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Wall Street and 911 Memorial Walking Tour

Highlights
  • 1.5-hour Wall Street walking tour
  • Learn the history of American finance
  • See an exciting Manhattan neighborhood
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Wall Street and 911 Memorial Walking Tour
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Tour the NY financial district. Start on Wall Street where most of the subways are and end at the 911 Memorial, perfect to continue onwards to visit the 911 Museum.
USD 35.00
2018 Afternoon 2pm option
2pm Wall Street Tour
USD 35.00
2019 Afternoon 2pm tour
2pm Wall Street Tour option
USD 35.00
Overview
Explore the bustling, vibrant capital of world finance with a 1.5-hour walking tour of Wall Street, and learn its history of soaring fortunes, dramatic crashes and intrigues. Follow your guide through the heart of Manhattan, and enjoy live narration on a personal audio device. Hear about the dynamic characters that shaped the American economy, pause for a selfie with the Wall Street bull and bear, and see the the lofty architecture that defines this compact neighborhood. Finish your tour at the 9/11 Memorial, a moving museum at the Ground Zero site.
What to Expect
  • Discover how an 18th century street bazaar became the greatest financial center in the world.
  • Learn about the darker side of Wall Street, including its scandals, panics, and crashes.
  • Walk in the footsteps of financial moguls such as Alexander Hamilton, J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and Victoria Woodhull.
  • Explore the celebrated landmarks that occupy Wall Street and the surrounding area.
  • Hear firsthand accounts of Wall Street today as only industry insiders can tell them.
  • See the Wall Street Bull and learn about the symbolism of the sculpture.
Tours end at the 911 Memorial / Ground Zero site. This works really well if you are also planning on visiting the 911 Museum. You need to purchase tickets to the 911 Museum on your own. Our tour covers the free 911 Memorial waterfalls and memorial plaza.

Tours use a museum style listening device. You can actually hear the tour guide speak in a normal tone of voice. Guides do not use shouting or bullhorns to communicate with our tour groups.

Tour stops:
The New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, 911 Memorial, Ground Zero, Stone Street, Delmonico's, US Customs House, Bowling Green, The Wall Street Bull
Reviews (29)
1 - 5 of 23 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Very Informative and Interesting

After finding the nearly elusive "atrium" (inconspicuous "public" entrance), it was very comforting to be greeted by a dynamic and friendly tour guide by the name of Maddie. "Wall Street" can conjure all sorts of connotations (greed, corruption, wealth, capitalism, and so on), but there...More

Thank StellaSwevana
Reviewed 12 September 2018
Great walk in the financial district

I must admit I was going on this tour with less enthusiasm than my husband. But once we got started I soon realised Wall street is more than just finance. Our guide, Maddie, was great as she explained the history of the area as well...More

1  Thank 5travellersGatineau
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile
Very informative

Hard to find at first but got pointed across the road to the Atrium. Once there our tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. She allowed us time to ask questions along the way and we thoroughly enjoyed the 90 minutes! Forgotten her name... started...More

Thank pharmaboy18
Reviewed 31 August 2018
Very Interesting

Always wanted to view Wall Street. Unfortunately things have changed and you cannot get into the NY Stock Exchange to watch nor the Nasdaq. Very interesting tour by Randy who gave us some great information on the buildings, how Wall Street started and the history...More

Thank 46JimH46
Reviewed 20 July 2018
So many great nuggets of info!

Our tour guide was Nina and she was GREAT. She stopped at every corner giving us great little insights into the architecture, history of the area, and other information we wouldn't get from taking ourselves on a walk through the city. It was a great...More

Thank Meghan M
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lynn h
15 April 2018|
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Response from mirko g | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the delay! Yes you can book single tour anytime or you can buy the New York Pass, including over than 100 attractions. I did it and i'm very satisfied. Bye
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