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Wall Street Information
Wall Street Info
When to Go:
Open all year
Wall Street Quick Facts
- Wall Street NYC is home to the New York Stock Exchange.
- One of the largest business districts in New York City.
- Refers to the neighborhood, but is also a street in Manhattan.
110 Wall Street
New York, US
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Wall Street is the home to the New York Stock Exchange
This tour is FREE!
Features: Wall Street New York is located in the famous Financial District neighborhood in Manhattan. While it refers to the neighborhood that includes the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street New York is also a street name in the lower Manhattan area. It is home to the NYSE as well as many other stock exchanges such as NASDAQ and APEX.
Why We Go: Wall Street New York features a melting pot of tourists and financiers, and is a mecca for the elite in the financial world.
- Architecture: There is some great architecture to be found on Wall Street NYC. From the Federal Hall to the Trinity Church, you will find all sorts of beautifully crafted neo-gothic designs in the neighborhood.
- Sights: Wall Street New York is home to many of unique financial buildings that have plenty of history in the United States. You can get a glimpse of the market in action, and learn about what it is like to be fighting the financial battle on Wall Street.
- Fast-Paced: If you want to see just how difficult it is to survive in the Wall Street market, then check out the New York Stock Exchange. It's a very fast paced environment is a one-of-a-kind experience.
Inside Knowledge: Federal Hall in Wall Street New York was the location of the presidential inauguration of George Washington in 1789.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Check Out the Stock Exchange: The NY Stock exchange is an interesting spot to check out if you are touring New York City. Stop in while the market is open to get a first-hand feel for how it works.
- Do Come During Weekday Business Hours: Make sure you come before or after rush hour during the weekday business hours if you plan to visit. It will give you the most realistic look at how Wall Street functions day to day.
- Don't Bet Expect to Win on a Whim: The stock market is always a risk, so be cautious of what you're getting into if you decide to place money in the market. It can be exciting while you're experiencing it live, but it doesn't always mean you'll prosper.
- Don't Visit in the Evening: This popular tourist and business spot is in a high-traffic (on foot and by car) area, so after the New York Stock Exchange closes each evening, be aware of how crowded the streets will get.