Tour: From Cowboys to Culture: A History of the High Line, ASL Tour

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - 11:30am to 12:30pm

Tour: From Cowboys to Culture: A History of the High Line, ASL Tour

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Dive into the High Line’s rich history, from the mid-1800s to today with historian Guthrie Nutter. The tour will be provided in American Sign Language with voice interpretation. This High Line Program is open to visitors of all ages. Tickets are $15, or $10 for members of Friends of the High Line.

LOCATION The meeting location will be provided in the confirmation email following your ticket purchase. PURCHASE TICKETS.

Enjoy a snack or meal while you’re visiting the High Line. There are tacos, hot dogs, gelato, and more from our food vendors, which are open daily on the High Line at West 16th Street. Learn more.

ABOUT GUTHRIE NUTTER A curious mind and spirit by nature, Guthrie is always trying to find new ways to grow and experience the most out of life. In the 14 years of living in New York City, Guthrie has gone to school for fashion business, shifted into acting (Broadway’s Big River), given museum tours (Metropolitan, Guggenheim, Intrepid, and Rubin Museums), as well as taught American Sign Language. This year, Guthrie will continue his trek on the Pacific Crest Trail and more mountain climbing – in quest for the pages that are in his next chapter of life.