Wall Street & 911 Memorial Tour

Wall Street & 911 Memorial Tour

Lower Manhattan, New York, NY

Start on Wall Street. End at the 911 Memorial

The New York Stock Exchange started as a group of businessmen working under a Buttonwood tree.

How did they become the largest, most watched financial exchange in the world?

Who are the most powerful brokers in the world today?

• Learn about financial icons J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller and how they made history.

• See where Wall Street power brokers go to lunch. Maybe you will see Wall Street strategists plot and plan their markets on the back of paper napkins!

• Learn the importance of the Dow Jones Index so you can understand what financial shows are talking about when they give their closing bell reports.

Tour Stops:

• The New York Stock Exchange

• Federal Hall

• Trinity Church

• Ground Zero & the 911 Memorial (click for much more info)

• Stone Street

• Delmonico’s

• US Customs House

• Bowling Green

• The Wall Street Bull – Yes, you can take a picture of yourself with the bull. Yes, can also follow him on Twitter @thewallstbull

Tour Start:

5755 Wall Street - the tour starts across the street inside the Atrium

Tour End:

911 Memorial / Ground Zero

Weather:

Tour takes place rain or shine.

Dress:

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather.

Prices

• Seniors (Ages 62) - $15

• Adults (Ages 18+) - $35

• Teenagers (Ages 10-17 years old) - $15

• Kids (Ages 9 and under) - $0

• NY Pass (New York Pass Holders. Please bring your pass to the tour.) - $0

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Wall Street Walks

(212) 666 0175

https://www.wallstreetwalks.com

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Duration (tours, trips, experiences, classes): 1.5 hours
Generally Available Days/Times (e.g. Weekends 10AM & 4PM): Weekdays at 11AM & 2PM. Winter: January - March only at 11am
Listing created Oct 21, 2020

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