I’m a French-American from Normandy, New Yorker by heart since 2014. I was a tour guide in France and I came to NYC to study the Tenement Museum, the city’s Architecture and History, and the People who made this city. In my tours, you’ll learn about those three and more, from my love of this place as an outsider first, then as a Brooklynite now. I like to think that I will make it fun too!
I have a range of tours for different experiences. The Classics for the first timers like Midtown, Central Park, Harlem, Statue of Liberty, MoMa, Met, … The architectural ones: for adventurer tourists but also for locals who want to learn more about their own city (some of those tours have been led as French classes too! Hit me up for more info). And even virtual ones (Paris, Giverny, Le Havre, …)!
I love a nerdy challenge, so if you’d like a tour based on a movie, a book, or an artist, contact me and let’s see how we can turn this into a fun one.
Tours & Services Offered
Industrial Heritage and Gentrification: Long Island City (Queens) and Greenpoint (Brooklyn)
Central Park: the Forgotten and Hidden Parts
Central Park for Kids
French Architecture & Influences around 5th ave
French Architectural Heritage around 42nd street
Bushwick & Street Art
Greenwich, SoHo, and the forgotten Little France
The High Line and Little Island
East Village, Lower East Side and the Tenement Museum
Tour as a French Class (levels A1/A2, B1, or B2+)
Bilingual tours (English/French)
Bus tour / City Tour
Wheelchair Accessible Tours