• Winter 2021 Update

    My New York City Tours is offering customized small group tours upon request. These tours are OUTDOORS only, and limited to one family or one quarantine “pod,” with a maximum of six people. All guests are required to wear masks the entire length of the tours. All visitors must be from New York City or […]

  • Ladies Mile tour in Union Square

    COVID-19 and My NYC Tours

    This website has been very quiet as we have transitioned into a new line of work in the tourism industry. Our founder, Emma Guest-Consales, is currently working at the One World Observatory in One World Trade Center, but private walking tours are always on request. With the ongoing global pandemic, only small, walking group tours […]

  • For the first-time visitor

    First-time visitors to New York City are often overwhelmed when they find themselves surrounded by the hustle and bustle of one of the most famous cities in the world.  Visitors can use guide books and maps to orient themselves, and there is plenty of information available — right here on this website too!  However, the […]

  • Famous Sights – Grand Central Station

    In 1869, the railroad tycoon Cornelius “Commodore” Vanderbilt had consolidated his train lines at 4th Ave. (Park Ave.) and 42nd Street at the Grand Central Depot.  It was replaced with the current Grand Central Terminal (often called Grand Central Station) (1903-1913) designed by the architectural firms of Reed and Stem and Warren and Wentmore.  The slow pace of the contruction is easy […]

  • Fun facts about New York City…

    Welcome to My New York City Tours!  Check out our list of tours to find the ones that interest you the most, and then contact us for more information about a customized, private tour with our qualified guides.  Our tours are ideal for all visitors to the Big Apple, whether you are a first-time visitor, hosting […]

  • For the art and museum lover

    New York City is home to many of the world’s greatest museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Guggenheim Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, the Whitney Museum, the Frick Collection, and many, many others. With My New York City Tours you can select the museum or museums […]

Famous Sights

Famous sights – Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center, constructed between 1931 and 1940 is one of the most recognizable landmarks in New York City.  The businessman an philanthropist. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. assmbled a professional group that included the architect and designer Raymond Hood, the real estate specialist John Todd and his associates Andrew Reinhard and Henry Hofmeister.  The urban designer Harvey Corbett […]

Famous Sights – Grand Central Station

In 1869, the railroad tycoon Cornelius “Commodore” Vanderbilt had consolidated his train lines at 4th Ave. (Park Ave.) and 42nd Street at the Grand Central Depot.  It was replaced with the current Grand Central Terminal (often called Grand Central Station) (1903-1913) designed by the architectural firms of Reed and Stem and Warren and Wentmore.  The slow pace of the contruction is easy […]