Discover the hidden secrets of the world-famous Wall Street! In this New York Wall Street tour, your expert guide will bring the history of the financial world to light as you walk through the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, stopping at the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, the iconic statues of Charging Bull and Fearless Girl, and more.
This Wall Street tour will meet at 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004, in front of the National Museum of the American Indian / Alexander Hamilton US Customs House. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour's start time. The tour guide(s) will be holding a sign with the Walks logo and the words “MEET HERE” on it.How long is this tour?
This New York Wall Street tour is approximately 1.5 hours.What if I'm late?
If you are running late, it's best to contact the tour operator at the phone number on your e-ticket so they can reach out to your guide. This is not always possible for all tours - their guides are with other clients and are already into the tour (they ask them not to use their phones during their tour). But in some cases, a few-minute delay can be remedied. Most times, guides leave the meeting point within 5 minutes of the tour start time.What is included in this Wall Street tour?
This is a 90-minute expertly guided walk that covers the history of New York City's Wall Street. Tour includes an English-speaking local guide. This tour is a great introduction to New York for first-time visitors.What landmarks will we be visiting?
You will be seeing Wall Street, the iconic Charging Bull and Fearless Girl statues, New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church and the resting place of Alexander Hamilton, US Customs House, Bowling Green, Fraunces Tavern, Old Lovelace Tavern, Stone Street, Mill Lane, Harry's NYC (India House), Federal Hall (interior), JP Morgan Building, and Zuccotti Park.Is transportation included?
No.Is parking provided?
No. However, several paid parking garages are available near Wall Street.Are there any age/physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour?
Guests should be able to walk at a moderate pace without difficulty.Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
No.Can I bring my camera?
Yes! There are a lot of photo opportunities on this tour.What should I bring?
You may bring bottled water, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, umbrella, a coat or outer layers for the cooler months, and a photo ID.What should I wear?
Guests should wear clothing that is appropriate for the day's weather forecast and comfortable walking shoes, so it's easy to navigate along uneven surfaces.What is the protocol for when it rains?
The tours run rain or shine, and the guides are great at navigating various weather conditions to ensure you're as comfortable as possible. On rare occasions, if the weather is particularly dramatic, some sites may close. If time allows and they have a prior warning, they will contact you as soon as they find out.How many people are on the tour?
This tour will have a maximum of up to 25 individuals.