Discover the New York city, with this Free Walking Tour New York. You will experience places like The Wall Street, The Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center, with your native guide, you will be amazed if all these very important places, that your guide will take you to the most emblematic places.
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What to visit on this Free Walking Tour in New York?
Visit the Charging Bull
Wall Street Bull is an image of New York’s financial environment, is a bronze sculpture created in 1989 by Arturo Di Modica. It is located in the Bowling Green Park, near Wall Street in New York City. The sculpture is a bull, the symbol of strength and power; folding its front paws and head slightly bent, as if about to knock, represents the American people facing financial powers.
Visit the Statue of Liberty
Any visit to New York City should include a tour of Liberty Island. To do this, you will need to take a ferry that will take you to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, a single ticket that covers transportation to both locations. Ellis Island is home to the Immigration Museum, located in the main building of the original immigration station complex. Here you can learn about the stories of the 12 million immigrants who arrived in America. After visiting the museum, your next stop will be Liberty Island, where you can see the Statue of Liberty up close, it is important that if you want to climb to the crown, make your reservation in advance (this cannot be done at the same day), so you can climb the 377 steps from the main hall to the crown platform. With no lift and a steep climb, you should be in good health and not claustrophobic either.
Visit the 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The 9/11Victims Memorial is the name of the monument in memory of the victim’s attacks. It was built at Ground Zero in honour of those who died in the World Trade Center terrorist attacks in 2001. The monument was open to the public on 11 September 2011 and is open to anyone who wishes to pay tribute to the victims. It is a space to remember that will allow future generations to understand what has happened. The memorial consists of two identical fountains that occupy the space in which the foundations of the Twin Towers were located. The names of all the people killed in the attacks are engraved in bronze on the top of the walls lining the fountains. Water slides slowly through the waterfalls on the four fountain walls. The monument has been described as deeply moving and emotional and conveys a great sense of peace.
Explore One World Trade Center
New York is the city that does not give up and the best example of its strength is the One World Trade Center: again, the tallest skyscraper in New York takes the place of the Twin Towers. One World Trade Center is next to the Memorial, 9/11 Museum and the new WTC Transportation Hub, which is part of the ambitious and symbolic reconstruction project of the World Trade Center following the 2001 Twin Towers attack. This new skyline icon New York City, opened in 2014, is a huge 541-meter-high, 102-story tower, the tallest building in the west and the fourth tallest in the world. I wonder how, after years of hard work, the WTC heals your wounds and is proud again.
Don´t miss The St Paul’s Chapel
The chapel of St. Paul belongs to the parish of the Trinity Church. As the new city began to expand north in the eighteenth century, the Trinity Church decided to build a church for people living “uptown”. St. Paul’s Chapel St. Paul is the oldest church in Manhattan and the only remnant church of the colonial era. Inside the church is an exhibition of the events of September 11, 2001, when the church was used as a shelter for rescue teams.
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