Historic Lower Manhattan Walking Tour
Until Fri Apr 5
Photograph: Norman McGrath
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Time Out says
Thu Mar 15 2012
This tour takes you around the neighborhood where New York (or New Amsterdam, as it used to be called) got its start. Stops include Trinity Church—the oldest continuously used public building in New York, and Alexander Hamilton’s final resting place—along with locations associated with George Washington, J.P. Morgan and Abbie Hoffman. Meet on the front steps of the U.S. Custom House, 1 Bowling Green at Battery Pl. Subway: N, R to Whitehall St; 1 to South Ferry. For details, visit bigonion.com.
Walks & tours. Walking tours. Things to Do
- Good for:
Culture vultures. Dating. Singles. Feed your brain. Going in a group. Going solo. History buffs. Local talent. Take a tourist. Take your parents
- Event type:
- $20; seniors, students and Brooklyn Historical Society members $15.