Join us in an educational e-bike tour of the historic Santa Fe area! If you’re a history buff, dive into the details of the San Miguel Mission and the Oldest House in the USA. If you’re an art enthusiast, you’re sure to love the beauty and excitement of the Santa Fe Railyard art district, as well as the uniqueness of the Prescott Gallery & Sculpture Garden. This e-bike tour offers something for everyone to enjoy.
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction 0:23 San Miguel Mission 1:28 Santa Jose Bell 2:07 San Miguel Mission Artifacts 2:53 Oldest House in the USA 3:43 Canyon Road 4:23 Santa Fe Railyard 5:04 Prescott Gallery and Sculpture Garden 6:18 Conclusion
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital, sits in the Sangre de Cristo foothills. It’s renowned for its Pueblo-style architecture and as a creative arts hotbed. Founded as a Spanish colony in 1610, it has at its heart the traditional Plaza. The surrounding historic district’s crooked streets wind past adobe landmarks including the Palace of the Governors, now home to the New Mexico History Museum.
Take a walk and check out some of the amazing Art Deco architecture around Miami Beach in Florida. David Brauer shows you a wide variety of buildings featuring the classic Art Deco style and the history behind them.
Take a walk through the diverse culture filled East Hollywood in California and experience some of the famous sights and attractions in the entertainment capital in the U.S. From the Trianon Apartment building to the famous Carousel Lebanese restaurant, you’ll see the diverse cultures and the architecture surrounding them.
Video timeline: 00:00 Introduction 00:31 History of East Hollywood 00:58 Thai Town of Easy Hollywood 01:36 Trianon Apartments 03:02 Hollywood Premiere Motel 03:49 Carousel Lebanese Restaurant 04:18 Armenian Culture in Hollywood 05:03 Paul De Longpre 05:56 Charles Bukowski
Happy Holidays! New York City is known to the world as a Christmas and holiday destination hotspot. Join our guide, Sam, from Top Dog Tours NYC as she takes you on a personal walking tour of all the iconic, must-see sites that put Manhattan on the Christmas map. From Radio City Music Hall to Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick’s Cathedral to Macy’s flagship store, learn the fascinating history of each location, with traditions going back to the early 20th century and beyond.
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction to New York Holiday Landmarks 0:23 St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Historical Origins of Christmas 1:34 New York Christmas Firsts 1:54 St. Patrick’s Cathedral Midnight Mass History 2:35 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree History 4:27 Radio City Music Hall History 4:48 The Rockettes History 5:56 Bryant Park History 6:30 Bryant Park Winter Village 6:57 Macy’s Store History 8:02 Macy’s Day Parade History 9:08 Macy’s Holiday Window Display
Welcome to beautiful Waikiki, on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Join expert tour guide Monte McComber for a walking tour of Waikiki’s many beautiful beaches, its historical landmarks, and its cultural centers. And don’t forget to wrap up your tour with vintage shave ice!
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction to Waikiki 0:41 Waikiki 1920’s and 1930’s 1:24 Queen Lili’uokalani 1:40 Kuhio Beach 2:30 Duke Kahanamoku Statue 3:09 Moana Surfrider Resort Hotel Tour 4:10 International Market Place 5:22 Waikiki Beach 6:18 Royal Hawaiian Center 7:19 Vintage Shave Ice Stand
Take a virtual journey across the globe and experience years worth of Venetian history with expert tour guide Mose Viero. This “Venice in a Day” tour explores incredible historic landmarks and architecture, including the Grand Canal, St. Mark’s Basilica Bell Tower, Rialto Bridge and Doge’s Palace.
Explore historic buildings and hidden passageways in this exclusive walking tour of the streets and alleys of Charleston, South Carolina. This city is home to the most buildings in the National Historic Register, and it holds the title as the largest historic district in the country! Come along as tour guide Jim Gresham uncovers 350 years of beauty and rare history stored deep within this city’s roots.
Video timeline: 0:00 Introduction 0:35 Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon 1:00 Philadelphia Alley 1:50 McCrady’s Tavern 2:26 Chalmers Street 2:53 The Pink House 3:40 Elliott Street 4:21 Bedons Alley 4:55 Stolls Alley 5:30 Carriage stones 5:53 Longitude Lane 7:25 Conclusion
Planning your next vacation? Expert tour guide, David Rodriguez, takes us on a virtual walking tour of Puerto Rico’s capital and largest city – San Juan. Discover in-depth details of the city’s renowned rich history and culture, including the location of the WWII American Bunker, The University of Puerto Rico School of Art, and the invention of the ever-popular piña colada.
Often regarded as the most haunted city in the U.S., New Orleans has a deep history of ghosts, pirates, murder, and mayhem. Join our local expert for a guided walking tour of the infamous French Quarter and its most notorious landmarks to see why it’s been a hotspot for ghost enthusiasts from all over the world.
Video Timestamps: 0:00 Murder and Mayhem in the French Quarter 0:29 Andrew Jackson Hotel 2:27 Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar 5:00 The Palace, aka The Sultan’s House 7:35 Lalaurie Mansion