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How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour

Quick Details

Calendar Schedule: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat

Hour Glass Duration: 2 hours (1.5 mi / 2.4 km)

Clock Departure Time: 10.00 a.m. EST

Globe Other Language: Spanish (April to Jan)

Adult - English
Child - English Ages 5-11
Adult - Spanish
Child - Spanish Ages 5-11

How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour

Discover the financial and political roots of Wall Street, from the Native American origins of early trading in the Americas to the influences of European merchants and the rise of the American Financial system.

We explore the financial crises caused by stock market crashes and the impact of aggressive economic growth on diverse populations. Meet the visionaries, financial innovators, women pioneers, Robber Barons, and forgotten enslaved laborers who helped shape the history of Wall Street.

Tour Highlights:

  • Explore Bowling Green and the Alexander Hamilton Custom House (now the Museum of the American Indian). 
  • View the world-famous Charging Bull Statue and the Fearless Girl Statue
  • Visit the heart of Wall Street to view sites like the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, and the Federal Reserve.
  • View Trinity Church and Saint Paul’s Chapel. 
  • Explore the financial crisis caused by financial panics and stock market crashes.
  • Learn about Native American, women, and African-American contributions to early trading, the American financial system, and Wall Street.

Please note that all attractions are exterior visits only.

This Wall Street tour is wheelchair-accessible.


  • Pass customers please visit the page and follow the instruction to make a reservation.

Meeting & End Locations

  • Meet your guide in front of the Museum of the American Indian – 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004
  • The guide will be holding up a Red, Inside Out Tours Flag.
  • The tour ends at Trinity Church

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