Join Thousands Of New Yorkers On The Streets In Honor Of Urban Activist Jane Jacobs

This post is brought to you by the Municipal Art Society.

On May 1-3, thousands of New Yorkers will walk the city's streets in honor of urban activist—and Robert Moses’ nemesis—Jane Jacobs. Jane's Walk NYC, hosted by the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS), is an annual weekend-long celebration featuring 200+ free “walking conversations” throughout the five boroughs, led by urban enthusiasts and local experts who care deeply about their neighborhoods.

“Jane’s Walk NYC has exploded in size from just 23 tours in 2011, to more than 200 coming up this May 1-3,” said Margaret Newman, Executive Director MAS. “This year’s incredible line-up of free ‘walking conversations’ takes New Yorkers on a tour through some of the biggest battles facing the five boroughs and the secret histories that helped make this the greatest city on earth. Where will you walk this year?”

The full list of tours is available online at the MAS Jane’s Walk NYC portal. Hope to see you there!

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