Extra, extra, find out about New York City's power, wealth, and history in a short afternoon. On this walking tour, learn the history behind America's financial epicenter through stories about Morgan, Carnegie, and Rockefeller along with standing on the sights at the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Reserve. Traveling through the financial district, you'll discover the origins of Wall Street as a Dutch shipping center and its transformation into global wealth and finance. Still more, you'll visit the somber scenery at Ground Zero, which includes a viewing of the World Trade Center Memorial and the construction of Freedom Tower. Of course, no trip to Wall Street is complete without a stop at Delmonico's restaurant, where power brokers go to lunch and famous patrons grab a much needed steak. Explore NYC wealth and history through the city's cobble-street neighborhood.
Note: Exact meeting location provided upon purchase of ticket.
What to expect
- Walk through Wall Street and NYC's Financial District as you uncover its origins
- Visit historical NYC sights like Ground Zero, NYSE, 9/11 Memorial, Trinity Church, and the Federal Reserve
- Understand the importance of the Dow Jones Index and other essential financial terminology
About this Activity
|Price||$35.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.