“The Harlem Renaissance and the Roaring Twenties”
Take the “A” train to Harlem. Stop to discover the sites and stories that have made Harlem one of the most vibrant and historically significant African American neighborhoods in the United States.
Your tour will take you from the beautiful homes of Hamilton Heights to the row houses of Strivers Row, from the night clubs and speakeasies of the 1920’s to the famous Apollo Music Hall, Sugar Hill and The Schomberg Center. Walk the streets where Langston Hughes, Madame C.J. Walker, Florence Mills, County Cullen, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and dozens of other luminaries once lived.
Click here to find the musicians in this famous photo.