Travel Professionals of Color Association
The Travel Professionals of Color Association supports minority travel professionals by promoting both training and networking. As a minority-owned tour operator, Harlem Jazz Boxx is proud to partner with this organization in an effort to bring awareness to minority travel professionals.
The New York Pass
The New York Pass has free entry to 100+ top New York attractions. Over 3+ million customers trust it, so discover what makes The New York Pass so special. Guests that have purchased a New York Pass are welcome on Harlem Jazz Series, free of charge!
The Official Guide to New York City is your go-to information center when visiting NYC. With all of NYC’s must-see attractions in one spot, this is a resource that you can’t miss.
Go New York
The Go New York pass unlocks entry to 90+ top New York attractions, including Harlem Jazz Boxx! Save big with a pass vs. buying tickets. Easy to use – simply show your pass when you visit. Guests that have purchased an New York Explorer Pass are welcome on Harlem Jazz Series, free of charge!
This particular partner needs no introduction. Well-known for its reviews, recommendations, and capacity to book experiences, TripAdvisor is the easily accessible home to many of Harlem Jazz Boxx’s 5-star reviews.
Another incredible resource for promotion, GetYourGuide aims to transform ordinary trips into extraordinary ones by recommending some of the most unique and well-reviewed tours in whatever area you choose to visit.
Viator makes it simple for travelers to find exactly what they want to do. With direct access to tons of bookable activities and optimized for mobile booking, travelers can easily discover and book incredible experiences.
Musement helps guests get the best from their travel destinations by providing a great choice of local tours and attractions bookable on multiple devices. More than just things to do, their range includes temporary, exclusive, hidden-gem, and even free activities.
Klook offers a simple way to discover activities, attractions, and things to do wherever you travel. Their main goal is to empower travelers around the world to discover, book, and experience the best things to do anywhere, anytime.
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Mount Olivet has a long and illustrious history.Within its cherished walls, many of the great issues which impacted the quality of African American life were decided.The history of the struggle for racial justice and social reform in New York City cannot be written or fully understood without knowledge of this church. It was blessed with men and women who emerged as prominent leaders in every notable endeavor.
NYC Cultural Affairs
The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is dedicated to supporting and strengthening New York City’s vibrant cultural life. Among our primary missions is to ensure adequate public funding for non-profit cultural organizations, both large and small, throughout the five boroughs.
Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church
Originally the Harlem Presbyterian Church, it is a historic 1906 church in Harlem. The exquisite copper dome peeks over the top of a wholly original sanctuary by Thomas H. Poole. Today, the church is reestablishing its place in Harlem’s rich history with various community programs.
Andrews Episcopal Church
The first Episcopal parish in Harlem. They disassembled their Victorian Gothic sanctuary and moved it to its current location. St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church was organized in 1829 and abolished in 1942, effectively opening it to black parishioners, chiefly of Caribbean descent. Today, the church is reestablishing its place in Harlem’s rich history with various community programs.