New York: 1.5-Hour Tour of Wall Street and Ground Zero
- Find out how the New York Stock Exchange became the largest and most influential stock market in the world
- Learn about notable Wall Street characters like JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and Victoria Woodhull
- See important financial institutions and symbols such as the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs, and the Charging Bull
- Visit historic sites such as Federal Hall, Trinity Church and Bowling Green
Using VOX listening devices so that you never miss a word your guide says, discover how an 18th-century street bazaar became the greatest financial center in the world. They will tell tales of the darker side of Wall Street, including its scandals, panics, and crashes, as you visit sites such as the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, Wall Street Bull, Trump Building, and the Federal Reserve.
Follow in the footsteps of money men and moguls such as Alexander Hamilton, JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and Victoria Woodhull. Hear firsthand accounts of Wall Street today from a true industry insider.
Then, switch gears and continue to the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.
The 9/11 Memorial consists of waterfalls and an open plaza that's free to the public. The 9/11 Museum, which opened in May, requires a paid ticket for entry.
- Tour guide (your guide will use an amplification system which will allow you to clearly hear the whole tour).
Prepare for the activity
The tour meets inside the Atrium. The Atrium is across the street from 57 Wall Street. There is a Starbucks on the right.Just look for the tour guide with the Wall Street Walks signOpen in Google Maps ⟶
• To get to the meeting point, take subway 2, 3, 4 or 5 to the Wall Street stop, OR the J and M line to Broad Street, OR the R and W line to Rector Street, OR the A and C line to the Broadway-Nassau or Fulton Street stop. Alternatively, take bus nos. M1, M6, M9, M22 or M103