This Lower Manhattan tour explores the history and architecture of Downtown New York. Historically this neighborhood is known as Wall Street or the Financial District. Today it is the oldest and coolest New York neighborhood.
The walking tour meeting point is conveniently located at Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. Which is across the street from the Statue of Liberty ferry; the double decker bus stops (hop on hop off bus), including Big Bus, Grayline and Open Loop; and close to the 4, 5, R and 1 subway stops.
On our 90 minutes tour you will see the main sites in Lower Manhattan. We start from the “bottom” and working your way up to the 911 Memorial/World Trade Center. We go point-to-point and show you the good stuff! See tour stops below.
Bowling Green, US Customs House, The Charging Bull, Stone Street, Fraunces Tavern, Wall Street, Trump Building, The New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, Ground Zero & the 911 Memorial (last stop)
Weekends at 10AM
Approximately 90 minutes
Bowling Green, next to the Downtown Alliance Information Kiosk
911 Memorial Plaza / World Trade Center
Tour takes place rain or shine.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothing
• Seniors (Ages 62) - $20
• 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
What is great about this tour:
You walk the same old 1600 streets as the Dutch walked on during the 1600s.
The tour starts at Bowling Green where people disembark the Statue of Liberty ferry or get off the double-decker tour buses.
Your explore the Financial District and end at the 9/11 Memorial.
Who would enjoy this tour:
You visit the New York Financial District, but if you’re not interested in Wall Street, this tour is perfect for you.
Anyone visiting New York for the first time and wants to see the Wall Street bull, Wall Street or the 9/11 Memorial.
Anyone who loves architecture and wants to see some of the most magnificent buildings in New York, which are located in the Financial District.
Short of time
In 90 minutes you see the main sites in lower Manhattan, and you move forward no backtracking.
You see wonderful restaurants, where, later, you can have lunch or dinner.
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