Harlem Gospel and Brunch Tour

This tour first leads us through Mount Morris Park Historical District area. Here you will find a multitude of churches rich with history and also where our founding fathers made their homes. Some of the most well known musicians and entertainers started their journeys here. Much of the music that began here is now immortalized in American Pop Culture for future generations to enjoy.

Heading through uptown on a Sunday morning you will hear and enjoy the sights and sounds of Harlem at its best. Toe-clapping, foot-stomping, and the soulful rhythms of Black gospel music fill the air; participate in sermons and homilies given by Harlem's most prominent. Celebrate with the world famous congregational choirs of the Convent Avenue Baptist Church, United House of Prayer, Abyssinian Baptist Church and the Roman Catholic Church of the Resurrection, whose renowned singers will have you jumping in your seat.

Now that you have the feel of the spiritual energy flowing through you what about topping off your day with some of the area's best kept secrets? Fine dining at reasonable prices. Let Harlem's finest culinary masters delight and tempt you with their authentic ethnic delights - just for you!

The gospel and brunch tour is a day well spent both outdoors and indoors and will be an experience you will not soon forget!  

Included:
  • Sightseeing through Mount Morris Park Historical District 
  • Gospel Service
  • Brunch 
Schedule Details:
  • Date: Every Sunday          
  • Time: 9 AM
  • Duration: 4 hours             
  • Price: Adult $85 USD, Children $60 USD

Additional Info: 

  • Children ages 7 – 11
  • Children under 7 years old are free
  • Proper dress is required to attend the church service: no shorts or tank tops will be accepted.

Please Note:  Tours do not operate on the following dates:

  • Thanksgiving Day Holiday (November 23 & 24)
  • Christmas Holiday (December 24 & 25)
  • New Years Holiday (December 31 & January 1)
Location:

Tours departs from 2360 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.) Between 126th & 127th Street. A, B, C, or D, to 125th Street, exit near intersection of W 125th St and St Nicholas Ave., walk east one block on 125th street to 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.), turn left and walk to 126th & 127th Streets.  You will see the sign for Welcome to Harlem. 2 or 3 trains to 125th Street, exit on the left side of the station and walk west two blocks to 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd.), turn right and walk to 126th & 127th Streets.  You will see the sign for Welcome to Harlem.

This tour must be booked at least 48 hours in advance