This tour of the center of Manhattan includes the most famous places in New York

There is so much to do and see in Lower Manhattan, a place as steeped in history as it is prominent in pop culture. Our Downtown Tour of Manhattan’s most popular neighborhoods and attractions is the ideal way to see and explore it all – with one convenient pass!

Start in the heart of Manhattan at the one and only Times Square, where neon lights shine day and night. Then sit back and relax as you make your way past New York’s most iconic attractions, like the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the Brooklyn Bridge, Madison Square Garden and One World Trade Center.

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One of the most recognizable bridge in the world, the Brooklyn Bridge is the most scenic connection between the borough and Manhattan. Take a stroll down the bridge for a photo and a fantastic view!


Here is the newest item on this tour! The World Trade Center Transportation Hub. It’s state of the art structure and interior filled with shops makes it one of the most fascinating pieces of architecture in the city to date!


Located at the base of the former twin towers are two fountain memorials.The names of those whose lives were tragically taken on 2001 are carved in the stone surrounding, and the water below streams toward a hollow center.


You can’t go this far downtown without taking a picture with a 7,000 pound bronze sculpture! This bull is the symbol of “aggressive financial optimism and prosperity”.


On the very southern tip of Manhattan you’ll find Battery Park. Sneak away from the skyscrapers to the green and get a great view. Check out a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty as well!.

Yankee Stadium Photo: Diversified

Located in the borough of the Bronx, Yankee Stadium is a staple for sports lovers. It is home to the New York Yankees and is the most expensive stadium ever built.

Best Downtown Tour

  • 9-11 Memorial

  • The Highline

  • Battery Park City

  • South Street Seaport

  • Greenwhich Village

  • Wall Street

  • Trinity Church

  • Statue of Liberty

  • Staten Island Ferry

  • And Much More!