Located on lower Broadway and the world’s tallest building upon its completion in 1913, the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building is one of New York City’s most celebrated and recognizable skyscrapers—and a stunning achievement in American architecture.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is a space for remembrance and contemplation.
The South Street Seaport, which once served as the main trade and business center for Manhattan, has been transformed into a massive visitor center, complete with restaurants and shops.
Circle Line Downtown, sister company to New York Water Taxi, has been providing the finest water cruises in New York City, for over 50 years.
Visitors learn about the 9/11 Memorial & Museum through artifacts, exhibits, and exclusive films about 9/11 and the reconstruction of the World Trade Center.
Doug Fox conducts highly rated 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center walking tours.
This classic NYC steakhouse offers a casual yet elegant dining experience, with traditional menu items like beef and seafood served alongside accompaniments such as perfectly creamed spinach and mashed potatoes.
This 8.8-acre downtown park is the perfect spot for afternoon lunch meetings as well as people-watching—newlyweds coming from the new Manhattan Marriage Bureau are often seen strolling the grounds.
Furnished in thrift shop/rec room–style yet posh, this is a different kind of sports bar.
Felice, the ultimate Tuscan restaurant and wine bar, already in two locations on the Upper East Side in NYC, is also in the Financial District.
Gild Hall, located on historic Gold Street minutes away from Wall Street and the South Street Seaport, brings a new level of luxury to Manhattan's Financial District.