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UNION SQUARE

 

A place of history, political expression, art, and theater as well as, four days a week, a farmer’s market where restaurant chefs go to procure fresh produce. ¬†See the sites of Andy Warhol’s “factory”, Tammany Hall, Luchow’s restaurant, the Players Club, Teddy Roosevelt’s house, Max’s Kansas City, O. Henry’s house, and Pete’s Tavern.

Where: Meet on the northeast corner of Park Avenue South and East 17th Street. Union Square 14th St. 4, 5, 6, N and R subway stops.

Two and a half hour tour.

NONE SCHEDULED FOR 2017.  AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.