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Discovering NYC. Dowtown&Midtown:self-guided audio tour with izi.TRAVEL App


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Welcome to New York!
In this megalopolis it is impossible to get around to all the interesting places in one day. Therefore, today we offer you the chance to walk around that part of the city which is called Downtown. 

Audio tour allows you to discover NYC in your own pace and in preferable time. At the same time you will never lost due to built-in map and navigation.

You will see and learn about 26 prime attractions, e.g. Charging Bull, Battery Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Federal Reserve Bank, Wall Street, Trinity Church, 9/11 Monument, City Hall, Chinatown, High Line Park and many others!

Also on your way you will find a lot of places to rest and eat to keep you comfortable as you explore through city.

The tour is designed to be approximately 3,5 hours long.

This audio guide is GPS-triggered – all stories will start automatically when you reach an attraction and some navigational tips will prompt you where to go next.

About This Deal

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Stop At: Charging Bull (Wall Street Bull), 26 Broadway, New York City, NY 10004-1703

Welcome to New York!

In this megalopolis it is impossible to get around to all the interesting places in one day.  Therefore, today we offer you the chance to walk around that part of the city which is called Downtown.  It is precisely here that the financial power of the American nation is concentrated.  The New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank are both located here.  In this part of the city it is possible to see many things which are the symbols of New York itself and also of all of America- the Brooklyn bridge, Wall Street and the Statue of Liberty.  Museums and plazas will present themselves to you along the way and you will be able to immerse yourself in the history of this place and to come in contact with its artifacts.  In this part of the city in 2001 occurred the tragic events of 11 September which shocked all humanity.  We will take you to those places which were the epicenter of this events, and visit the memorial to the victims of the attack of September 11.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: National Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Grn, New York City, NY 10004-1415

Not to write too much – this tour takes you around Downtown's and Midtown's 26 prime attractions.
The tour is designed to be approximately 3,5 hours long, but it may takes much longer if you visit museums on the way.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Battery Park, State Street and Battery Place, New York City, NY 10004

We are now at the southern most end of Manhattan. At the time of the foundation of the settlement, at the southern end of the island, artillery for the defense of the settlement was positioned here. However with time the name "Battery" came to be applied to the entire southern part of the island. Already in the 17th century this place became a popular site for relaxation and in the 19th century it had become a valuable park zone.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Castle Clinton National Monument, 26 Wall St Battery Park, New York City, NY 10005-1996

A little closer, just at water's edge is located West Battery Fort or Castle Clinton. It was built in 1811 for the defense of the city in case of attack by the British during the War of 1812. But, this never occurred and the fort never witnessed any battle. Initially called West Battery, it was renamed several years later Castle Clinton in honor of the mayor of the city, DeWitt Clinton...

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, NY 10004

We will pass the pier from which the ferry leaves to the Statue of Liberty. This symbol of the American dream of freedom was a gift of the citizens of France on the centenary of the American Revolution.
We are not visit this monument during our walk, but we will talk about the Statue.

Stop At: Fraunces Tavern Museum, 54 Pearl St, New York City, NY 10004-4300

A small brick home is a museum and the small Fraunces tavern. Many historical events have occurred in this house. The house itself was built at the beginning of the 18th century by the French Huguenot, Etienne DeLancey. Approximately 40 years later it was bought by the restorer Samuel Fraunces and he converted the home into a tavern which quickly became a favorite of the citizens of New York...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, NY 10038

Now we are becoming acquainted with it from a distance in order that you will be able to include all of it in your view, to sense all of its grandeur. Then, later, we will show you the pedestrian path by which you will be able independently walk on the bridge and take superb panoramic photographs. This bridge is an indispensable part of the city, recognized as a calling card and icon of New York...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Seaport District NYC, 19 Fulton St, New York City, NY 10038

A three story restored sea terminal has today been turned into a tourist center with restaurants, cafes, and museums. From the balconies on the third floor fabulous panoramic views of the river bridges open up...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 44 Maiden Lane, New York City, NY 10045

It would be hard not to notice the building of the Federal Reserve Bank. It mostly brings to mind an impenetrable fortress with its thick walls and powerful grills on the windows. The stones of the facade of the building were not chosen accidentally. Think about what they call to mind. Gold ingots. The bank was built as one of the strongest storehouses of gold in the world.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Wall Street, New York City, NY 10005

Wall Street - probably it would be very difficult to find a person who has not heard of it. This street is one of the most famous in the world.

The name Wall street has long been synonymous for the financial region of New York and one of the largest business centers in the United States.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: New York Stock Exchange, 20 Broad St, New York City, NY 10005-2601

This building played an important role in the history of America.

The building was constructed at the beginning of the 18th century and for a long time served as the city hall of New York. In 1735 the trial of John Peter Zenger who in his newspaper published sharp criticism the British Governor Cosby occured. After the proceedings, the jury found the publisher not guilty. It is widely held that the Zenger trial was the basis for freedom of the press being in the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street, New York City, NY 10006

Trinity Church is probably one of the most famous and one of the oldest churches in the city - Trinity Church, still an active parish of the episcopal Diocese of New York. The first church on this site was constructed in 1698. It is easy to imagine this modest rectangular structure with a mansard root. Historical documents show that the famous pirate the Scottish Captain William Kidd gave support for the construction of the church.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum, 180 Greenwich St World Trade Center, New York City, NY 10007-0089

This is one of the most tragic places in the history of the city. Ahead and slightly to the right previously rose the twin towers of the World Trade Center. On the morning of 11 September, 2001 two airplanes were seized by terrorists who flew them directly into the towers. In the course of several hours after those collisions, both skyscrapers were destroyed. Approximately 3,000 people perished. The place of this horrible tragedy from that time came to be called Ground Zero...

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, New York City, NY 10003

Perhaps the person of Frank Woolworth is even more impressive than the building. He was a "self made man" as they say. The unique feature of his personality is that his deficiency - an intense bashfulness - was turned into an advantage. This is what happened. Woolworth was born and grew up in the country but at age 21 he decided that country life was not for him and he wanted something bigger. From his parent's home he went to the small town of Watertown, New York and found work as a salesman in a small store...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Chinatown, Canal Street to Bayard Street, New York City, NY 10013

Chinatown is one of the largest enclaves of Chinese outside of Asia. The population is approximately 150,000.

There are records that the first Chinese arrived in New York in 1825. Within 35 years in lower Manhattan there are already 150 Chinese working as cooks, sailors and salesmen...

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: New Museum of Contemporary Art, 235 Bowery, New York City, NY 10002-1218

The New Museum of Contemporary Art.
The very building is striking and surprising in itself. It is possible that you, like many others, are asking yourself the question, "How do these concrete pieces stay together and not fall?" Of course explanation is engineering. The building of the museum was built by the design of the Japanese architectural firm SANAA...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Union Square, Union Square, New York City, New York

The square was built in the 1830's. It was built at the "union" of several main roads- hence the name. Later the Square obtained another notoriety - it became the place for political demonstrations and protests. For instance, at the time of the Great Depression 35,000 jobless men gathered here in a demonstration to demand work...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th Street, New York City, NY 10011

This museum is the largest institution in the United States concerned with the art of Tibet and the Himalayas and its influences on the art of Mongolia, India and Eastern Asia...

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: The High Line Park, Gansevoort St. To W. 30 St. bet. Washington St. and 11 Ave, New York City, NY 10011

A 1.45 mile long elevated section of a no longer used railroad spur. In the middle of the last century elevated spurs of the metro seemed to be a great accomplishment of engineering progress. But as time went on and the elevated spurs grew old, it was closed. With time the abandoned elevated began to rust and was threatened with destruction. Then local groups organized a group who took an active participation in its resurrection. But the resurrection was unusual...

Duration: 10 minutes

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Near public transportation
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • Access to Premium audio tour "Discovering New York City. Downtown&Midtown" in izi.TRAVEL App
  • Offline access to content (audio, text, images), map with suggested route and navigational tips
  • izi.TRAVEL App for iOS/Android

  • Head phones
  • Smartphone
  • Entrance tickets to attractions
  • Entry/Admission - Castle Clinton National Monument
  • Entry/Admission - Fraunces Tavern Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Seaport District NYC
  • Entry/Admission - Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Entry/Admission - New York Stock Exchange
  • Entry/Admission - Trinity Church
  • Entry/Admission - The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Woolworth Building
  • Entry/Admission - New Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Entry/Admission - Rubin Museum of Art

Departure Point
Charging Bull, New York, NY 10004, USA

Departure Time
11/23/2019 - 4/6/2021
Monday - Sunday:10:00 AM - 08:00 PM

3 hours 30 minutes

Return Details
461 W 14th St, New York, NY 10014, USA

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