[In-Person Tour] From the oldest continuous site of worship in New York City, to the highest concentration of Victorian mansions in the United States, Victorian Flatbush stands out as one of the most striking, and historically rich areas in the city. Join historian, writer, and tour guide Lucie Levine as we make our way from the epicenter of Dutch settlement on Long Island, to the leafy splendor of Prospect Park South and Ditmas Park, we’ll take in a dash of rainbow shingles, a drop of Dutch Reform, and find out how this remarkable neighborhood has a direct connection to The American Revolution, the Women’s Movement, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, and the Golden Age of Hollywood!
In-person tours are limited to 25 attendees and are held outdoors. Walking tours bring individuals into close proximity with each other, we therefore recommend that all tour goers wear masks during the tours, regardless of vaccination status. Your tour guide and your fellow tour participants will thank you for your cooperation. Should the tours happen to venture indoors, many places require masks and/or proof of vaccination, so please be prepared to have both with you.
MAS Walking Tours last approximately 2 hours. Meeting location is provided with registration.
Registration is now closed.
Sunday, May 15 11:00 AM
In-person tour (meeting location delivered in registration confirmation email)