Saturday Museum Tours

712A & B Biblical Tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Have you ever wanted to go back in time to see what life was like in Biblical times? Here is your chance! These one-day tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art will emphasize the Biblical material in this museum. The journey will be divided into two tours to highlight the Old and New Testaments...more

713 Biblical Tour of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the Brooklyn Museum

This is a one-day field trip to two of the many interesting places in Brooklyn—the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the Brooklyn Museum. ...more

714 The Cloisters: Christian Art and Architecture in Church History

The Cloisters is a unique museum situated in Fort Tryon Park in upper Manhattan. It houses a collection of Medieval Christian art and buildings from Western Europe dating from the 12th to 15th centuries a.d. This tour will examine a number of objects in the museum and try to understand how the...more

715 A History of Slavery in New York City: A Walking Tour of Lower Manhattan

New York City had the second-highest concentration of slaves in the United States during the 19th century. This walking tour will visit the location of Fort Amsterdam, Fraunces Tavern, the Wall Street Slave Market, the Downing’s Oyster House, Trinity Church Wall Street, John Street Methodist...more

716 - A Walking Tour of the Life of Alexander Hamilton in NYC

One of the lesser know Founding Fathers has seen a revival in his status due to a popular show on Broadway. The course (see June Saturday schedule) connected to this tour will examine the life of Alexander Hamilton, his spiritual journey (warts and all), political views, and New York City...more