Lower Manhattan: Secrets of Downtown Walking Tour
See where George Washington survived an assassination attempt.
Discover the history of Wall Street and its impact on America.
See the site of the first car bomb explosion in the world.
Hear about the secrets lurking in the Wall Street canyons.
Explore the evolving financial district (hint: not a lot of finance).
Review three centuries of the hottest architecture in New York, from Dutch gables to super tall skyscrapers.
Witness the spirit of renewal at the World Trade Center and 9/11 Memorial.
• Bowing Green
• US Customs House
• Wall Street Bull
• Stone Street
• Fraunces Tavern
• Wall Street
• Trump Building
• The New York Stock Exchange
• Federal Hall
• Trinity Church
• Ground Zero & the 911 Memorial (last stop)
- Local guide
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
steve was awesome. lots of facts, wry humor, the hour and a half went by so fast. as a bunch of new yorkers just tryna learn more about their own city, we were so please with a true new york legend — steve
Very interesting. I think I expected more related to architecture, but it was a good, varied tour.
Quality is Guide driven!! I took this tour in November with my Father and our guide was an older man and it was so good! he covered so much history and while we walled between main points, he told us of many of the building we passed and interesting facts about the city and history. In taking this tour in 7 months latter with my goddaughter, the woman who was our guide didn't tell much history between points and didn't give as much info at any 1 stop. She at one point walked us down stone street to point over to the garden which is a memorial to the UK victims of 9/11 in the shape of the isles where as before we walked the garden briefly as part of the tour. I'm sure if I didn't have the first tour that the second would have had a better review however, I took the tour a second time because I had such a good experience and my goddaughter loves American history. I feel like we received about half of the information on the second tour as we did with the first.