NYC Revolutionary Pub Crawl in New York, NY
85 Broad St • New York, NY 10004
The NYC Revolutionary Pub Crawl merges hidden history with local craft beer from four famed taverns in the Stone Street area. This unique NYC experience enables visitors to walk in the steps of the Founding Fathers along charming cobblestone streets and within historic taverns. During the pub crawl, an expert guide will share tales of the city’s role in colonial and revolutionary America.
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Please be sure that everyone has their ID showing they are 21+ years old.
You meet them outside 85 Broad Street in the Financial District of Manhattan at the corner of Broad Street and Pearl Street. It is on the same corner as the LPQ restaurant. The guide will be waiting outside with a New York Crawling sign featuring crawling baby and beer logo.
No, Everyone must be 21 years or older with a valid government-issued ID. If you are an international guest, passports are required by New York law.
Unfortunately, due to the historic nature of the buildings, the pubs are located in, not all of the bars are wheelchair accessible.
Approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
On the Revolutionary Pub Crawl, you visit four different historic pubs with fellow guests from around the world and enjoy a local craft beer while your guide shares unknown stories of New York City’s colonial and revolutionary history.
The route of the pub crawl depends on certain factors like the day of the week and the size of the group. Therefore, guests will not know the exact route until the crawl starts. All of the bars visited is located in the historic Stone Street area of the Financial District and are all located within a few blocks of each other.
Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to get checked in as the tour will leave on time.
All of the bars are close together. The guest will only walk about two and a half blocks in total.
The Pub Crawl runs rain or shine and will only be canceled in the event of extreme weather.