Attractions

Top Choice Landmark in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

Ellis Island

Ellis Island is America's most famous and historically important gateway. Between 1892 and 1924, over 12 million immigrants passed through this processing station, dreams in tow. Today, its Immigration Museum delive…
Top Choice Monument in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

Statue of Liberty

Reserve your tickets online well in advance (up to six months ahead) to access Lady Liberty’s crown for breathtaking city and harbor views. If you miss out on crown tickets, you may have better luck with tickets for…
Top Choice Bridge in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

Brooklyn Bridge

A New York icon, the Brooklyn Bridge, which connects Brooklyn and Manhattan, was the world’s first steel suspension bridge. Indeed, when it opened in 1883, the 1596ft span between its two support towers was the long…
Top Choice Museum in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

National September 11 Memorial Museum

Just beyond the reflective pools of the September 11 Memorial is the National September 11 Memorial Museum. Architecturally intriguing and deeply moving, its collection of artifacts, video, photographs and audio cre…
Top Choice Viewpoint in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

One World Observatory

Spanning levels 100 to 102 of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Observatory offers dazzling panoramic views from its sky-high perch. On a clear day you'll be able to see all five boroughs and…
Top Choice Museum in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

Museum of Jewish Heritage

An evocative waterfront museum exploring all aspects of modern Jewish identity and culture, from religious traditions to artistic accomplishments. The museum's core exhibition includes a detailed exploration of the …
Top Choice Monument in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

National September 11 Memorial

The focal point of the National September 11 Memorial is Reflecting Absence, two imposing reflecting pools that occupy the actual footprints of the ill-fated Twin Towers. From their rim, a steady cascade of water po…
Top Choice Notable Building in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

One World Trade Center

Home to One World Observatory – New York's highest observation deck – the 104-floor One World Trade Center is architect David M Childs' redesign of Daniel Libeskind's original 2002 concept. Besides being the lofties…
Church in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

St Paul's Chapel

After his inauguration in 1789, George Washington worshipped at this classic revival brownstone chapel, which found new fame in the aftermath of September 11. Although the World Trade Center was destroyed just a blo…
Museum in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

National Museum of the American Indian

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, this elegant tribute to Native American culture is set in Cass Gilbert's spectacular 1907 Custom House, one of NYC's finest beaux-arts buildings. Beyond a vast elliptical…