Wall Street Walks - Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour

Free Entry with The Sightseeing Pass - SAVE $35

Normal Entry Price: Adult $35

Normal Entry Price: Child $15

Wall Street Walks - Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour

This is an insider’s tour of New York’s Financial District – or Wall Street as it’s popularly known. In an anecdote-rich 90 minutes, your guide will let you in on fascinating secrets from Wall Street’s history as well as what’s happening right now in this newly-hip residential area. Walking your way up from Bowling Green at bottom of Manhattan, you’ll follow the footsteps of Dutch settlers of the 1600s, past Dutch gabled buildings. You’ll see where George Washington survived an attempt on his life. And from more recent times the spot where the world’s first car bomb exploded. In 2001, this was also the district where the events of 9/11 unfolded as the world watched in horror. The tour ends at Ground Zero where, as well as looking respectfully back, you’ll sense the spirit of hope and renewal symbolized by the memorial and soaring new skyscrapers.

Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour with The Sightseeing Pass

  • See where George Washington survived an assassination attempt.
  • Witness the spirit of renewal at the World Trade Center and 9/11 Memorial.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

What You Get

Sightseeing Pass grants you free admission to the Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour

Hours & Admission

Hours

Daily: 10:00am & 1:00pm

How To Redeem

Advance reservations are required to guarantee tour spots. Reserve your tour at wallstreetwalks.com

Getting There

Wall Street Walks - Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour

The walking tour meeting point is conveniently located at Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. That is across the street from the Statue of Liberty Ferry.

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    Closest Subway

    • Bowling Green Subway Station

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    Closest Bus Stop

    • Greenwich St/Battery Pl

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    City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off tour stops:

    • Downtown Tour - Stop 10. (Battery Park / Ellis Island / Statue of Liberty Ferry)