What you'll do
Lower Manhattan has some of the richest history in all of New York City. It is also also home to many of Manhattans famous sites that you would read about or see in the movies. Take a walk with me as we discover all of this and more. Learn which lower Manhattan Street used to be a canal [hint: it's not canal street], walk the path George Washington took after his presidential inauguration, discover just how many buildings have held the title "tallest building in NYC" and drop your jaw when you hear the price tags attached to some of Manhattan latest construction projects.
I am a history buff and an architecture nerd who really appreciates how NYC's past influences the way it looks today. Through my career as an Electrical Engineer I help to design the electrical systems that light up the buildings in Manhattan's skyline. My passion for architecture lives on in both my career and my day to day life as I explore my way through New York City.
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Where you'll be
We will visit Brookfield Place, the World Trade Center, Wall Street, Trinity Church, the Charging Bull, the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Hall National Monument, and More.
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Sun, 20th Oct From 09:30 to 11:00.
£21 per person
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Up to 10 guests aged 2 and up can attend.
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Lower Manhattan Sites & History