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The Basics

Wall Street features many examples of grand architecture, including the New York Stock Exchange and the 18th-century Federal Hall, commemorating the site where the first US Congress convened and Washington was sworn in as president. More contemporary works include Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center Oculus and One World Trade Center, the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere.

With New York’s Financial District also inextricably connected to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, many walking tours of the area include visits to the National September 11 Memorial. Tours (private and group) typically also take visitors to such landmarks as the Charging Bull sculpture and New York Stock Exchange and some also include access to the One World Observatory. Fans of the hit musical Hamilton can also take a specialized walking tour to places associated with the Founding Father.

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Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
$59.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Manhaton was a wonderful experience
Jen Andres was our tour guide And she was very informative. She taught me more in 2 hours than I learned in school. Lol 😂 After she brought us around it was very nice that we were free to go on the ferry at whatever time we wanted to do. It made a very nice day. I would recommend Jen Andres at Experience first for any tour of New York City. Thanks so much
Todd_B, Oct 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

star-5
Neat tour with fun facts!
Amy_B, Oct 2021
Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
Tony was a great tour guide! Shared great stories along the way - never knew about the wall on Wall Street!
star-5
Historical Knowledge
Louis_K, Oct 2021
Wall Street Insider Tour with a Finance Professional
Easy to understand. Jerrod was entertaining and very knowledgeable about Wall Street history. Learned a lot.
star-5
Great tour in the financial district, good combination with Liberty island
Renate_P, Aug 2021
Wall Street Tour with Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ticket
I can absolutely recommend this tour if you are interested in finance/trading/Wall Street/financial district. The guide told a lot, shared interesting information and details, and explained everything very well. He took the time to answer questions and was able to answer all the questions. I had a great time. After the Wall Street tour, the visit to Liberty and Ellis island is a nice, relaxing trip that you can do in your own time. It’s a great combination.
star-4
We all enjoyed this tour.
Tomika_D, Oct 2021
Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
The 911 Memorial was incredible. The statue of liberty was amazing to see. Wall Street was ok, lots of facts.
star-5
The tour guide was...
Maryam_M, Sep 2021
Wall Street Insider Tour with a Finance Professional
The tour guide was amazing. He really knew a lot about wall street and he was very funny. He made the entire hour interesting. I was entertained the whole time.
star-5
Great Guide
Christian_B, Apr 2021
Wall Street Sightseeing Tour
Our tour Guide was super knowledgeable. You will definitely learn something new about Wall Street...
star-5
Great tour of Wall Street.
Ed_S, Aug 2021
Wall Street Insider Tour with a Finance Professional
Very informative. Jared- our guide was a wealth of information and was very friendly. He was also very concerned about our safety- he successfully fended off an aggravated homeless person who became verbally aggressive- with words only. I highly recommend this tour.
star-5
We had a delightful day....
Nicole_C, Oct 2021
Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
We had a delightful day. Definitely need comfortable shoes though. Tons of history and new all in one.
star-5
Great interactive tour
CHERYL_B, Oct 2021
Wall Street Tour with Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Ticket
Richard was an awesome guide. I learned so much it was a good mixture of education and touring of historical sites. I am still thinking about all I learned from richard
star-5
A good history lesson
Ann_A, Sep 2021
Wall Street Insider Tour with a Finance Professional
Our tour guide was James snd he was very knowledgeable and used humor to make our trip enjoyable. The history of Wall Street dating back to Alexander Hamilton was news to us. We were disappointed that we could not visit the exchange floor but we understand the security situation. I would recommend this tour again.
star-5
Wall Street Insider
Kaycea_C, Aug 2021
Wall Street Insider Tour with a Finance Professional
Wall Street Insider was a great tour and our guide was knowledgeable and gave great information. Loved all the pictures , historical information, andfun facts.
star-5
A great experience
Chris_M, Sep 2021
Statue of Liberty Ticket, 9/11 Memorial and Wall Street Tour
Our guide, Mike, was knowledgeable and amazing. He knew everyfhing about the buildings and the history of the city.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Wall Street is a must-see for history and architecture enthusiasts.

  • The 9/11 Memorial is free to visit, but there is an entrance fee to the museum.

  • Remember to behave in a way befitting the somber nature of the 9/11 Memorial.

  • The New York Stock Exchange is no longer open to visitors, but the Federal Reserve offers free tours.

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How to Get There

Wall Street, Rector Street, Fulton Street, and Broad Street subway stations are all clustered around Wall Street, making the area easily accessible from anywhere on New York’s subway system.

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When to Get There

On weekends, when banks are closed and streets are near empty, it can feel like you have the whole place to yourself, allowing you the space to take in the architecture. Note, however, that Wall Street restaurants primarily serving the people who work there are usually also closed on weekends. If you want to see Wall Street in action, visit on a weekday morning.

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One World Observatory

Located on the 100th to 102nd floors of the 1,776-foot -high (541 meter) One World Trade Center, the One World Observatory offers the most expansive views in the city, as well as informational, interactive exhibits. Booking priority admission gives you access to the VIP line and the VIP elevator, which takes you straight to the top without waiting in line.

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