History, Ecology & Architecture of the West Village

Discover NYC’s dynamic waterfront history through a guided walking tour of the West Village neighborhood, led by a local historian. Explore Manhattan’s role as a major trade center and port through a chronological trip of history, ecology and architecture. Starting with the Lenape Native Americans, to European settlement, and to massive urban developments we will work through the centuries to our current uses of this diverse waterfront.

Meeting location at the Christopher Street Fountain at 6:30pm. A reminder will also be sent the day before the walk!

Tickets $15











When: Tue., Sep. 19, 2017 at 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Discover NYC’s dynamic waterfront history through a guided walking tour of the West Village neighborhood, led by a local historian. Explore Manhattan’s role as a major trade center and port through a chronological trip of history, ecology and architecture. Starting with the Lenape Native Americans, to European settlement, and to massive urban developments we will work through the centuries to our current uses of this diverse waterfront.

Meeting location at the Christopher Street Fountain at 6:30pm. A reminder will also be sent the day before the walk!

Tickets $15