New York City Guided Wall Street Financial Crisis Tour
Price On Request
Walk through the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, and the House of Morgan as Wall Street veterans tell true stories about the economic collapse of 2008, the most devastating event in the financial sector ever since the Great Depression.
- Any cancellations made after 18:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
- 2 (hrs)
Check In/Pickup Location Details
Please arrive at the check-in location at least 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
- This activity is wheelchair accessible.
- Children of all ages can participate in this activity.
- Gratuity is not included in the price.
- The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
- You will be refunded if the tour is canceled due to inclement weather. Please contact VELTRA for your refund.
- Guests will be walking approximately 1 mile or 1.6 kilometers over 2 hours for the tour. While there are no hills, there are some steps.
- This tour will not go inside the New York Stock Exchange. NYSE has been closed to visitors since 2001.
|New York City Guided Wall Street Financial Crisis Tour|
Check-in at 15 Broad Street
Learn about the 400-year old history of Wall Street from its humble beginnings to being the place where the fate of the economy is determined. Listen to your guide as you explore today's high-powered financial district. Get an insight into the rich history and architecture of the Financial District.
Unravel the truth about the 2008 economic collapse from Wall Street insiders. Know how the acronyms CDO and CDS nearly destroyed the economy, why the big-time investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed, and what triggered the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Visit the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, Wall Street, The House of Morgan, and many more renowned financial landmarks and architectural wonders. Don't miss the opportunity to see and rub the iconic bronze sculpture of the Charging Bull for good luck.
Check-out at Federal Reserve Bank