Ground Zero, Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Empire State Building, Wall Street, Rockefeller Center, Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, United Nations
Financial District – Wall Street
Whether cast as hero or villain, there’s no more powerful metaphor for financial clout than Wall Street – and deservedly so. The Financial District, centered around “The Street”, is home to the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank, resurrected World Trade Center, World Financial Center, and countless other financial movers and shakers.
Other attractions include Federal Hall (where President Washington was inaugurated), the NYC Police Museum, South Street Seaport and the Museum of Jewish Heritage
The southern tip of Manhattan, the epicenter generally considered to be the intersection of Wall and Broad Streets.
!, R or W Subway to Rector St. 2, 3, 4 or 5 Subway to Fulton St or Wall St.
A or C Subway to Broadway-Nassau St. J, M or Z Subway to Broad St.
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