Wall Street
Street sign indicating the Wall Street direction, New York City
Street sign indicating the Wall Street direction, New York City

Wall Street Tours and Tickets

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Synonymous with US financial markets, capitalism, and the history of early New York City, Wall Street runs for eight blocks, from Broadway to South Street through Lower Manhattan. Home to the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and historically the base for financial powerhouses like Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank, the Wall Street area is the financial heart of the city. But the area also offers plenty of historic interest to visitors.

  • Manhattan, New York City, New York, 10005

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Marvin_R, Nov 2023
Great experience!
Great insights into the general and financial history of New York. Our guide was very nice and informative.
Pradeep_U, Oct 2023
Wall Street The Mesmerizing Tour
I have a Master's degree in Finance and I have read all the text about financial crisis and the NYSE, but to see what you had read in reality was mesmerizing and the way the guide had explained her experience and anecdotes throughout the tour, I had goosebumps. If you ask me, what was the most unforgettable experience I had in NYC, I would say the "Wall Street Tour" is almost at the top of the list.
Emanuela_T, Nov 2023
Learned a lot!
Great tour and very well delivered. Great work, George! We learned so much we didn’t know about New York history
luz_i, Nov 2023
Best experience ever!
He engaged. He was very detailed when telling history and details of event. Made sure to stop and asked if we had questions. Very knowledgeable. Would 100% do any tours he is leading.
People Also Ask
Q:Is Wall Street open to the public?
A:Yes, the eight blocks known as Wall Street are one of the most popular destinations in Lower Manhattan. Tourists flock here to see the famous bronze Charging Bull and Fearless Girl sculptures, to visit Trinity Church, and to get a peek at the New York Stock Exchange.
Q:Can you get a tour of Wall Street?
A:Yes. Wall Street guided tours are recommended and will help enrich your visit. Although you can soak up the ambiance on your own, knowing this iconic street’s history, from early Dutch settlers to the actual earthen wall that once stood here in the 1600s adds to the experience.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Wall Street?
A:There is no fee to visit Wall Street. The Charging Bull and Fearless Girl statues are outside. The neo-Gothic Trinity Church—completed in 1846—is free and open to the public from 8:30am to 6pm, while Federal Hall—which displays the Bible on which George Washington swore his inaugural oath—is also free.
Q:Can you take a tour of the stock exchange?
A:No. Tours of the New York Stock Exchange were suspended for security reasons after 9/11. But don’t worry, you can still get a photo of the building’s columned facade. Be sure to check out the rotating banner hanging outside—it can be anything from company logos to the American flag.
Q:What do you see on a Wall Street tour?
A:A typical Wall Street tour includes brief interior visits to Federal Hall and Trinity Church, plus a photo stop at the New York Stock Exchange and both famous bronze sculptures. More important than what you'll see is what you'll hear: a full history of the neighborhood and juicy finance tidbits.
Q:How long does a tour of Wall Street take?
A:Most guided tours of Wall Street last between 75 minutes and two hours. Some longer New York City itineraries may also include a brief stop, but if you want an in-depth introduction you’re better off with a focused tour. You’ll also find self-guided audio tour options.