New York City

Wall Street Walking Tour

Wall Street is the symbol and foundation of the US financial system – the largest and most observed stock market in the world. During the 1600’s, Wall Street was the northern border of the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam with a wall to protect the local citizens. This wall was constructed where Wall Street is today and ran from the East River to the Hudson River – all the way across the island!

During this 90-minute tour you will explore Wall Street, the oldest neighborhood in New York City, you’ll see the wooden markers where the wall used to be, walk by Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Standard & Poors and the Federal Reserve. Along with collecting historical facts, you’ll learn the importance of the Dow Jones Index and be ready to make your next big investment!

Enroute is the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall, once the capitol building of the United States of America. You will learn about the lives and businesses of JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller - financial tycoons who impacted the history of Wall Street.

Be sure to rub the Wall Street Bull for good luck during your visit on the tour! The bull is the symbol of a strong stock market rising - making the big bucks!

Tour stops include:
The New York Stock Exchange
Federal Hall
Trinity Church
Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial
Stone Street
Delmonico’s
US Customs House
Bowling Green
The Wall Street Bull

Tour Length: 1.5 Hours
Departure Location: Across the street from 57 Wall Street
Departure Time: Monday-Friday: 11am & 2:00pm 

Wall Street is the symbol and foundation of the US financial system – the largest and most observed stock market in the world. During the 1600’s, Wall Street was the northern border of the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam with a wall to protect the local citizens. This wall was constructed where Wall Street is today and ran from the East River to the Hudson River – all the way across the island!

During this 90-minute tour you will explore Wall Street, the oldest neighborhood in New York City, you’ll see the wooden markers where the wall used to be, walk by Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Standard & Poors and the Federal Reserve. Along with collecting historical facts, you’ll learn the importance of the Dow Jones Index and be ready to make your next big investment!

Enroute is the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall, once the capitol building of the United States of America. You will learn about the lives and businesses of JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller - financial tycoons who impacted the history of Wall Street.

Be sure to rub the Wall Street Bull for good luck during your visit on the tour! The bull is the symbol of a strong stock market rising - making the big bucks!

Tour stops include:
The New York Stock Exchange
Federal Hall
Trinity Church
Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial
Stone Street
Delmonico’s
US Customs House
Bowling Green
The Wall Street Bull

Tour Length: 1.5 Hours
Departure Location: Across the street from 57 Wall Street
Departure Time: Monday-Friday: 11am & 2:00pm 

ADULT:

$35.00

CHILD:

$15.00

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adult:

$35.00

child:

$15.00

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