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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
From $35.00
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

Wall Street Tips (111)

Big Boy!

The "charging bull" of Wall Street is quite a sight.It sits in the middle of Broadway, just down from Wall Street.This huge bronzed bull first appeared in 1989 and is now a favourite for tourists...
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Sep 23, 2004

Home to the NYSE and more!

One thing I wanted to do on this second trip to New York City was to walk around the Wall Street area, preferably on a week day to see one of the world’s biggest financial districts in action. We left...
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Apr 26, 2010

South and Wall St Architecture

Architects from other parts of the country likely salivate when they see NYC. So many interesting and different building designs from different periods of city history.When the light is right in the...
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Oct 05, 2006

Bring On The Bulls...

Wall Street was the first permanent home of the New York Stock Exchange. Located in lower Manhattan it runs east from Broadway to South Street through the center of the financial district. The...
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Aug 01, 2011

Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange

Wall Street, home to the New York Stock Exchange, is where America made its first audacious architectural assertions, as there are many great buildings here by grand old banks and businesses. Wall...
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Apr 08, 2004

Too much scaffolding!

Charles really wanted to go to Wall Street and of course being such a famous area I didnt refuse! Everything in that area is very close to eachother so its all in walking distance, no need to get on...
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Feb 05, 2006

Gordon Gekko would be proud of this one...

Arturo DeModica was responsible for this ststue that almost seems to be moving, it is now located at Broadway and Front Street very near to Wall Street.I quite like the fact (as far as I can discover)...
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Jul 11, 2004

Federal Hall National Memorial

At present (2005) closed for reconstruction, Federal Hall is one of New York's finest Greek revival buildings. Built in 1842 on the same site as the former British City Hall (wherein Congress once met...
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Apr 09, 2005

walking in the heart of kapitalism is for free :)

Ok, Wall Street (pic 1) is famous around the world as the heart of the financial district in NY but that doesn’t mean it’s something good to see especially when its full of tourists. The story behind...
Jul 27, 2008

Charging Bull

We were walking down Wall Street from Trinity Church and turned up Broadway (I think that's how it happened) and came upon this 7000 pound bull from the rear. They say that it was delivered in front...
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Feb 06, 2005

Big Bull

If you go to Battery Park or The Statue of Liberty, it is well worth walking back via Wall Street which is only a couple of minutes away. Although I didn’t have much time here, it was worth stopping...
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Jun 19, 2006

Where Fortunes are made and lost!

Wall Street; this was just a short walk away in the area known as the Financial District. Everybody in the world must surely have heard of this most famous street, where so much of the global economy...
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Aug 14, 2003
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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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