DistrictNYSE & Wall StreetWestfield
Statue of Liberty
at bowling green
Bowling Green Park (12 minutes)
One of New York’s best-known landmarks the oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of financial optimism, and is one of the most iconic images of Wall Street.
World Trade Center
1 World Trade Center (9 minutes)
The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the World Trade Center complex heralds the renaissance of Downtown Manhattan.
9/11 Memorial & museum
180 Greenwich St (9 minutes)
This eight-acre park is a contemplative sanctuary composed of a grove of nearly 400 white oak trees, the largest manmade waterfalls in the U.S., and set within the footprints of the original Twin Towers is the National 9/11 Memorial Museum.
230 Vesey St (12 minutes)
Positioned just south of Tribeca along the Hudson River waterfront and home to international fashion houses including Hermès, Bottega Veneta and Burberry, and contemporary brands such as Diane von Furstenberg, Theory, Michael Kors, Brookfield Place is the height of luxury shopping in downtown Manhattan.
Front Street and Frankfort Street (4 minutes)
Built between 1869 and 1883, The Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan with New York's most populous borough, Brooklyn, and is on of the most famous and magnificent landmarks in New York City.
200 Broadway (3 minutes)
This transit hub is a contemporary architectural marvel in Lower Manhattan and features a Sky Reflector Net centerpiece strung with a distinctive cable knit structure.
199 Water Street (8 minutes)
Nestled between the Brooklyn Bridge and the canyon of Wall Street, this revitalized area is the gateway to Lower Manhattan's rich maritime history and cultural diversity, with seasonal entertainment, unique shopping and dining, cultural activities.
NYSE & Wall Street
11 Wall Street (8 minutes)
Historically known as the center of New York's financial district and spanning eight blocks, Wall Street is one of the world's most famous thoroughfares.
185 Greenwich Street (8 minutes)
More than a retail destination, Westfield World Trade Center brings together commerce and culture and includes more than 100 global, local, fashion, lifestyle, and technology brands.
233 Broadway (3 minutes)
One of the 50 tallest buildings in the U.S. and one of the 20 tallest in New York City, this National Historic Landmark was the tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1913.
1 Battery Park Plaza (17 minutes)
One of New York City’s greatest parks, for over a mile, the Battery Park City Esplanade takes you on a beautiful waterfront journey, winding through some of Manhattan’s most majestic parks and gardens.
Williams St & Coenties Alley (12 minutes)
Nestled in New York’s Financial District, this cobblestone street, reminiscent of its 17th century roots, is home to a variety of restaurants, pubs and pizzerias.
Statue of Liberty
Battery Park (17 minutes)
"The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World" was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.