From the founding of the American economy to Occupy Wall Street’s critiques of the system, New York City has been the epicenter of nearly every financial boom or bust in the country’s history. Explore how NYC fueled economic growth around the world (while also leaving an imprint on the metropolis itself) in this look at Gotham’s monetary monuments, including Trinity Churchyard, Williamsburgh Savings Bank and the New York Stock Exchange.
"Capital of Capital: New York's Banks and the Creation of a Global Economy"
|Venue name:||Museum of the City of New York||Contact:|
1220 Fifth Ave
|Cross street:||between 103rd and 104th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to 103rd St|
|Price:||$10, seniors and students $6, children under 12 free|