Discover New York's art and architectural past with a walk that will immerse you in the stories that made it the incredible cultural hub it is today.

Enjoy walking tours that explore famous landmarks as well as venturing off the beaten path in order to discover the controversies behind New York’s public art and architecture.

Why It’s special


Discover New York in a new light


Sights & Stories


Entertaining & Insightful

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The Walks


Explore the birthplace of cast-iron buildings, lofts, and New York’s legendary art scene by investigating public art and architecture that has influenced SoHo’s transition from industrial wasteland to energetic culture hub.

Every Other Saturday

From 2 to 4 PM

2 miles

20 different sights

Artists include: Walter De Maria, Gordon Matta-Clark, Pablo Picasso, Ken Rock, Francoise Schein, Frosty Myers

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What People Say

“This tour was so great!!! Cannot be missed if you want to discover New York in a different way than with your guide book! Sascha is perfect in its role, very communicative and he shares with you his love for architecture in a great way. You learn lot of things, discover hidden places and arts that you would not even had noticed. Thanks!” Lucas Latallerie

“This was fun! I now know much more about the incredible creative history in my backyard. Sascha is informed and opinionated. Highly recommended.” Sam Brand

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Who We Are

The Art Walk is a collection of stories that immerses you in the recent history of New York City’s rich artistic and architectural history, focusing on people and places of the 60's and 70's. Conceived by Sascha Mombartz, a graduate of Cooper Union, the Art Walk grew out of his interest to uncover New York’s diverse and often hidden rich array of public art and architecture. We hope to inspire art enthusiasts, locals, and tourists alike to discover the true extent of NYC’s artistic vibrancy.