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Things To Do
Located on Church Street between Fulton and Dey Street, Millenium Hilton is in the heart of the downtown Financial Business District. It is in walking distance of Manhattan's best shopping, restaurants, cultural and historical attractions. We are just steps away from the Memorial site, Wall Street, Battery Park, Little Italy, Tribeca, SoHo, Greenwich Village and the South Street Seaport.
IN AND AROUND TOWN
One World Observatory
See Forever from the 100th floor of the Observatory. Enjoy the show in the elevator as well!
9/11 Musuem and Memorial
The Musuem tells the story of what happened on 9/11. It explores the background leading up to the events and examines the aftermath.
St Paul's Chapel
"The Little Chapel That Stood" which served as a place of rest and refuge for recovery workers after 9/11. Still holds services, weekday concerts and lectures.
New York Stock Exchange
Visitors are no longer allowed inside the NYSE, but you can view the outside of the building on Wall Street.
Take a pic of the infamous bull that was an (unwanted) gift to the NYSE by the artist, Arturo Di Modica. This is a popular spot for pics, so get there early!
Part of the new World Trade Center site, the Oculus is designed by architecht Santiago Calatrava. It houses Westfield World Trade Center Mall.
Your destination for luxury shopping, this mall features a high-end food court, 3 restaurants, & cultural events.
Century 21 Department Store
Located directly across the street, Century 21 is legendary for its exceptional offering of designer brands at amazing prices.
SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park
Take a spin on an iridescent fish that glides through the sights and sounds of a 360 aquatic adventure.
Walk to Brooklyn and enjoy the wonderful views of the City skyline.
Staten Island Ferry
The Staten Island Ferry transports 70,000 passengers a day between Manhattan and Staten Island. This free ferry boasts great views of the Statue of Liberty.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy, no trip to NYC is complete without visitng Lady Liberty.