Itineraries & Walking Tours
Lower Manhattan is a bridge to our nation’s history and a gateway to New York City’s future. Amazing things are happening in Lower Manhattan. There's so much to see and do, one or two days is hardly enough time. If a trip to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty is in your plans, two days is what you'll need to get a start on all Lower Manhattan has to offer.
Starting at City Hall Park, this tour takes you through Lower Manhattan's most important architectural landmarks and must-see sights. Read More
There’s so much to do in Lower Manhattan, two days here will only begin to scratch the surface. Read More
Manhattan’s waterfront has shaped the history of the city and the United States. The harbor in Lower Manhattan is also home to some of the city’s most renowned and recognizable attractions. A visit to New York would simply be incomplete without time on the water. Read More
Alexander Hamilton played a key role in establishing the institutions and policies that have come to define America. A tour of Hamilton’s life and times in New York City begins at the corner of Church and Murray streets. Read More
From City Hall to The Battery, this tour affords a unique window onto Lower Manhattan and offers visitors an overview of some of the most significant historical sites in all of New York City. Read More
The walkable square mile south of Chambers Street is, in fact, a grand, open-air museum, with dozens of permanent and temporary installations of large-scale sculpture and public art. Read More