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Lower Manhattan Tour: Wall Street and 911 Memorial
"Meet your guide in the Financial District to learn about the early history of NYC the early Dutch settlement and the transformation into today’s financial capital. It was like the Wild West a trading outpost on the outskirts of the law where guns and ammunition were traded in exchange for beaver pelts from the Native Americans. You will see financial and historical landmarks such as Wall Street the New York Stock Exchange House of Morgan the Charging Bull as well as go inside Federal Hall and Trinity Church.At the New York Stock Exchange building
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Private Brooklyn Bridge Guided Walking Tour
"New York City began in lower Manhattan as the Dutch colony town of Nieuw Amsterdam in 1626. It grew from the Battery Park area a quarter-mile north to what is now Wall Street. Taken over by the British in 1664 New York then grew beyond ‘the wall’ northward eventually taking over the entire 17km (13 mile) island.Once the hub of New York’s maritime trading empire the tour begins and ends in historic South Street Seaport. You will touch an artifact that was created at the start of the American Revolution. Plus enjoy great views of the Statue of Liberty
From $199.00
 
Private Tour of the Financial District and 9/11 Memorial
"At the National 9/11 Memorial your tour guide will give you a history of the World Trade Center the events of 9/11 and explain The Memorial design. They will share poignant 9/11 stories of two heroes and take you to their spots on the wall.Your tour will include but not be limited to the following:Battery Park Spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Staten Island and New York Harbor East Coast Memorial Castle Clinton Merchant Marine Memorial The Sphere City Pier A Lower BroadwayAlexander Hamilton Custom House The Chargin your guide also has a hotspot installed on their mobile device so your tour comes with free Wi-Fi too!This is a walking tour conducted all outdoors. Tour will occur tour rain or shine. If transit is needed we take the NYC Subway system. Publ which is free and open to the public. This tour does not include the 9/11 Museum
From $250.00

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The New York Stock Exchange

The New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street as a whole when you finally visit is surprisingly small area given its outsized perceived influence on the US and the world. In fact its a few blocks of...
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Dec 11, 2016

Federal Hall National Memorial

It is the most impressive building in Wall Street, with columns recreating Greek architecture.Its staircase functions almost as a balcony over the place, with tourists disputing the angles to take...
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solopes
Apr 13, 2016

Federal Hall National Memorial

Outside is a bronze statute of George Washington which dates back to 1882 and is located on the approximate site of where he was inaugurated at the original building in 1789. Aside of a stone marker...
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apbeaches
Dec 07, 2015

Wall Street

Wall Street is America's and in some ways, the worlds financial center. The first time visitor will be amazed at how small this area really is considering its outsized importance to the world economy....
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Jim_Eliason
Oct 25, 2015

Wall Street

Wall Street is a 0.7-mile-long/1.1 km street running eight blocks (northwest to southeast), from Broadway to South Street in the Financial District of New York City. Nowadays, it is used not as a...
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MichaelFalk1969
Oct 22, 2015

Wall Street

In the marvelous town, where each building is more beautiful, than the previous one, Wall street, is mainly the feeling of being in the world's financial center. But in my last visit, the dominating...
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solopes
Apr 23, 2015

Wall Street

Money. That's what Wall Street has become. It might have started out as a simple street following a defensive wall to keep out the British and unfriendly natives, but today it is just about money....
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antistar
Jun 02, 2013

The back side of capitalism

(work in progress)The iconic bull structure at the northern tip of Bowling Green just by Wall Street is one on the most enduring symbols of capitalism ... and, as such, attracts huge crowds of...
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CatherineReichardt
Oct 28, 2012

Center of the Financial WORLD !!!!!

I have been to NYC dozen's of time ..... but I had never been to Wall St and as I was walking up Broadway in lower Manhattan looking for the subway I stumbled upon it ..... now security is tight like...
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jlanza29
Jul 13, 2012

Wall St's unofficial mascot

The Charging Bull or oftentimes referred to as Wall St Bull or Bowling Green Bull is unofficially, Wall St's mascot (some argue that the bull should be replaced by greedy bankers dressed as Joker)....
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Tijavi
Mar 09, 2012

Bastion of the 1%

Ah, Wall Street, bastion of the 1%. Yes, THE one percent. For a time, I also dreamed of working here, but I'm now at peace with that part of my youthful ambition. Still, Wall Street is worth a visit...
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Tijavi
Mar 09, 2012

Wall Street NYC Financial District

The heart of New York's financial district - Wall Street. We were here on a Sunday, so it was quiet, but during the week, the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall (where Washington was sworn in as...
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Feb 28, 2012
 
 
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New York Stock Exchange

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange at 68 Wall Street is what made Wall Street the economic powerhouse that it is. The frantic hands trading at a million dollars a second, the exalted faces of...
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Castle Clinton National Monument

Castle Clinton is a round, sandstone fortress in Battery Park, and is the ticket purchase and departure point for ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Islands. Originally built to be a fort for...
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Federal Hall National Memorial

George Washington stands guard outside the Federal Hall. He was inaugurated here in 1789 as the first President of the United States, when it served as the first capitol building. It later hosted the...
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Trinity Church

Trinity Church was meant to be a personal highlight of my visit to New York. I've always wanted to see it: This little old Anglican church, looking like something plucked from a quiet English village,...
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National Museum of the American Indian

This branch of the Smithsonian is set in the old Customs House by battery park in lower Manhattan. Entry is free and they have a small but very nice display of native artifacts from across the...
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Bowling Green

Hello Suzanne, NYC is a great place to visit during the holiday season. As a New Yorker I found it very expensive visiting attraction so I decided to work on a site, on what I think the must see...
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