Take a walking tour of lower Manhattan, the Financial District, Battery Park, the National 9/11 Memorial and other famous NYC sites.

Your private tour of NYC starts at Battery Park with beautiful views of The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island as well as many historic memorials. Tour the Canyon of Heroes where NYC throws ticker tape parades, and take pictures at the ever popular Charging Bull. You'll tour Trinity Church - where Hamilton and other famous Americans are buried - Wall Street, the NYSE and Federal Hall, where Washington was inaugurated.

At the National 9/11 Memorial your tour guide will give you a history of the World Trade Center, the events of 9/11 and explain The Memorial design. They will share poignant 9/11 stories of two heroes and take you to their spots on the wall.

Your tour will include, but not be limited to the following:

  • Battery Park
  • Spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island and New York Harbor
  • East Coast Memorial
  • Castle Clinton
  • Merchant Marine Memorial
  • The Sphere
  • City Pier A

Lower Broadway
  • Alexander Hamilton Custom House
  • The Charging Bull
  • Steamship Alley
  • The Canyon of Heroes

The Financial District
- Fraunces Tavern
- The New York Stock Exchange
- Federal Hall
- 1920 Wall Street Bombing Site
- Trinity Church

The National 9/11 Memorial
  • Zuccotti Park
  • "10 House"
  • FDNY Memorial
  • 9/11 Memorial
  • Freedom Tower

Your tour includes the'services of a devoted private tour guide who not only loves NYC but loves sharing this great city's treasures with visitors. None of the marvelous and awe-inspiring sites you'll see on this tour charge admission. For your convenience, your guide also has a hotspot installed on their mobile device so your tour comes with free Wi-Fi too!

This is a walking tour conducted all outdoors. Tour will occur tour rain or shine. If transit is needed we take the NYC Subway system.'Public transportation and any items or purchases of a personal nature are your responsibility. Please note we will visit the 9/11 Memorial, which is free and open to the public. This tour does not include the 9/11 Museum, which is private and requires separate admission.

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