Your health is our greatest concern. Therefore, we’re adhering to the following guidelines for our tours as set by the CDC, New York State as well as Broadway theaters: 

  • We will now require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for you to take our tours. Please bring relevant documentation, plus a valid ID, for each member of your party. If you do not present proof of vaccination during check-in, you will not be able to take the tour and you will not be refunded. 

 

  • Children 12 and under will need to be either fully vaccinated or present a negative COVID-19 PCR test (not a rapid test) performed by a medical provider within 72 hours of the start of your tour. The test results must clearly show the date and time of the test. A form of ID is required and may be in the form of a government-issued ID, a school ID or a copy of a birth certificate – no photo is required. For children 5 and under where vaccines are not possible, you will need a negative COVID-19 PCR test (not a rapid test) performed by a medical provider within 72 hours of the start of your tour. The test results must clearly show the date and time of the test.

 

  • You will also be required to wear a mask while on the bus since it’s a closed environment. Once off the bus during the tour, such as in the restaurants and the walking portions outdoors, wearing a mask is optional.

 

  • Should you need to cancel at any time, whether you’re sick or your travel plans get canceled due to COVID restrictions, you will be fully refunded.

 

  • Rest assured that all our guides are fully vaccinated and will be wearing a mask on the bus as well.

Rainbow Windows Keep Brooklynites Connected During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Most of our lives have changed dramatically as Coronavirus spreads around the world. Whether you’re quarantining, sheltering-in-place or social distancing, our contact with other people has been limited. If you’re anything like us, that’s been a difficult adjustment. Of course, keeping everyone safe and healthy is of utmost importance, and at the same time the isolation can be difficult.

You might have heard about the Rainbow Connection where people around the world have been placing rainbows in their windows to add a little sunshine to everyone’s lives. Here are some windows from Brooklyn. We hope they brighten up your day and inspire you to add a rainbow to your window too. 

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