Wall Street Tour
• The New York Stock Exchange
• Federal Hall
• Trinity Church
• Ground Zero & the 911 Memorial (click for much more info)
• Stone Street
• US Customs House
• Bowling Green
• The Wall Street Bull – Yes, you can take a picture of yourself with the bull. Yes, can also follow him on Twitter @thewallstbull
Weekdays at 11AM plus Tuesdays & Fridays at 3PM
Approximately 90 minutes
5755 Wall Street
911 Memorial / Ground Zero
Tour takes place rain or shine.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothing
• Seniors (Ages 62) - $15
• Adults (Ages 18+) - $35
• Teenagers (Ages 10-17 years old) - $15
• Kids (Ages 9 and under) - $0
• NY Pass (New York Pass Holders. Please bring your pass to the tour.) - $0
About Our Wall Street Tour:
The New York Stock Exchange started as a group of businessmen working under a Buttonwood tree.
How did they become the largest, most watched financial exchange in the world?
Who are the most powerful brokers in the world today?
• Learn about financial icons J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller and how they made history.
• See where Wall Street power brokers go to lunch. Maybe you will see Wall Street strategists plot and plan their markets on the back of paper napkins!
• Learn the importance of the Dow Jones Index so you can understand what financial shows are talking about when they give their closing bell reports.
What is great about this tour:
- It begins on Wall Street, covers the Financial District and ends at the 9/11 Memorial.
- This is perfect for people planning to visit the 911 Museum or One World Observatory.
Who would enjoy this tour:
- Anyone interested in Wall Street.
- Anyone who manages their own money.
- Anyone who watches money shows on TV or follows financial news.
- School students who are considering a career on Wall Street.
- Families visiting New York who want to see the exciting New York Stock Exchange.
What you will learn on this tour:
- How Wall Street and the Financial District operate.
- An overview of American history leading up to the creation of the stock market in the 1790s.
- How financial icons like J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller made history.
- Where Wall Street power brokers go to lunch.
- The importance of the Dow Jones.
- An overview of the events of 9/11 and what the remarkable new buildings are there today.