Things To Do
Come see why more than 13 million visitors explore Lower Manhattan each year! Downtown features some of New York City's most iconic attractions including Wall Street, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the Brooklyn Bridge, as well as popular new destinations like the Oculus, One World Trade Center, Pier 17 and more. It's also one of the best connected neighborhoods in the city, with convenient access to hot spots like TriBeCa, SoHo, Brooklyn, Chinatown, Midtown and New Jersey less than 15 minutes away.
IN AND AROUND TOWN
A stunning structure with retailers and dining as well as access to several subway lines and PATH transit to New Jersey.The Oculus
9/11 Memorial & Museum
Located at Ground Zero, the site honors the lives lost or impacted by terror attacks on the World Trade Center.9/11 Memorial & Museum
One of NYC’s most iconic landmarks takes about 30 minutes to walk, is open 24 hours a day and is free to enjoy.
One World Observatory
Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of New York City from the 100th-floor One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the U.S.One World Observatory
Illegally installed by sculptor Arturo Di Modica in the 1980s, the bull is now an iconic symbol of the U.S. stock market.
Stroll along the world’s most famous street, home of the New York Stock Exchange and historic Federal Hall.
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Trace the journey of the 12 million people who immigrated to the U.S. via the New York Harbor from the 1870s-1950s.Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
An indoor shopping complex packed with luxury retailers, a food court and free events and activities year-round.Brookfield Place
A waterfront park at the tip of Manhattan featuring community gardens, a unique carousel and a beautiful esplanade.The Battery
The burial place of Alexander Hamilton, this historic church has ties to several other Founding Fathers as well.Trinity Church
South Street Seaport
This charming historic district has a variety of new restaurants, retailers and attractions, including Pier 17.South Street Seaport
St. Paul’s Chapel
One of the city’s oldest churches, "The Little Chapel That Stood" also sheltered victims of the 9/11 terror attack.St. Paul’s Chapel