Financial $tudies of NYC
A 2-hour Financial District walking tour, covering content from New Amsterdam to 9/11.
A two-hour walk and talk all about the Birth of New York as an epicenter of trade, commerce and tolerance, starting with the Dutch Settlers and ending with the tragedy of 911 and the resilience of NYC.
This walking tour of Lower Manhattan’s Financial District highlights NYC’s role as the economic capital of the USA and eventually the world. From the Lenni-Lenape Native American tribe trading wampum to the Dutch West India Company’s establishment of a tiny shipping concern called New Amsterdam, you could say that NYC’s financial future was a done deal.
Lower Manhattan Walking Tour includes:
- Battery Park
- Views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
- Castle Clinton
- Old Customs House/Museum of American Indian
- Wall Street Bull
- NY Stock Exchange
- Fearless Girl Staue
- Federal Hall National Memorial
- Trinity Church
- Alexander Hamilton’s Gravesite
- World Trade Center site & 911 Memorial
- St Paul’s Chapel
- City Hall
- Brooklyn Bridge