AHA 2015


The Local Arrangements Committee will organize a series of tours highlighting the historical resources of New York.  A complete list of tours including times and ticket prices will be posted when registration opens in the fall.

Preliminary List of Tours

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection: LC-D4-17293

Bus Tour of Harlem, the Bronx, and Arthur Avenue

Big Onion: The Upper West Side

Twentieth-Century Queens

FDR Four Freedoms Park Tour

Big Onion: Historic Lower Manhattan/Wall Street

History on the Hoof in the Gentrifying City: Maverick Women of Greenwich Village

 Museum of the City of New York Tour: Gilded New York 

Museum of the City of New York Tour: Activist New York 

Museum of the City of New York Tour: Mac Conner: A New York Life

Museum of the City of New York Tour: The Theater Collection

American Society of Church History Tour of Harlem Religious Sites

United Nations Archive Tour

Big Onion: The Upper East Side

Museum of the City of New York Tour 

Melting Pot, Six Feet Under: Trinity Church Cemetery as Muse for American Studies: Washington Heights

The Restaurants of Madison Square Park, 1859-2014

Revolutionary Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan

Museum of Jewish Heritage

The "New" New-York Historical Society

National 9/11 Memorial Museum

Big Onion: Historic Brooklyn Heights, with the Brooklyn Historical Society

Big Onion: A Multi-Ethnic Eating Tour of the Lower East Side

Museum of the City of New York Evening Reception and Exhibition Tour

Big Onion: Greenwich Village

Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Tour of the George Gustav Heye Center of the National Museum of the American Indian

Green-Wood Cemetery TourBig Onion: Historic Harlem

Municipal Archives

Preregistration for tours is highly recommended.

Register online or call 508-743-0510 to add tickets to an existing registration.   Tour tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged. Tour participants must be registered for the AHA meeting. All tour groups will meet at the meeting hotel. Tours may travel by bus, subway, or on foot. Fares and admission fees are included in the price of the tour. Accessible buses or alternate transportation for people with disabilities will be available on request. Contact aha@historians.org for additional information.