Historic Downtown & 9/11 Memorial

Downtown Manhattan is home to some of the most historic buildings in America.

"Must See" Tour

Iconic Landmarks & Top Tourist Attractions

This is the tour every history lover needs to take!

Explore over 400 years of New York history, as you walk in the footsteps of American Founding Fathers, Wall Street financial tycoons, and the victims and heroes of the September 11th tragedy. At the conclusion of the tour, enjoy an optional self-guided trip to the Statue of Liberty (with pedestal access) and Ellis Island.

Small Group Tours

With Statue Tickets

  • Adults: $48
  • Children 5-12: $38
  • Children under 5: Free
Small Group Tours

Without Statue Tickets

  • Adults: $35
  • Children 6-12 $26
  • Children Under 5: Free
Private Tours

With Statue Tickets

  • Adults: $112
  • Children 6-12 $92
  • Children Under 5: Free
  •  2 guest minimum.
Private Tours

Without Statue Tickets

  • Adults: $70
  • Children 6-12 $52
  • Children Under 5: Free
  •  2 guest minimum.
Details & Features
  • Group Tours
  • Daily at: 9:00am
  • Duration: 2.5 hours*


  • Private Tours
  • Start times available from: 8:30am-11am
  • Duration: 2.5 hours*

*Tours with statue tickets will last longer.


  • 4/5 to Bowling Green
  • 1 to South Ferry
  • R/W to Whitehall (W does not run on weekends)
  • Subway map

Meeting Place

Photo of Castle Clinton New York City.

Historic Downtown & 9/11 Memorial Highlights

Historic Downtown & 9/11 Memorial Highlights

Some of the attractions and locations that we will visit on this tour.

9/11 Memorial

911 memorialLocated at Ground Zero, this moving memorial pays tribute to the victims of September 11, 2001

Wall Street

Wall street sign and flagLong associated with finance, Wall Street was originally a fortification meant to protect New Amsterdam

New York Stock Exchange

New York Stock Exchange Building

The world’s largest stock exchange and home to American finance

Charging Bull of Wall Street

Charging Bull Statue downtownOne of the most iconic images in New York, the charging bull was a gift to the city in 1989

Trinity Church

Street sign for Wall and Broadway - Trinity ChurchOne of the oldest religious organizations in Manhattan, the graveyard is home to many famous Americans including Alexander Hamilton

Fearless Girl Statue

Fearless Girl StatueOne of the newest landmarks Downtown, this girl has quickly become a popular landmark

Alexander Hamilton Customs House

Completed in 1907, it is considered a masterpiece of the Beaux-Arts style

Bowling Green

Bowling Green Roses & FountainThe site of some of Revolutionary Era New York’s most important events & the oldest public park in New York.

Fraunces Tavern

Fraunces TavernOne fo New York’s most historic restaurants and one of the oldest buildings in the city

Stone Street

Stone Street touristsSite of New York’s first commercial brewery and currently home to some of Lower Manhattan’s best restaurants


DelmonicosCredited for being the first American restaurant to serve a la carte, Delmonico’s created some of the worlds most popular dishes.

Manhattan Trust Bank - 30 Wall Street

30 Wall Street bankOne of lower Manhattan’s tallest building, it became involved with a race to become the tallest building in the world.

Federal Hall

Federal Hall - NYC - As seen on foot.The site of America’s first capitol building, Federal Hall has had many uses over the years.

…..and more!

Downtown nycOther numerous stops included!

“We had so much fun

on our tour with Sean! He was well informed and very friendly! There were so many things to see and this was the perfect way to see them. This tour was recommended by a friend and it didn’t disappoint!”

– MN



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