Walking tour to highlight Murray Hill history

July 28, 2018 by  

Murray Hill is a community with a rich history, and this will be the focus of a special event coming round next week.

The group that participates in the walking tour of the neighborhood will be led through a guided tour of the area’s past, present, and future. It will be facilitated by a guide who has a wealth of knowledge of the community and its history, as well as its many landmarks.

As the participants stroll through Murray Hill, they will learn about some of its well-known residents of the past, including Andy Warhol and Franklin Roosevelt. Attention will also be focused on some of the unique architecture that can be found in the area and how it has changed over time while still remaining a largely residential neighborhood.

This educational opportunity is open to both Murray Hill Neighborhood Association members and non-members alike. There is no cost for those with a new (since August 2017) membership, while the fee for the general public is $20.00. The price includes an informational pamphlet, and a brochure printing company can be called upon to supply items like these.

This opportunity to become better acquainted with Murray Hill’s past will be offered on July 29. Anyone who would like to register or find out more has been asked to visit the organizer’s website.

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