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let's get down, downtown!

Rich History

Developed in partnership with the Museum of American Finance to bring the origination stories of NYC and American's financial system to life.

Authentic Touches

Learn about the vintage beginnings of the city and walk away with an original stock certificate, map of Manhattan & more.

Wildly Fun

Explore the cultural roots of NYC through Chinatown and Little Italy, and roll through swanky neighborhoods like SoHo and Tribeca in style!

WHAT YOU’LL SEE

THE MUST DOs AND GOTTA SEEs.

STOP No. 1

St Paul’s Chapel

St. Paul’s Chapel is the oldest inhabited building in New York City and welcomes over one million visitors every year. It was George Washington’s favorite parish too - after he was sworn in as the first President of the United States, he immediately came here to pray for his presidency and his country.

STOP No. 2

One World Trade

The tallest building in the western hemisphere, standing at 1,776 feet tall to commemorate the year the Declaration of Independence was signed. Its unique design gives it 8 total “sides” to commemorate the 8 sides of the original twin towers.

STOP No. 3

Trinity Church

Trinity Church was the first church built in Manhattan. It is also the burial site of Alexander Hamiliton. When he was alive, he acted as the church’s lawyer. Today, his Broadway show has caused visitation to Trinity to rise 475%. Turns out, he still continues to help the church make a profit!

STOP NO. 4

Charging Bull

The Charging Bull is an iconic statue in the Financial District. There are two kinds of markets in investing: a “Bull” market, in which the market is on the rise, and a “Bear” market, which is on the decline. Do you know why they call bull markets bull and bear markets bear? Take a tour and find out!

STOP NO. 5

Battery Park

Battery Park is the southernmost point in Manhattan and was also home to the Lenape tribe, the earliest inhabitants of the island. Battery Park was also the site of the exchange between a Dutch settler and the Lenape Tribe, when he bought this entire island for $24 - a deal unheard of in New York City!

STOP NO. 6

WALL STREET

Wall Street has become the home of the Stock Exchange, the Bank of New York, and a branch of the Federal Bank, turning it into the financial capital of the country.

STOP NO. 7

The Seaport

The Seaport is known as the birthplace of New York, and is one of the few places in Manhattan that harbors a true sense of a time before subways and skyscrapers. The seed of the Big Apple grew from this area thanks to booming trade running through the ports and a printing press to document it all!

STOP NO. 8

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is the first bridge to connect Manhattan to Brooklyn. Completed in 1883, it is actually the first steel-wire suspension bridge in the whole world. You may also recognize it from some pretty big time films like Sex and the City, Spider-Man, and Godzilla.

STOP NO. 9

Chinatown

Chinatown acts as both a tourist attraction and the home of the majority of Chinese New Yorkers; With a population of about 100,000, Chinatown is home to the highest concentration of Chinese people in the entire Western Hemisphere, helping New York City become the melting pot it is today

STOP NO. 11

Little Italy

Ever wonder where the first pizzeria in America was? Well, we have Little Italy to thank for that. We can also thank Little Italy for spaghetti and meatballs, a dish invented by the original Italian immigrants who moved there.

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The Museum of American Finance is the nation's only independent museum dedicated to finance and financial history, and educates the public through exhibits, financial literacy programs and public events.