The Financial District of Manhattan is best known as a hub for major financial institutions, but that is not all there is to it. Discover the colonial, revolutionary, and financial history of America through a virtual walking tour of the Financial District. Start your exploration at Castle Clinton in Battery Park, a fort built for the War of 1812, and continue to the US Customs House. Take a walk to the oldest park in the city where a statue of King George III once stood before it was melted down during the American Revolution. Finally, stroll along Wall Street, passing by the New York Stock Exchange before the tour ends in front of the George Washington statue at Federal Hall.
Join local guide Stan on this 1-hour tour that will be streamed live from the streets of the Financial District. The number of participants will be limited to 10 people including you, so you'll have plenty of chance to ask him anything you want to know about this historic district!
Stop by the Charging Bull sculpture, an icon of Wall Street
Virtually navigating the streets of Manhattan will be fun with your friendly local guide
Say goodbye to your new friends as you reach Federal Hall