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Lower Manhattan
Lower Manhattan is the area which stands for the "business in the New York City". The southern end of the island has very solid rock which made avairable to build a lot of tall buildings here. Wall Street, Ground Zero, afer the 911 disaster, World Financial Center, Brooklyn Bridge, a lot of icons of the New York City is in this area and that is because the area is always busy with business people and visitors.
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Parks    *click to see the detail information of the park.
1. Battery Park
2. Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park
3. Vietnam Veterans Memorial
4. Bowling Green
5. Liberty Park
6. Rector Park
7. Pumphouse Park
8. Guilbert Park
9. South Cove Park
Hotels    *click to see the detail information of the hotel.
1. The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park
2. Millennium Hilton
3. Best Western Seaport Inn
4. New York Marriot Financial Center
5. Wall Street Inn
6. Manhattan Seaport Suites
7. Wall Street District Hotel
8. Embassy Suites Hotel New York City
9. Hampton Inn
10. Club Quarters, Downtown
Landmarks    *click to see the detail information of the spot.
1. Castle Clinton
2. Federal Hall National Monument
3. New York Stock Exchange
4. Wall Street
5. Woolworth Building
6. World Financial Center
7. Battery Park City
8. Bank of New York
9. Morgan Guaranty Building
10. U.S. Custom House
11. Equitable Building
12. American International Building
13. Federal Reserve Bank
14. Standard Oil Building
15. The Sphere
16. Shrine to St Elizabeth Ann Seton
17. New York Mercantile Exchange
18. Louise Nevelson Plaza
19. Ellis Island
20. The Statue of Liberty
21. South Street Seaport
22. Shermerhorn Row
23. World Trade Center Site
24. Chase Manhattan Plaza
25. Brooklyn Bridge
Church & Community    *click to see the detail information of the spot.
1. Trinity Church
2. St. Paul Chapel
3. John St Church
4. St Margaret's House
5. Our Lady of Victory Church
Museum    *click to see the detail information of the museum.
1. Museum of American Financial History
2. Museum of Jewish Heritage
3. National Museum of the American Indian
4. New York Police Museum
5. Fraunces Tavern Museum
6. South Street Seaport Museum
7. American Numismatic Society
8. The Sky Scraper Museum
9. Ellis Island Immigration Museum
10. New York Yneathed
Night Spot    *click to see the detail information of the theater.
1. Heartland Brewery
2. Stadt Huys
Stores    *click to see the detail information of the store.
1. World Financial Center

GAP (Fashion)

Godiva

2. Century 21 (Discount)
3. Pier 17

Neighberhoodies (Fashion)

Teazeri (Toy)

Vander Plas Gallery

Christmas Dove (Goods)

4. Delmonico's (Foods)
5-7. South Street Seaport

Coach (Brand)

GAP (Fashion)

5-7. South Street Seaport

J. Crew (Fashion)

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (Fashion)

TKTS

New York Yankees Clubhouse

Godiva

8. Syms (Discount)
9. Tent & Trails
10. Evelyn's Chocolate
11. Godiva
12. Hermes (Brand)
13. Brooks Brothers (Brand)
14. Tiffany & Co. (Brand)
Restaurant    *click to see the detail information of the store.
1. Harbour Lights (French)
2. Church & Dey (American)
3. Yangtze on Hudson (Chinese)
 Detailed Map     Lower Manhattan Photo Gallery
Sightseeing Spot
Battery Park
Battery Park is a 21-acre (8.5 ha) public park located at the southern tip of Manhattan in New York City. The park is named for the artillery that was stationed there at various times by the Dutch and British. At one end of the park is Hope Garden, a memorial to AIDS victims. At the other end, ferries depart for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

Address : Battery Pl & State St   

Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green, 1 Line South Ferry
Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The New York State Vietnam Memorial was created by legislation in 1981 and dedicated in 1984 as a "living memorial" that commemorates the military service of New York State residents in Vietnam and other parts of Southeast Asia between 1961 and 1975. It is especially dedicated to those who lost their lives or were declared missing as a result of hostile action. The Memorial features a state honor roll, an exhibition gallery, a memorial courtyard and a resource center. The entire Memorial represents a unique concept and is the first such state effort in the nation. Through changing exhibits, educational programs, special events and interaction with other agencies and veterans' organizations, the Memorial seeks to foster increased public understanding and discussion of the Vietnam War and its aftermath.

Address : 55 Water St   

URL :
http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/visiting/cultural/tours/memorials/vietnam.html
Subway : 2/3 Line Wall St, R/W Line Whitehall St
Bowling Green
Bowling Green is a small public park in Lower Manhattan at the foot of Broadway next to the site of the original Dutch fort. It is the oldest existing public park in New York City. At the present time, it is probably most known for being the location of the sculpture Charging Bull.

Address : Broadway & State St   

URL : http://www.nycgovparks.org/.../bowling_green.html
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green
Castle Clinton

Castle Clinton's construction began in 1808 and was completed in 1811 on an island in 1808 as West Battery (sometimes South-west Battery), and was designed by architects John McComb Jr. and Jonathan Williams. West Battery was intended to complement Fort Williams (still extant) on Governor's Island, which was East Battery to defend New York City from English forces in the tensions that marked the run-up to the War of 1812, but never saw action in that or any war. Subsequent landfill expanded Battery Park, and placed the fort on the mainland of Manhattan Island.

Address : Within Battery Park   

URL : http://www.nps.gov/cacl/
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green, 1 Line South Ferry
Federal Hall National Monument

Federal Hall, once located at 26 Wall Street in New York City, was the first capitol building of the United States. The building was demolished in the 19th century and replaced by the current structure, the first United States Customs House. The building is now operated by the National Park Service as the Federal Hall National Memorial, a museum that commemorates the earlier structure. The current building is well-known for the bronze statue of George Washington on its front steps, marking the site where he was inaugurated as US President in the former structure.

Address : 26 Wall St   

URL : http://www.nps.gov/feha/
Subway : 2/3/4/5 Line Wall St, R/W Line Rector St, J/M/Z Line Broad St
New York Stock Exchange

So called that the dealing had started in 1792, the world biggest stock exchange. The Corinth pillars are the symbol of the building. It is the World's largest securities marketplace exhibit hall has panoramic displays which dramatize the Wall Street story, and a gallery overlooks the bustling exchange floor. Located at 20 Broad Street between Wall St. and Exchange Pl., the NYSE is open to visitors Mon.-Fri. 9:00am-4:30pm. Trading hours are from 9:30am-4:pm. Tickets are free and limited, so pick them up early in the day from the admission booth in front of 20 Broad St.

Address : 11 Wall St   

URL : http://www.nyse.com/
Subway : J/M/Z Line Broad St, 2/3/4/5 Line Wall St
Wall Street

The Name of "World Famous Financial Center of the United States" was originated from the "WALL" which was built by the Dutch settler against British attack in early 17th century. They built the wall with woods from Hudson river to East river. Recently, called the center of the finance because it has Federal Reserve Bank, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The area including Wall Street is called as Financial District.

Address : Wall St   

Subway : 2/3/4/5 Line Wall St, J/M/Z Line Broad St, R/W Line Rector St
Woolworth Building

233 Broadway, with 60th floor, 241 meters high building. The top of the building is pyramid formed with gothic styled and had been a highest building until 1930, when the Chrysler Building was built. This famous skyscraper was commissioned by Frank W. Woolworth, the owner of the five and dime chain. Built by Cass Gilbert between 1911 and 1913, the building was nick-named early the "Cathedral of Commerce." 233 Broadway at Barclay St.

Address : 233 Broadway   

Subway : 2/3 Line Park Pl, 4/5/6/N/R/W/J/M/Z Line City Hall
World Financial Center

The complex combined with 4 tall building just western Ground Zero, where as 45ha wide and characteristic as "geometrical design". In the middle of the center, 36 meters high glass dome atrium which has a floor with marble stone and with 16 coconut trees.

Address : 200 Vesey St   

URL : http://www.worldfinancialcenter.com/
Subway : 1 Line Rector St, 2/3 Line Wall St, A/C Line Fulton St, E Line World Trade Center, N/R/W Line Cortlandt St
Battery Park City

Battery Park City is a 90 acre (0.4 km2) planned community at the southwestern tip of Manhattan in New York City. The land upon which it stands was created from the Hudson River using 1.2 million cubic yards (917,000 cubic meters) of dirt and rocks excavated during the construction of the World Trade Center and certain other construction projects. The neighborhood, which is the site of the World Financial Center along with numerous housing, commercial and retail buildings, is named for adjacent Battery Park.

Address : S End Ave   

URL : http://www.batteryparkcity.org/
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green
Ellis Island

Over 40% of the U.S. population descend from the 17 million immigrants that have passed through Ellis Island from 1892 to 1954. The three story Ellis Island Museum is housed in the same building that the immigrants came through in those 64 years. Ferry boats leave from Battery Park for the 27 acre island, including an option to visit the Statue of Liberty, located on an island nearby. Round trip fare is $8 for adults, $6 for senior citizens, $3 for children 3-17 years old, and free to children 3 and under. Ferries operate 7 days a week, from approximately 9:30am to 5:00pm.

Address : Ferry from Battery Park   

URL : http://www.ellisisland.org/
The Statue of Liberty

This grand lady has welcomed millions of foreigners coming to seek freedom and opportunity in America. She was an extravagant gift from France to a young new America. The trip to Liberty Island where lady liberty stands takes 15 minutes. Round trip fare is $8 for adults, $6 for senior citizens, $3 for children 3-17 years old, and free to children 3 and under. Ferries operate 7 days a week.

Address : Ferry from Battery Park   

URL : http://www.nps.gov/stli/
Subway : 1 Line South Ferry, then take Liberty Island Ferry
South Street Seaport

What used to be a bustling seaport in the 18th and 19th centuries, South Street Seaport now encompasses newly restored buildings which house a variety of restaurants, specialty food shops and boutiques. Also, nearby, the South Street Seaport Museum is located within the 12 square block Landmark Historic District that stretches from Fulton Street to the Brooklyn bridge.

Address : 207 Front St   

URL : http://www.southstseaport.org/
Subway : 2/3/4/5/A/C/J/M/Z Line Fullton St-Broadway Nassau St
World Trade Center Site

The revival project has been operating by LMDC from the disaster, "911" which killed several thousands of people. The new building is planned to be 541 meters hight and will be called "Freedom Tower" which will be the world number one tallest building. PATH train from NJ will be running around the area.

Address : Chambers St, Rector St   

URL : http://www.renewnyc.com/
Subway : E Line World Trade Center, N/R/W Line Cortlandt St
Brooklyn Bridge

Arguably the most influential bridge in American history, the Brooklyn Bridge remains one of New York City's most celebrated architectural wonders. Designed by the brilliant engineer John Augustus Roebling (1806-1869) and completed by his equally ingenious son Washington Roebling (1837-1926), this elegant structure was, at the time of its completion in 1883, the longest suspension bridge in the world. It was the first bridge to be constructed using steel. The bridge links the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn which were once two separate cities.

Address Brooklyn Bridge   

URL : http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/motorist/bridges.html
Subway : 4/5/6/J/M/Z Line Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
Trinity Church
Trinity Church has the oldest history in the United States, which was built in 1846 with Gothic style, designed by Richard Upjohn. It was know as the music concert held on every Thursday, 13:00.

Address: 89 Broadway   

URL : http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/
Subway : J/M/Z Line Broad St, 4/5 Line Wall St, 1/R/W Line Rector St
St. Paul Chapel
Located directly across from the World Trade Center site, St. Paul's Chapel, an Episcopal church, was home to an extraordinary eight-month volunteer relief effort after the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. Unwavering Spirit, a new interactive exhibit, honors that ministry and its legacy of love and compassion.

Address: 209 Broadway   

URL : http://www.saintpaulschapel.org/
Subway : E Line World Trade Center
Museum of American Financial History
Museum of American Financial History, the nation's only independent public museum dedicated to celebrating the spirit of entrepreneurship and the democratic free market tradition which has made New York City the financial capital of the world, was founded in 1988, the Museum was chartered as an educational institution. Today, financial education is at the core of the Museumfs mission and its public programs and services.

Address : 28 Broadway   

URL : http://www.financialhistory.org/
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green, J/M/Z Line Broad St
Hours : 10:00-4:00pm
Admission : $2.00
Museum of Jewish Heritage
The Museum of Jewish Heritage, located at 36 Battery Park Place, Manhattan (New York City, USA), was created as a living memorial to the Holocaust. The hexagonal shape and tiered roof of the building are symbolic of the six points of the Star of David and the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. It opened September 15, 1997.

Address : 36 Battery pl   

URL : http://www.mjhnyc.org/index.htm
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green
National Museum of the American Indian
The National Museum of the American Indian, which opened on September 21, 2004, is an institution in the United States launched by an act of the United States Congress in 1989, with the mandate to preserve, study, and exhibit on the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans (from throughout the Americas).

Address : 1 Bowling Green   

URL : http://www.conexus.si.edu/
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green
Hours : 10:00-5:00pm
Admission : Free
New York City Police Museum
The New York City Police Museum (NYCPM) preserves the rich and unique history of the New York City Police Department and the extensive collections of materials relating to its 158-year history through its collection and programs for the family and school.

Address : 100 Old Slip   

URL : http://www.nycpolicemuseum.org/
Subway : 2/3 Line Wall St, R/W Line Whitehall St
Admission : $5.00
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Fraunces Tavern Museum, located in Lower Manhattan, has the collection regarding the establishment of the New York City and the Independence War with pictures, ornaments etc.

Address : 54 Pearl St   

URL : http://www.frauncestavernmuseum.org/
Subway : N/R Line Whitehall St, 4/5 Line Bowling Green
Hours : Tue-Fri 12:00-5:00pm, Sat 10:00am-5:00pm , Sun Closed
Admission : $4.00
South Street Seaport Museum
What used to be a bustling seaport in the 18th and 19th centuries, South Street Seaport now encompasses newly restored buildings which house a variety of restaurants, specialty food shops and boutiques. Also, nearby, the South Street Seaport Museum is located within the 12 square block Landmark Historic District that stretches from Fulton Street to the Brooklyn bridge.

Address : 12 Fulton St   

URL : http://www.southstseaport.org/
Subway : 2/3/4/5/J/Z/M Line Fulton Street, A/C Line Broadway-Nassau
Hours : Tue-Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm, Fri-Mon 10:00am-5:00pm
Admission : $8.00
American Numismatic Society
American Numismatic Society is collecting the coins and medals globally from the ancient Greece and Roman republic to the eastern country. The museum is located in Lower Manhattan.

Address : 96 Fulton St   

URL : http://www.numismatics.org/
Subway : A/C/J/M/Z/2/3/4/5 Line Fulton Street/Broadway Nassau
Hours : Tue-Fri 9:30am-4:30pm
Admission : FREE
The Sky Scraper Museum
The Sky Scraper Museum is the new museum opened in 2004, located near the Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, which is collecting the materials regarding the "Skyscrapers" in Manhattan and the technology of the building construction.

Address : 39 Battery Pl   

URL : http://www.skyscraper.org/
Subway : 4/5 Line Bowling Green
Hours : Wed - Sun 12:00pm-6:00pm
Admission : $5.00
Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Ellis Island had been owning a role for the entrance to this country for more than 50 years. The immigration office was built in this island and all of immigrants, more than 17,000 thousands of people entered to the United States from this office. The office was restored as the muesum with the materials you can see the dream of those immigrants long ago.

Address : Ferry from Battery Park   

URL : http://www.ellisisland.com/
Subway : Ferry from Battery Park, 1 Line South Ferry
Hours : 9:30am-5:00pm
Admission : Included in Ferry fee $11.50

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