Come Explore

The World Trade Center campus and Lower Manhattan are home to some of New York City’s favorite destinations, including One World Observatory and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.


The World Trade Center is a bridge to our nation’s history and a gateway to New York City’s future. There's so much to do and see here. Our itineraries will help you get started.

Historical Highlights

Historical Highlights

Travel through time without leaving the neighborhood. Lower Manhattan is home to many significant historical sites in New York City.

  1. 1. 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  2. 2. Trinity Churchyard
  3. 3. Federal Hall
  4. 4. The Battery
  5. 5. View of the Statue of Liberty
  6. 6. Fraunces Tavern
  7. 7. South Street Seaport
  8. 8. City Hall
  9. 9. St Paul’s Chapel
Architecture Tour Itinerary

Architecture Tour Itinerary

New York City hosts a diverse mosaic of architecture that spans many styles and epochs. The city’s most notable buildings and structures are within walking distance of the World Trade Center. 

  1. 1. Oculus
  2. 2. Woolworth Building
  3. 3. Brooklyn Bridge
  4. 4. New York by Gehry
  5. 5. The New York Stock Exchange
  6. 6. Elevated Acre
  7. 7. South Cove
  8. 8. One World Trade Center
Art Tour Itinerary

Art Tour Itinerary

Explore public art installations in Lower Manhattan, including the iconic Charging Bull that stands in Bowling Green and the historic Koenig Sphere in Liberty Park.

  1. 1. Resonating Bodies
  2. 2. American Merchant Mariners Memorial
  3. 3. The Immigrants
  4. 4. Giovanni De Verrazzano
  5. 5. Untitled (Figure Balancing on Dog)
  6. 6. Charging Bull
  7. 7. Group of Four Trees
  8. 8. The Sphere (“Koenig Sphere”)