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Ice Cream Summer Sundays Frozen Treats Tour

  • Perfect for a hot New York day, delving into a delicious ice cream Sunday!
  • Marvel at the wonderful variety of flavours of ice creams, artisanal gelato, frozen yogurt and more

In response to religious criticism for eating “sinfully” rich ice cream sodas on Sundays, ice cream merchants left out the carbonated water and invented the ice cream "Sunday" in the late 1890's. This is just one fact of many that you’ll learn on our Ice Cream Sundays Frozen Treats Tour. Beat the heat with a cool treat this summer as we introduce you to the most delicious cold treats from uniquely flavored ice creams, artisanal gelato, frozen yogurt and more!

This tour starts in the Union Square area you will meet your licensed tour guide and the rest of your tour group, which will range from 3-16 guests for a conversational experience. We will cover about 2 miles at a leisurely pace as we explore frozen delights down to Little Italy, Soho, and Chinatown.

Duration

2 hours

Height Restriction

No minimum height

No maximum height

Wheelchair Friendly

No

Maximum Weight

No maximum weight

Weather Dependent

Outdoor - Yes

Customer Guarantee

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Spectators

This experience is not suitable for spectators

Animals Allowed

Guide Dogs Only

Toilet facilities

Yes

Minimum Age

No minimum age

Important Information

Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes
Under 16's must be accompanied by a paying guardian/parent

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Per Booking 4 years +

Child 3 years and under

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About the provider

Sugar tooth Tours, Union Square, New York

Union Square,
New York,
United States

Sugartooth Tours specializes in walking dessert food tours in New York City that combine culinary and cultural history with the best desserts in the city. On a Sugartooth tour, guides showcase the city’s best hidden bakeries and off the beaten path gems where the locals go.
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