Gilbert and Sullivan to Hamilton The Musical Downtown Walking Tour!
2.5 Hour Tour for only $45 (Children under 10 are free!)
Have you seen Hamilton the Musical yet? Do you know where “The Room Where It happens” is? Don’t “Wait For It” join us today in the “Greatest City In The World!”
Come sing along as we bring “Hamilton The American Musical” written by Lin Manuel Miranda to life! Learn all about the origins of New York city theatre history while walking in the footsteps of Alexander Hamilton who went from being an immigrant to a STAR! We will visit iconic locations from the musical like: Hamilton’s Bank, Kings College, Thomas Jefferson’s House, The Federal Reserve and New York Stock Exchange (where George Washington was sworn in!), and visit one of the oldest bars in town where Hamilton himself “Raised A Glass “ with George Washington and his friends.
If you love musicals like 1776, Hamilton, Gilbert and Sullivan, Showboat, Ragtime, and Titanic then you will also love this tour!
- Visit the location where the first documented performance of a musical in New York — John Gay’s The Beggars Opera took place!
- Hear stories about the immigrants who were making their way to The NEW York, The Piracy (even copyright infringement!) that took place in the new land, and the merchants and musicians who helped develop the city and musical theatre as we know it.
- Sing along with your tour guide songs from musicals like Showboat, South Pacific, Hamilton and other fun musicals.
- Learn about theatre superstitions and other fun quirks we still do today!
- The tour will end at Hamilton’s, Eliza’s and Angelica’s final resting places in Trinity Church graveyard.
Even our founding fathers would love this tour!
Meeting Location: In front of the Starbucks at 38 Park Row.
Duration: 2.5 hours; 2 miles in length.
We are donating portions of ticket sales to Eliza's Charity!
“Can I show you what I’m proudest of? I established the first private orphanage in New York City.”
Our professional licensed tour guides are gifted triple threats who weave groups around New York’s bustling streets, brandishing their love of the stage and of the city along half-mile routes that cover origins of musical theater and Broadway history. Each tour guide brings a tablet with photos and videos to help share New York’s unique theatre history. (*Please note that we do not go inside any of the equity theatres due to union restrictions however we will entertain you with backstage stories and personal experiences.)
"I love hearing about the history of NY and the theatre. NY has such energy! It was the first time I looked at how beautiful the building facades are...they are works of art like the NY Library and the Met Museum. Next tour will be in the summer." -Madeline Cassano
Our group was small and very intimate. Just 4 of us. The guide was informed and very personable. My friends and I are avid theater goers and this was right up our alley.
"We had some time before our Broadway show, and we decided to try the New York Broadway Tour - and it was awesome! More fun, personal, and inspiring than a typical tour. My daughter is an aspiring performer and loved learning lots of "insider" details about the theatres and performers. We had such a great time and also a lot of laughs. We recommend this tour without hesitation. My daughter came home energized about her performing arts aspirations." - Dan Dulleba (TripAdvisor)
Amada is great! She's full of so much Broadway information and talented toooo!!! Thanks Amada for a grand time!!!!
"Thanks again for a very interesting tour! We can't wait to be back in New York city and see another Broadway show!" - Joannie Tardif
"I searched around for a Broadway tour because I basically came to NYC for the theater and I figured it would be a good investment! Amada, the tour guide, is wonderful and so sweet. She has the same enthusiasm as I do about theatre! In saying that, I did find that I knew a lot about what she was teaching us about already. For the average NYC tourist, this would be a perfect tour about the basics of NYC theatre!! The tour is a good length, though it did go about 20 minutes longer than expected, and Amada takes you on a route that somehow avoids most of the hectic crowds so kudos to her! Do keep in mind that you do not go into any theaters, but you do get to see plenty of them. Go support this new business and the wonderful Amada!" - Maddie O
"My mom and I had a great time!" - Shannon Hearns
"Amada Anderson was a fab tour guide and really went out of her way to show me the sites and tell me stories about Broadway there is somebody who loves her job. Amada really did inspire me. well worth the money and I would pay more for this tour." - Carlotta Rose
"Amada is an excellent tour guide. It's obvious that she has a passion for musical theatre and is knowledgeable about the topic as well! It was great to visit the theaters and learn the history of them along with listening to Amada sing popular Broadway songs. I definitely would recommend this tour to both seasoned Broadway viewers and newbies!" - TripAdvisor Reviewer
"Awesome tour guide, great tour!" - Janae Catt
"The tour guide is SO knowledgeable about Broadway Musicals that the tour was a sheer delight! She has a background in Musical Theatre and her knowledge is deep! The best tour I have ever done. And I have done quite a few! Forgot to mention her GREAT singing voice that you get treated to! Definitely a MUST do for locals and tourists alike!" -Priti Saldanha
"We just took Amada's Broadway Tour. We thought it was wonderful. We did some singing, dancing, and jazz hands!" - Sarah Cimperman
"I loved it! Amada is doing a great job and she's got a really great voice and she knows a lot about Broadway history. I really recommend it. Two thumbs up. It was fun!" - Bruno Lamarre
"We just got done taking the tour with Amada like Hakuna Matata and we had an awesome time. You get to hear Amada sing all the awesome Broadway songs and she's got a great voice. You get to interact with other people in the street, she get's everyone involved and it's awesome." - Lisa Arndt
"A friend and I took the tour on a Sunday. Amada was on time, really knows what she is talking about, provided a weatlh of information that we didn't know (and we live here!). Interestingly enough, there were only the 2 of us so we really got to ask about everything we wanted to know! There were supposed to be others on the tour and she did wait some minutes and call/text them rather than just take off without them. I think this shows her professionalism and wanting to make sure that people weren't left behind. She made the tour fun, despite the oppressive heat, and encourages people to have 'jazz hands', sing along, etc. Not to mention that she has a great voice! I recommend taking the tour- don't think you'll be disappointed!"- Sonia