Federal Hall (Walk) Originally New York's City Hall in 1700 and then onced even served as America's first Capitol Bulding, the Federal Hall National Museum is apart of Wall Street walk and is a stones throw from the New York Stock Exchange.
United Nations Home of the internationally recognized 193 state member organization, the United Nations, aims at facilitating cooperation in international law, economic development, human rights and world peace.
911 Memorial Your Tour Guide will have special passes to the 911 memorial and Memorial Pools so you will not need to make your own reservations to get into the Memorial area. The security is tight, so plan on spending some time going through metal detectors and possibly even pat-downs. This is a 45-minute stop.
Radio City (Developed by John D Rockefeller, was originally planned to be named "International Music Hall". But today the name comes from Radio Corporation of America (RCA). Today, it's widely known for it's Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
NYC City Hall The oldest City Hall in the US, that houses the Mayor of NYC and City Counsel. In 1802 the city held a $350 competition to design the City Hall we see today and was awarded to Joseph Mangin and John McComb Jr.
Empire State Building This picture stop will be a delight of the 102-story landmark skyscraper and an American cultural icon. Designed in distinctive art deco style, the ESB was designated an national historical landmark in 1986.
Grand Central Terminal Famously known for its elaborately decorated celestial ceiling, the Grand Central Terminal is still one of the busiest commuter terminal in the world. Between 1903 and 1913, the building was torn down and rebuilt in phases. The clock stands 48 feet tall.
Saint Paul's Chapel Today is an Episcopal Chapel that was famous during 911 as a rest and refuge for the recovery workers of the WTC site. Your Tour Guide will share other unique stories and history of St. Paul's Chapel.
Trinity Church (Walk) Actual name is First Trinity Church will be one of the highlights of the tour as you will have an opportunity to walk inside as part of your Wall Street walk. There is a cemetary in the back of the church in which Alexander Hamilton, William Bradford and Robert Fulton.
Wall Street Bull ...Or named "Bowling Green Bull" was not designed by the city or even intended to be where it is today by city officials. This charging bull demonstrates an aggresive force of our American Econony.
Wall Street (Walk) (Most referring to the Financial District of New York City, this part of the tour is what we call the Wall Street Walk, that includes Trinity Church, Federal Hall and the home of the New York Stock Exchange.
Staten Island Ferry It makes the most sense to make this an optional ferry ride. For those that wish to take the Staten Island ferry, you will be given a Subway card to return back to Times Square at your leisure. For those that are not interested, can take the Sprinter back.
** Even more sites include: Saint Patricks Cathedral, Madison Avenue, Waldorf Astoria, Met Life Building, Chrysler Building, Diamond District, NY Public Library, Marble Collegiate Church, Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, Greenwich Village, NYU, Cast Iron District, SOHO, Ticker Tape Parade Route, Old Customs House (currently Museum of American Indian), Battery Park, Castle Clinton (Statue of Liberty Combo Tour), Elizabeth Ann Seton Memorial, Chelsea Piers, USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier and Hells Kitchen.