Flatiron Architectural Marvels 2 Hour Private Tour in New York

Meeting Point

Flatiron Building at 23rd Street (see map for directions)

Start Time

11:00 AM

2 hours (approx.)

On a 2-hour private tour, explore New York’s famed Flatiron District, which includes architectural wonders and historic sites. Book today!


175, 5th Avenue, New York, New York, 10010

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Getting There

Bus: BM2,M1,M15,M2,M23-SBS,M55,X27
Subway: N and Q


175, 5th Avenue, New York, New York, 10010

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Unveiling NYC’s Architectural Gems: Flatiron District Marvels – Private Tour

This special 2-hour walking tour takes you through Manhattan’s architectural legacy! Immerse yourself in the Flatiron District, where renowned skyscrapers and attractive old structures coexist on the busy streets.

Your own tour will reveal the interesting history behind these architectural marvels, such as the bold design of the Flatiron Building and the gothic majesty of the New York Life Building. Stroll through Madison Square Park, a lively green area rich in history, and learn about the neighborhood’s origins as the “Toy District.” This customized tour provides an unparalleled chance to appreciate the progression of New York City’s skyline and the architectural geniuses who sculpted it.


  • Exclusive: A 2-hour private tour of NYC’s Flatiron District.
  • Learn about the history and architecture of renowned structures.
  • Expert-led: Led by competent local specialists.
  • Unique: Ideal for architectural and history fans.
From $245
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Frequently Asked Questions

A local guide that will give you fresh insights about this magnificent architecture.

For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time. If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded. Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.

  • Union Square – You’ll have a chance to visit a park beloved by locals and known for its year-round farmers markets.
  • Madison Square Park – This park holds centuries of history that reveal the city’s evolution.