5 mentions on Trippy
Here's what Trippy members say about Wall Street:
"Started The National September 11 Memorial & Museum (visited also the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, but isn't free) and then walked to Trinity Church and then walked down Wall St with the Federal Hall National Memorial, The New York Stock Exchange (Wall Street) and a Tiffany's to East River Promenade E River Promenade with an amazing view to Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Bridge." See More
"Honestly, I think besides Central Park, the best areas to consider are all in the lower half of the city: SoHo, Washington Square Park, Meatpacking District/ TriBeCa and the Wall Street area (it's so different down there from the rest of Manhattan, then you can go to the 9/11 Memorial Visitor Center since it's right there)." See More
"A good way to see the Statue of Liberty and get a couple of other sites in is to start a day at the World Trade Center Memorial, walk down Wall Street and then walk across the Brooklyn Bridge." See More
"I also suggest walking to Wall Street to see the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall National Memorial, and the Federal Reserve building." See More
"Lower Manhattan has its own free shuttle bus to take you around. You can enjoy Liberty Park, the city government area (Gracie Square) — there are some amazing historic buildings — Wall Street, Trinity Church and Chinatown New York. Touring the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is free, you book online in advance. There you will see our gold reserve. You can also take the Staten Island Ferry for a great view of the NY skyline. The 9/11 Memorial Museum is there as well. So much to see and do away from mud-town Manhattan."