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Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown - Wall Street 周边活动推荐

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Our prime location, nestled on the corner of Wall Street and Water Street in downtown NYC, makes us ideal for meetings, social events, dining, bars, and nightlife.

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The Dead Rabbit

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Just a short walk from the hotel, The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog is a beloved gastropub renowned for its award winning cocktails and elevated pub fare. Inspired by the rich history of New York's Irish immigrant community, this iconic establishment offers a warm and inviting atmosphere where guests can enjoy innovative libations and hearty dishes in a lively setting.

Fraunces Tavern

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One World Observatory

285 Fulton St, New York, New York 10007

Perched atop the iconic One World Trade Center, One World Observatory offers breathtaking panoramic views of New York City from above. Experience the city's skyline as you ascend to the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere in just 47 seconds. Explore three levels of immersive exhibits, including the Sky Portal, a 14-foot glass disk that provides real-time views of the streets below. One World Observatory promises an unforgettable journey above the clouds.

Pier 17/ The Seaport

89 South Street, New York, New York 10038

Located on the East River waterfront and under the Brooklyn Bridge, offering beautiful views of the city skyline. From music and art to fine food and cocktails, this is where the magic happens, day and night.

Tin Building

96 South, New York, New York 10038

Situated along the picturesque waterfront of South Street Seaport in New York City, the Tin Building is a historic landmark built in the late 19th century as part of the bustling fish market district. Today, the Tin Building is a vibrant dining destination. From fresh seafood to artisanal fare, visitors can savor local delights while soaking in the ambiance of its industrial-chic setting. Enjoy a memorable dining experience with sweeping views of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge.

New York Stock Exchange

11 Wall Street, New York, New York 10005

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is an iconic symbol of global finance and economic power. Located in the heart of Lower Manhattan's Financial District, this historic institution has been a cornerstone of American capitalism since its founding in 1792. As the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization and trading volume, the NYSE plays a pivotal role in shaping global financial markets and facilitating investment opportunities.

The Oculus

185 Greenwich Street, New York, New York 10006

The Oculus is a transportation hub and shopping mall built alongside One World Trade Center. It has come to represent the city’s strength and is a beacon of resilience.

Battery Park

State Street and Battery Place, New York, NY 10004

Explore the southern tip of Manhattan where Dutch settlers began the construction of Fort Amsterdam in 1626. Take a tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island; alternatively, venture out to Staten Island or Governors Island.

Brooklyn Bridge

Perhaps the most recognizable bridge in the world, and a great way to cross over into Brooklyn by bike or on foot. This engineering marvel was constructed in 1869 and has a fascinating history of its own.

Trinity Church

89 Broadway, New York, NY 10006

The current construction, a beautiful example of Gothic Revival architecture, was the tallest building in the USA until 1869. As well as a National Historic Landmark it still functions as a house of worship.

Bowling Green

Surrounded by fine Financial District architecture, the oldest public park in New York City is also home to the National Museum of the American Indian, and was once an important location for the Lenape tribe.

City Hall

City Hall Park, New York, NY 10007

Located opposite the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge in the Civic Center area of Lower Manhattan, and still the functioning seat of the New York City local government, ours is the oldest city hall in the USA.

9/11 Memorial NYC

180 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007

Pay tribute to the lives lost and forever changed by the events of September 11, 2001, at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Located at the World Trade Center site, this solemn memorial honors the victims of the attacks with twin reflecting pools set within the footprints of the original Twin Towers. Explore the museum's immersive exhibits, artifacts, and personal stories that commemorate the tragic events of that day and celebrate the resilience of the human spirit.

South Street Seaport NYC

19 Fulton St,, New York, NY 10038

South Street Seaport in Lower Manhattan invites you to explore New York City's maritime history amid a vibrant waterfront setting. Wander along cobblestone streets lined with historic buildings, boutique shops, and enticing eateries. Discover tall ships, visit the Seaport Museum, or simply soak in the scenic views of the East River and Brooklyn Bridge. With its unique blend of old-world charm and modern attractions, South Street Seaport offers a delightful escape for locals and tourists alike.

Financial District NYC

Financial District, New York, NY 10004

Welcome to the beating heart of commerce and culture in Lower Manhattan—the Financial District. Home to iconic landmarks like Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Charging Bull statue, this bustling neighborhood buzzes with energy day and night. Immerse yourself in the rich history of American finance, stroll along historic streets, and marvel at the towering skyscrapers that define the city's skyline.

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