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From Brooklyn to Wall Street Tour

230 Park Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238-4343
+1 718-783-6383
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Extraordinary Tour!

I absolutely loved this tour. What a treat to explore highlights of Brooklyn with a devoted and... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2014
Jeffdobbins
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New York City, New York
Great!

I totally enjoyed the whole tour! Grand Army Plaza is a great place to start, and what couldn't be... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2014
Outdoorsy A
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This tour of New York will start at Grand Army Plaza (the “Heart of Brooklyn”) and will continue to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade where the spectacular panorama of New York City unfolds before us. The tour will conclude, where else, but the center of finance, Wall Street. This tour brings together the history, notable figures, architecture and real estate, to provide a layered understanding of how New York City came to be the wonderful city that it is today. During this 3 ½ hour tour, we will be making our way from Brooklyn to Manhattan by foot, by subway and by ferry. On this complete New York experience we will: • Explore some of the vast cultural offerings of Brooklyn• Learn what part Brooklyn played in the Revolutionary War• Get inside the heads of the Prospect Park architects• Experience the NYC subway system (fare included)• Stroll along the Brooklyn Heights promenade to the Fulton ferry landing• Enjoy the sights of the city from the East River Ferry (fare included)• Walk up Wall Street and learn how our financial system got its start.You will be provided with your own audio receiver, so you won't have to strain to hear the guide, or continually run to get a good spot close to the guide. You won't miss a thing. Come explore Brooklyn with us!
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9 Apr 2014
“Extraordinary Tour!”
18 Mar 2014
“Great!”
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230 Park Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238-4343
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+1 718-783-6383

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Reviewed 9 April 2014

I absolutely loved this tour. What a treat to explore highlights of Brooklyn with a devoted and knowledgable Brooklynite. Then to proceed to Wall Street, under the guidance of someone who has worked inside the Financial sector is a real treat. Add to that, Dottie...More

2  Thank Jeffdobbins
Reviewed 19 March 2014

I totally enjoyed the whole tour! Grand Army Plaza is a great place to start, and what couldn't be better than ending with a water taxi ride across the East River! Our guide had a lot of local information for us, and led us easily...More

Thank Outdoorsy A
Reviewed 19 March 2014

Even people who were born and raised in Brooklyn commented that they learned history they never knew before on this tour! Very high level and detailed overview of history and culture of Brooklyn and Wall Street area. Individual headseats meant you could hear everything while...More

2  Thank Katherine L
Reviewed 11 May 2013

Dotti, a New Yorker living in Brooklyn, shows us the Brooklyn she loves and crosses the river to Wall Street where she used to work in real estate financing in a 3.5 hour walking tour. We learnt first hand about development and impact of the...More

2  Thank Iam12
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