Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Harlem Wednesday-Morning Gospel Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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This was a great day which was made easy as everything was so well organised. The singing was absolutely excellent - they were all so very talented. I enjoyed it so much that I bought the CD. It was something different from the usual tourist attractions and it was great to see people who had struggled with addictions pick their lives up through the music and singing. Thank you for a unique day!Reviewed by: Deb M, October 2013
Fantastic, the church visit was awesome. Waste of time going to the brunch, plenty of food but as we changed bus to have this component of the tour we had a change in guide, she left us all standing out on the street for quite some time and some of the tour people very nearly got on the wrong bus, I had to run into the restaurant and ask her if this was the correct busReviewed by: Liz, October 2013
Quite a good tour. The tour guide was very knowledgeable about Harlem. Do not need the tour if you just want to see the choir. You can just go to the church. Be prepared for the push for the sale of the choir's cd.Reviewed by: Sue F, November 2013
The Gospel is good a bit expensive my tour guide was wonderful
thankyouReviewed by: Daniel L, October 2013
The highlight was definitely the Gospel choir. They were excellent. The remander of the tour was good but if doing it again I wouldn't go for the lunch. A lot of time was wasted waiting around afterwards for the bus to return. I would also suggest that rather than driving around again after the gospel choir that visitors should be brought directly to the Schomburg Center. We were given 10 minutes to visit it. There is so much worth seeing in this museum visitors shoud be afforded at least 30-45 minutes to appreciate what is on displayReviewed by: Larry K, November 2013