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New York, Lower Manhattan and American History

New York Lower Manhattan and American History

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Ticket Info:
$25 - $27

Hours/Departures:
11am & 1pm

Duration:
90 Minutes

When to Go:
Summer

Tour Highlights:
Fraunces Tavern

Age Restriction:
None

New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Quick Facts

  • This tour is brought to us by the company Wall Street Walks.
  • The New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.
  • This New York walking tour is good for all fitness levels. It only covers a little less than two miles.

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Take a Ride Back in Time on the New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour

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Manhattan

Financial District

Prices Ranging from
$25 - $27


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Features: The New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour provides an insiders look at the history of the Wall Street and the surrounding areas.

Why We Go: The history of New York City is fascinating! While beginning as just a small Dutch trading post, New York City has become the largest city in the United States with Lower Manhattan serving as the leading area for economic innovation in the world. Wall Street insiders guide this NYC American history tour and teach tourists about interesting little known facts.

  • Trinity Church: Built back in 1697, Trinity Church is a famous landmark right in the middle of New York's Financial District. The New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour tells the story about how this church became so significant to this city.
  • Fraunces Tavern: Serving as one of the highlights of the NYC Financial District tour, you will be given a chance to grab a bite to eat at Fraunces Tavern, a restaurant in New York where George Washington used to eat!
  • Battery Park: Resting up against the water in Lower Manhattan, Battery Park is the departure site for boats going to the Statue of Liberty and another highlight on this New York City tour.

Inside Knowledge: The New York Stock Exchange was created in 1792 with the first listed company being Bank of New York.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Envision the Past: This New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour takes you through the sames streets that our founding fathers like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson walked, and helps you envision what they saw at that time.
  • Do Ask Questions: These are Wall Street insiders guiding the NYC American history tour so be sure to ask anything that you might be curious about. They'll be happy to answer any of your questions.
  • Don't Wait Until the Last Minute: The New York, Lower Manhattan and American History Tour requires tickets being booked in advance and sometimes the tours fill up, so don't wait until you get to New York to schedule your tour.
  • Don't Forget a Camera: Be sure to bring you camera! Making for excellent photo ops, this NYC American history tour takes you to some of the most famous landmarks in New York City.