M C Heritage Tours specializes in customized tours and chartered bus service throughout Westchester, New York City and the Hudson Valley. Founded in 2003 by Mario Caruso, Yonkers city planner and historian, the company's tours showcase the great historic and cultural sites throughout the region. MC Heritage Tours offers services ranging from guided theme tours to helping you plan an unforgettable one-day getaway for you and your group.
M C Heritage Tours lets you Choose, Combine, and Customize a tour to suit your budget and interests.
Come explore with us the humanity, history, and heritage of the New York-Westchester-Hudson Valley region, its dedication to the arts, its natural scenic beauty, its historical significance, and the incomparable achievements in architecture, horticulture, zoology, cuisine, and commerce.Whatever your destination, M C Heritage Tours connects people to special places.
Come to the center of NY’s historic core that transformed into a world financial capital. Highlights include City Hall, NY Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Washington Statue, Battery Park, Trinity Church, September 11th Memorial and much more.
See familiar sites from a new perspective and fall in love with New York all over again as you become a home-town adventurer. From Ellis Island to Chinatown, learn more about the ethnic heritage of our metropolis.
Visit Lyndhurst Castle, the country’s premiere Gothic Revival mansion and former home of railroad magnate, Jay Gould.
Step inside the world of the Rockefellers as you explore Kykuit, the family’s expansive mansion and gardens for four generations with its breathtaking views of the Hudson. Then visit Blue Hill at Stone Barns restaurant for an innovative farm-to-table dining experience.
| Be a guest at the incomparable Hudson River Valley homes of Jay Gould, FDR, and the Vanderbilts.
Explore the West Point Museum and tour the historic military base. Then dine at Historic Hotel Thayer while overlooking the Hudson River. Call for group rates.
Tour the cellars of America’s oldest vineyard, Brotherhood in Washingtonville, NY, and a first hand look at historic and modern winemaking methods.