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New Ways to Discover New York City

No matter which Triumph Hotel you're staying at, make the most of your experience with free walking tours led by the historic experts at Streetwise. Visit New York City's most enamoring sights and attractions on any of the tours that depart directly from the doorstep of all five NYC Triumph Hotels any day of the week. Check out the tour schedule below and don't forget your walking shoes!
TriBeCa & World Trade Center

TriBeCa & World Trade Center

- Wednesdays at 10am - 

Meet at The Frederick's lobby to depart on a tour of TriBeCa, one of New York's oldest and fashionable neighborhoods. There is no better place to start this tour. Learn about the history of the hotel's building and visit the historic and hip blocks of TriBeCa before visiting the new World Trade Center and the Financial District. Other highlights include the Jenga Building, Winter Garden, stunning contemporary art, and more. 

Midtown, Grand Central and NY Public Library

Midtown, Grand Central & NY Public Library

- Sundays & Thursdays at 10am - 

Meet at the lobby of the century old Iroquois Hotel New York on 44th St.  Take in the historic Club Row's architectural gems which still are active private clubs today. Visit the iconic Grand Central Terminal, NY Public Library, Bryant Park and the Chrysler Building to enjoy the grandeur of the neighborhood and learn stories and eccentricities of these landmarks.

Upper West Side and Central Park

Upper West Side & Central Park

- Mondays at 10am - 

Meet at the lobby of the Beaux Arts historic landmark, Hotel Belleclaire on the Upper West Side. Enjoy an architectural tour including Dakota, the Ansonia and in particular buildings of Emery Roth. The tour will introduce guests to neighborhood life in the Upper West Side, including historically popular places to eat and shop. The tour ends at Central Park, exploring gems like Strawberry Fields and Bethesda Terrace.

Times Square and Rockefeller Center in New York

Times Square & Rockefeller Center

- Tuesdays & Fridays at 10am - 

Meet in the Art Deco lobby of the Hotel Edison. Learn about the unique history of Times Square, as well as hidden art and history. The tour also includes Rockefeller Center and tour surprises - with sound sculptures, optical illusions and hidden gems of Midtown.

NoMad, Madison Square Park and Union Square

NoMad, Madsion Square Park, & Union Square

- Saturdays at 10am - 

Meet at the lobby of The Evelyn, near the nouveau chic Flatiron District. Learn the story of Evelyn Nesbit, the namesake of the hotel. The tour visits Marble Collegiate Church, "the little church around the corner" and the iconic buildings around Madison Square including the New York Life Insurance and Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower, to learn the stories and eccentricities of these landmarks. Experience the vibrant energy of the Flatiron District and end in the popular open-air farmer's market at Union Square. 


  • 10am - 11:30am


  • Complimentary for hotel guests

When does the walking tour start and where is the meeting location?

All Triumph guests are welcome on walking tours hosted by Triumph Hotels every day, with the starting points switching off between each hotel. Each tour begins in the hotel lobby at 10:00 am. 

For the full Triumph Hotels walking tour schedule and location of departure, click here.

What should I wear on a walking tour in Tribeca?

Comfort is key for any walking tour. Wear comfortable shoes as you'll be walking on cobblestone streets and potentially covering long distances. Check the weather forecast before your tour and dress appropriately, considering layers if the weather might change throughout the day.

How do I reserve my spot for the tour?

You can reserve your spot for yourself and up to three guests by visiting

Can I take photographs at the World Trade Center?

Photography is allowed in the outdoor areas of the WTC site, including the 9/11 Memorial. Photography is also permitted in the One World Observatory and limited sections of the 9/11 Museum; however, the tour remains outdoors. 

How accessible is the World Trade Center area for visitors with disabilities?

The WTC site is fully accessible, with wheelchair ramps, elevators, and accessible restrooms available throughout the area, including the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, One World Observatory, and the Oculus.