Public Event Types: Walking Tour
WALKING TOUR AND DIGITAL RESOURCE
Jackie Robinson’s Harlem brings to light Jackie Robinson’s multifaceted and decades-long engagement with Harlem as an athlete, citizen, activist, businessman, and family man. Explore sites including Jackie Robinson Park, Freedom National Bank, and the Jackie Robinson Clothing Store and re-discover lesser known stories like that of the first Jackie Robinson Day and Robinson’s relationship with high profile Harlem leaders like Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Malcolm X.
THREE WAYS TO EXPLORE:
Self-guided walking tour
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Guided walking tour
Let us take the lead and walk you through Jackie Robinson’s Harlem in an interactive tour. This is a great option for groups and classes. Learn more below.
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Starting point: The tour begins at Jackie Robinson Park, at the intersection of Edgecombe Avenue and 145th Street. The nearest subway stop is the A/B/C/D at 145th Street.
Duration: The tour takes approximately 90 minutes and covers about 2 miles. The route is mostly flat.
Cost: The guided walking tour is available for groups of up to 20 participants. Walking tour tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for college students, seniors, and youth 5-17. A reduced per-person rate is available for school groups participating as part of a field trip. The minimum fee is $250. A 25% deposit is required to confirm your reservation. The remaining balance is due prior to your tour date.
Audience: The tour content is most appropriate for youth in middle and high school, adults, and intergenerational audiences.
How to Book: Complete the request form below and Museum staff will be in touch to confirm your reservation. Scheduling is subject to staff availability and not guaranteed.