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Welcome to Harlem Tours presents the Mount Morris Park Historic District Tour. With tickets from, you’ll walk through one of the most incredible architectural areas in New York City. The neighborhood dates back to the Gilded Age, and its remarkable mix of buildings, homes, churches, and more from the late 1800s and early 1900s truly has to be seen to be believed.

The Mount Morris Park Historic District is a sixteen-block area in Central Harlem, from West 118th street to West 124th street, and between Fifth Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Boulevard. The area was one of the first stretches of Harlem to be designated a landmarked district, and because of that, the well-known “Doctors’ Row” displays a rare stretch of Manhattan streetscape that’s basically unaltered since it was built in in the late 19th century. Your tour guide will offer fascinating details about the area, like how the neighborhood was once used by Native Americans as a lookout across all of Manhattan. Mount Morris Park is considered one of the city’s most charming and distinctive residential neighborhood, and there’s no better way to see this hidden architectural gem than with the expert guides on the Mount Morris Park Historic District Tour with Lunch. Because what’s better than classic architecture than a belly full of delicious local Harlem food?

Why Go?

Best Known For:
Mount Morris Park has long been home to famous New Yorkers, from basketball legend Kareem Abdul Jabar to actor Neil Patrick Harris.

See Central Harlem in a whole new light in this remarkable, educational, and exciting three-hour walking tour The Mount Morris Park Historic District Tour is one of the hidden gems of New York, offering you the chance to see this remarkable historic district, considered to be one of the finest representations of Gilded Age architecture. The walking tour covers all of Mount Morris Park Historical District as well as the surrounding area. All that walking will work up an appetite, so it’s great that the tour includes lunch at one of the local Harlem eateries. You can get to know your fellow tour-goers, meet some locals, or continue to learn from your expert tour guide.

Additional Information

3 Hours

Age Restrictions:
Children Ages 6 and under are free!

Tour departs from 145 West 122nd Street, Apt. 1, between (Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and Lenox Avenue).

Take the A, B, C, or D train, to 125th Street, exit near intersection of 125th St and St Nicholas Avenue, walk east two blocks on 125th street to Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd. turn right and walk to 122nd Street, make a left and walk to building 145 West 122nd Streett. Walk up the stairs and ring bell #1. Take the 2 or 3 train to 125th Street, exit and walk south three blocks to 122nd Street. Turn right and walk to 145 West 122nd Street. Walk up the stairs and ring bell #1.


2360 8th Avenue Frederick Douglass Blvd. (Between 126th & 127th Streets)
New York, NY 10037