This is one of the most famous streets in the world and these tours will take you right to the heart of it. Welcome to the Wall Street Experience in New York City, where you’ll feel like a stock broker in as little as a minute.
The Wall Street Experience offers many tours, but three of them will put you right in the middle of all the Wall Street action. If you are interested in the history of stocks, finances, and money, these tours are perfect for you.
The Financial Crisis Tour, available on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10:00 AM, will have you fully immersed in the stock market crash. You’ll hear from real Wall Street insiders and stock traders about their jobs and the problems that happened in 2008.
You’ll also find yourself walking by the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve and Wall Street. Your guide will tell you stories about what goes on in these buildings and some of the stories may surprise you.
The Financial Crisis Tour provides insights into how some billion-dollar profits survived while banks failed. You’ll learn the ins and outs of being a Wall Street trader and the lifestyle behind it. You’ll also learn about the financial district’s history, architecture, and trivia. Put your knowledge of financial terms to the test on this tour.
The Wall Street Insiders Tour is a less intense version of the Financial Crisis Tour and is recommended to those who have little to no knowledge of how the financial markets work. On this tour, you’ll learn the 400-year history that lead to modern Wall Street. Plus an insight on how certain decisions and people led to the financial collapse of 2008. This tour is geared to demystify Wall Street and provide an insider look at those who work there.
One of the most popular tours, the 9/11 Ground Zero Tour, takes you back to the day of terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The World Trade Center was a huge part of financial prowess that held many international banks, companies and more.
When the attacks on Sept. 11 happened, officials feared economic problems would occur. This tour shows you some of the sights throughout lower Manhattan that were affected because of 9/11.
Tours start at St. Paul’s Chapel, the oldest public building in NYC that is still in use today. The church survived the towers falling and received little damage.
This church served as a rescue center during the aftermath of 9/11. It’s also where families flocked to share photos of their loved ones who were missing since the attack.
You’ll also visit the Firefighters 9/11 Memorial Wall and Engine and Ladder Company 10/10, the fire station located at Ground Zero. As the tour closes, you’ll visit the 9/11 Memorial Garden and Reflecting Pools, located at the former site of the World Trade Center. This tour does not include museum tickets.
Take a day and head down to the tip of Manhattan to learn about the United States financial story, we promise you won’t be sorry you did! Head over to 365Tickets Canada to book your Wall Street Experience tickets today.
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