The tour on this area includes the part of the city built after the Dutch purchased the island all the way to Ground Zero, a vital place of pilgrimage for any tourist. We will get a complete account of the September 11 attacks.
We’ll get to know the historic heart of Manhattan’s Financial District: Wall Street, home to the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street’s architecture is rooted in the Gilded Age, although there are also some Art Deco influences in the neighborhood.
Also you will be visiting the 9/11 Memorial and you'll be able to take photos of the two fountains that occupy the former space of the Twin Towers and are today part of the memorial.
The most important buildings in the area are the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall, built at the beginning of the 19th century in the Greek Revival style. This option includes tickets to One World Observatory, from which you can see the buildings of Lower Manhattan.
Outside the Starbucks located at 1 Battery Place, New York, NY, 10004, on the corner of State and Pearl Streets, across from Battery Park at 09:30am
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