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John Jay’s Not-So-Big City: A Walk Through the History of Old New York

Location

Lower Manhattan- Bowling Green
Broadway & Morris St.
New York, NY 10004

40.723008 -74.000633

County: Westchester
Region: Lower Hudson

Date(s)

  • September 21, 2019, 10:00AM
  • Details

    Event Type Walk/Hike Description Founding Father John Jay was a native son of New York City, but the city he knew was not the metropolis we know today. This tour takes us along many of the same streets John Jay walked as we visit locations where he lived, worked, played, and prayed. Plan to walk approximately 2 miles during this 3-hour tour. Water bottles are recommended. Sponsoring Organization John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

    Contact Information

    bethany.white@parks.ny.gov
    914-232-5651 x107
    www.facebook.com/JohnJayHomesteadSHS

    Registration

    Advance registration required.
    Register by 9/15 Register at johnjayhomestead.org/events
    Advance registration required. $20; $15 members Friends of John Jay Homestead

    Additional Information

    Some uneven paved surfaces.
    Additional Equipment Required: No

    Event Duration (hours): 3
    Difficulty: Easy
    Not suitable for children under age 12.
    Length (miles): 2.25
    Path: One-way
    Boots Needed: No

    Family Friendly
    Walking Distance to Amtrak or Metro North Station
    Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? No
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