Lower Manhattan Walking Tour: Wall Street and 9/11
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- Visit American landmarks like Federal Hall, where George Washington became president.
- Walk the Financial District to see the New York Stock Exchange, the Charging Bull, and a famous tree.
- Hear dramatic stories from American history, such as the Hamilton-Burr duel or the “race for the sky.”
- Reflect on the heroism and tragedy of September 11th at the 9/11 Memorial.
- Tour the Canyon of Heroes at Battery Park, birthplace of the “ticker-tape parade.”
- Enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty as seen from across the bay.
What you'll do
Our tour begins in the Financial District, New York City’s real heart, some say. Once a small Dutch settlement, it’s now home to billion-dollar deals and global financial powerhouses. As you walk Wall Street with your guide, you’ll see and learn about the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank, and ... read more
Our tour begins in the Financial District, New York City’s real heart, some say. Once a small Dutch settlement, it’s now home to billion-dollar deals and global financial powerhouses. As you walk Wall Street with your guide, you’ll see and learn about the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank, and much more.
At the 9/11 Memorial, pause to reflect and admire this tribute to the lives lost, including two large fountains symbolically set in the footprints of the Twin Towers. Hear heroic tales of first responders. Marvel at the architecture of Freedom Tower and the Oculus, built from the ashes of Ground Zero.
Next, we’ll head to Battery Park, where you’ll discover a kernel of NYC history few know: the ticker-tape parades honored at the Canyon of Heroes. This is also a wonderful viewpoint for the Statue of Liberty, seen from across the bay. As you enjoy the views, your guide will entertain you with stories about New York’s most famous landmark, the perfect end to our tour of Lower Manhattan.
New York Stock Exchange
The largest stock exchange in the world
Where George Washington was inaugurated
House of Morgan
NYC headquarters for a banking empire and architectural marvel inspired by Italian piazzas
Where Alexander Hamilton, a main architect of our financial system, lies buried
A place to reflect, featuring the largest man-made waterfalls in the country
Canyon of Heroes
Birthplace of the “ticker-tape parade” at scenic Battery Park
A symbol of American commerce, often called the Wall Street Bull
Alexander Hamilton Custom House
A Beaux-Arts landmark built in the early 20th century to collect duties
Featuring the Castle Clinton National Monument and stunning views of the Statue of Liberty
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Plan your trip
This tour is accessible for strollers and wheelchairs.
We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours before the start time.
We meet outside the front entrance of 20 Broad Street. Do not go inside as we are not affiliated with the building.
We cover about 2 miles in Lower Manhattan at a leisurely pace. If mobility is an issue, please arrange for a private tour.
This tour covers the 9/11 Memorial but does not go inside the 9/11 Museum. If you’re interested in seeing the museum as part of your visit to Ground Zero, we recommend our 9/11 Memorial and Museum Insider Tour.
We understand plans change. We offer a 100% refund up to 24 hours prior to your tour start time. We also offer rescheduling to another date the tour is running at no extra cost if you’re unable to make this tour. Please keep in mind there are no refunds available if you have already rescheduled your tour.
Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.
Our tours run rain or shine, so please check the local forecast to plan. In rare cases when we have to cancel for extreme weather, we’ll offer you the chance to reschedule or give a full refund.
Tips are always appreciated but never expected. They’re a great way to tell your guide they did an awesome job and show your appreciation.
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