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Financial District -Thursday 9am

Address : New York, NY, USA Duration : 3 hours (approx.)

Overview

Come spend a day exploring the Financial District! The birthplace of what is now NYC, come learn about when it was first New Amsterdam! From beautiful monuments, to a saintly visit, walk some of the original cobblestone streets as we mix the old with the new.

Best known for Wall Street and the Stock Exchange, money is no object here. Feel the hustle and bustle, but learn where you can spend time relaxing downtown, and of course, enjoy some sweet treats!

Take beautiful pictures of the Brooklyn Bridge, marvel at the Staten Island Ferry, and see some of the oldest graves in NYC, all within a few miles of each other.

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This tour is a perfect blend of old and new, something that is part of NYC’s DNA. From Wall Street to cobblestone streets, this covers everything you’ll want to see in the Financial District.

What You Can Expect

This is one of our longer walking tours and encompasses about 3.5 miles of walking over three hours. Please wear comfortable shoes, and don’t worry, rest stops have been built in. You’ll also get two sweet stops on this tour, as well as a snack/drink stop (a mini alcoholic drink is also included for those over 21.)

Information

Address
New York, NY, USA
Departure point

Whitehall Street – South Ferry, NY, New York, USA

Departure Time
10:00
Duration
3 hours (approx.)
Max People
10 people
Booking before
1 day
Contact Information

Tour guide: Holly Mehedin

Mobile: +1 (929) 352-0179

Website: https://nycstreetseatsandtreats.com

Email: info@nycstreetseatsandtreats.com

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1 Reviews

Kristina Kremer

January 19, 2019

From the Financial District to South Street Seaport, I had a wonderful time on this tour. I learned a lot about the history of the area, had some delicious snacks, and some great photo opportunities. It was nice to see a part of NYC that wasn't Times Square. Holly was personable and knowledgeable. I would recommend this tour to anyone looking to explore a small area of NYC in depth.