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Harlem One Stop connects people with arts, civic groups, cultural institutions, businesses, and cultural opportunities in Harlem.

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Don't Miss Out On A Harlem Walking Tour

There’s more to Harlem than meets the eye, which is why Harlem One Stop offers walking tours to give you an inside look at the rich history and culture of the neighborhood. With multiple tours to choose from, you’ll learn what makes Harlem the diverse neighborhood it is today by visiting restaurants, jazz clubs, historic homes and more. Depending on the tour you choose, you’ll visit the different sections of Harlem such as Hamilton Heights, Sugar Hill and Central Harlem. Harlem One Stop even offers specialty tours for those who have a particular interest in the religious sites of Harlem. Plus, select tours are free for New York Pass holders.

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Plan Your Trip To Harlem

The Hamilton Heights West Harlem Community Preservation Association (CPO) started Harlem One Stop with the goal of providing tourists and New York City residents alike with a unique experience of Harlem. Their website provides an extensive list of events happening every day in Harlem from performances and lectures to festivals and film screenings. You can also find information about the best places to visit while in Harlem including restaurants, galleries, historic sites and more. Harlem One Stop organizes event listings into categories so you can easily find what you’re looking for. Start planning your trip to Harlem or if you’re running a community event in Harlem, submit it to their calendar here.

Food Tasting Tour

Who knows Harlem better than a resident of the neighborhood? For a more in-depth look at Harlem, join historian and author Michael Henry Adams for a food tasting tour. On this custom tour, you’ll get to try some of the best food Harlem has to offer, see private historic homes and maybe even enjoy a jazz performance. Adams has authored numerous books about Harlem’s history and currently serves as the executive director of Save Harlem Now! so he has access to exclusive sites you may not otherwise be able to visit.

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