Neighborhood

Financial District

Locals say

What it’s like:
Historic · Residential · Vibrant
Known for:
Waterfront · Views · Parks
Nearby conveniences:
Restaurants · Shops · Grocery stores

Tips from locals

Numa
July 23, 2019
Remember to visit the bull.
Annabel
April 13, 2022
The Financial District has a rich history with some can't miss landmarks! Home to the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, The Charging Bull, The Fearless Girl Statue, Trinity Church (and its famous churchyard), Federal Hall National Memorial, and Battery Park. Tip: Stop and grab a bite to eat at Stone Street - an entire block reminiscent of the Dutch architecture that once covered lower Manhattan.
The Financial District has a rich history with some can't miss landmarks! Home to the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, The Charging Bull, The Fearless Girl Statue, Trinity Church (and its famous churchyard), Federal Hall National Memorial, and Battery Park. Tip: Stop and grab a bite to eat at…
Dan
March 19, 2022
Highly recommended to first time travelers
Sonny
March 4, 2022
visit New York Stock Exchange, Federal hall etc
James
January 3, 2022
If you are on the corner of William and Exchange Streets and you look south you can see why New York used to be New Amsterdam, the tops of the buildings could serve as a movie set for the Netherlands. Even though it is one neighborhood it has many pockets and a diverse array of things to see, do, and eat.
Milena
November 19, 2019
This is the city's buzzing financial heart, home to Wall Street and glittering skyscrapers. Sidewalks bustle during the week and, after work, young professionals fill the restaurants and bars of the South Street Seaport and pedestrian-only Stone Street. The sombre National September 11 Memorial and Museum, in the footprint of the Twin Towers, is also here. Above it all is the observatory atop One World Trade Center.
This is the city's buzzing financial heart, home to Wall Street and glittering skyscrapers. Sidewalks bustle during the week and, after work, young professionals fill the restaurants and bars of the South Street Seaport and pedestrian-only Stone Street. The sombre National September 11 Memorial and…
Ashley
October 29, 2021
Home of The Freedom Tower,Wall Street, and South Street Seaport. One or two stops on the Path Train.

Things to do in Financial District

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Places to stay in Financial District

Ways to stay

Places to stay nearby

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Financial District Apt
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Charming Historic Apartment Near All Trains
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Club Quarters Hotel World Trade Center, Club Room
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Fully furnished WALL ST STUDIO Apt.
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Panoramic Water Views | Luxury building Studio
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Private bedroom in lower Manhattan
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Unique NYC Loft - Guest Room
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Sonder Battery Park | Accessible Studio Apartment
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Beautiful Boutique Studio W Washer/Dryer In Unit
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1-bedroom rental apartment in New York
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One Bedroom on Wall Street
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Massive Studio in Financial District
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Skyline views in Lower Manhattan
Location
New York, New York
Financial District