Harlem Saturday Gospel and Brunch Tour

Live Gospel Concert

Local, enthusiastic tour guides

Discover Harlem’s rich history

Don’t miss Harlem’s only Saturday Gospel and Brunch Tour!

Discover Harlem’s rich and diverse community, and experience the hand-clapping, foot-stomping, soulful rhythms of Black gospel music filling the air. No more waiting to Sunday to enjoy live gospel music.

Highlights

Live one-hour gospel concert

Go off the beaten track and see some of Harlem’s hidden treasures

Enjoy a delicious brunch

See the landmarks like Hotel Theresa, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Apollo Theater and more

Find out where Martin Luther King was almost assassinated in Harlem

Stroll across 125th Street, the heartbeat of Harlem

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Trip Details

The specifics

Price (USD)

Adults $95
Children (7-11) $60
Children (0-7) free


Start time

11 AM


Meeting point

Mt. Olivet Baptist church 201 Lenox Avenue


Availability

April-December


Duration

4 hours


Group size

Maximum 30


Included

Live gospel concert, a delicious brunch, and sightseeing


Not included

Transportation


What to bring

Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring an open mind and heart, camera, and a smile on your face


Good to know

Tours must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

What you'll do

Stop racing uptown to Harlem Sunday mornings to experience gospel music in one of our local churches. Our Harlem Saturday Gospel and Brunch Tour starts at 11:00 am at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church with a one-hour hand-clapping, foot-stomping, soulful rhythms of a Black gospel music concert. After the gospel concert, we make our way to one of the local restaurants on Lenox Avenue for a delicious brunch.

To top off the tour we will tour the Mount Morris Park Historic District area. Here, you will find a multitude of churches rich with history amongst where our prominent individuals made their homes. Some of the most well-known musicians and entertainers started their journeys here, and much of the music that began here is now immortalized in American pop culture for future generations to enjoy. Make our way across 125th Street, the heartbeat of Harlem, and finish at the world-famous Apollo Theater.

Our Harlem Saturday Gospel and Brunch Tour is truly a day well spent, both outdoors and indoors. This will be an experience you will treasure for a lifetime.

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