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Ninth Avenue Festival - New York City

Ninth Avenue Festival - New York City

Travel to New York City for one of the best street fairs in the city. Enjoy 20 blocks of ethnic food and great entertainment.


Travel to New York City for one of the best street fairs in the city. Enjoy 20 blocks of ethnic food and great entertainment.

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2021 Date:

May 16


Price per person:

$56.00 Adult

$51.00 Child (ages 12 & under)


Tour includes:

-Deluxe motorcoach transportation via Hagey Coach

-Spend the day at one of New York's best Street Fairs…20 blocks of ethnic food and great entertainment in the heart of Manhattan


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The Ninth Avenue International Food Festival in May has become a favorite weekend for New Yorkers since it began in 1973. From 42nd Street to 57th Street, Ninth Avenue closes to cars and the festival takes over. More than a million people visit the festival each year. It's unique and amazing, celebrating the joys of ethnicity through food, entertainment and every kind of street fair stall.

Most street fairs in New York all look the same but this one stands out. The food is the big draw, but the festival is a fabulous expression of the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood - teeming with ethnic food shops and fine restaurants and offering an eclectic global smorgasbord of national and regional foods.

Around the middle area of the festival, stages are set up for live music and dancing. There are also plenty of regular street fair vendors selling inexpensive clothes, sunglasses, accessories and socks. If you like jewelry, there are always rings, bracelets, earrings, and pendants available. You'll also find the Hell's Kitchen Flea Market vendors selling their various wares down on 39th Street.

Bring a big appetite, wear comfortable shoes and loose-fitting clothes. If you need to offset your gluttony-guilt, remember: the Ninth Avenue Food Festival is held to raise money for the community groups in Hell's Kitchen.


There is a lot of walking on this tour. Wear suitable shoes.

8:30 a.m.

Franconia Township/Souderton, Hagey Tours terminal, 210 Schoolhouse Road, Souderton
GPS: 210 Schoolhouse Road, Souderton

8:55 a.m.

Montgomeryville, Montgomery Mall, Back of the Mall, near SEARS Auto Center, Light Pole 34, Routes 309 & 202, North Wales
GPS:660 Montgomery Mall, North Wales

11:30 a.m.

Arrive New York City.
About 20 blocks along Ninth Avenue, from 42nd to 57th Streets, will be closed to traffic for the annual Ninth Avenue Festival. This street festival offers crafts, entertainment, and food from countries all over the world. You are on your own the entire day to do as you please.

~ The festival is held rain or shine.~

This day may also be spent shopping or visiting the museums in the City.

Please have dinner prior to departing from New York City. We will not be making a dinner stop or rest stop.

5:30 p.m.

Depart for home.

8:00-8:30 p.m.

Approximate return home.

Cancellation Policy for One Day Getaways:

Full Refund is given for notice received 31 or more days prior to the tour.

Within 8-30 Days of departure, Full Refund less 10% fee plus any Prepaid Amounts.

Within 7 Days of departure, No Refund. No Transfers.


Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details Times
FRANCONIA TOWNSHIP Franconia Township: Hagey Tours Terminal
210 Schoolhouse Road, Souderton, PA
Pole #34, Routes 309 & 202, North Wales, PA
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