights
walk-to-art New York immerses you in the cultural life of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island City. The tour is hosted by Bernadette Alibrando, an experienced visual arts professional who has a special connection with New York, having lived and worked there. She loves sharing her "insider's" knowledge with tour groups.
Tours to New York City take place annually. You will join a small group (no more than 8 participants; adults only) and be led through the bustle of New York to street art, public art, artist-run spaces and studios.
We will take you behind the scenes of New York's art community, introducing you directly to creators and the highlights of this vibrant and addictive city.
Participants receive a box of postcards revealing the meeting place and instructions for each day of the tour. The group meets daily to discover art and great places, before stopping for an afternoon wine. There is ample time to rest, shop and take in the many charms of the city that never sleeps.
Price (Australian dollars): $2710 (per person, twin share or double room); $3299 (per person, single room) – $500 non-refundable deposit due on booking (the final payment is due on 1 July 2018). Costs are subject to currency fluctuations and seasonality changes
- accommodation: Hotel Le Jolie, Brooklyn (6 nights, daily breakfast)
- tours: 6 unique afternoon walking tours of New York's cutting-edge art community.
Not included: Meals other than those specified, items of personal nature, airfares, airport levies and taxes, travel insurance.
Reservations: To secure a position, a non-refundable deposit of $500 per participant is required. For more information, please contact walk-to-art using the form below or by telephone or email (view contact details).
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