Best Things to do in Lower Manhattan
New York is a city that has to be visited at least a few times before you can get familiar with the landmarks leave alone the street names. So we are going to split it into several parts so you can plan your vacation accordingly. In case you have extended your plan to a couple of more days, not to worry as New York always has something new in the box for you. This time around we thought of listing out some must see locations and things to do in lower Manhattan.
Thanks to the events of September 11, 2001 everyone worldwide have knowledge of the twin towers that once stood as a jewel in the neck of New York. What was once the World Trade Center is now the National September 11 Memorial and Museum that pays tribute to all those who lost their lives in one of the most terrifying incidents in history.
Of course there are other happy places in Lower Manhattan that might attract your attention. For instance, you can stroll around China town or Little Italy to get an idea of how the initial settlers of our Nation had their beginnings in the new found land. Though occupied by skyscrapers, this part of the city holds a rich history which can be seen in every turn of the street. Some important places that you and your kids need to visit are,
- The Smithsonian National museum
- New York City Hall
- Federal Hall
- Museum of Jewish Heritage
- St. Paul’s Chapel
- Woolworth building
- Museum of American Finance
There are many more museums that you might want to visit and some more interesting things to do in lower Manhattan. New York is also famous for its stock markets and The Bull is a symbolic representation of the Wall Street. So you might find a huge queue of people wanting to take a pic with this significant bull.
If you are a chocolate lover and don’t mind experimenting some really bold chocolate flavors and innovations, then stroll around the streets of Manhattan to experiment some of the most exotic chocolates that you have ever tasted in your lives. We’ll give you a few suggestions as a start, but be warned that list is just a tip of the iceberg for you might encounter many more new shops. When you visit New York, try visiting these chocolate factories!!
- Jacques Torres
- Vosges Haut Chocolat
- Bond Street Chocolate
- La Maison du Chocolat
- Aigner Chocolates
Do call us to book your air tickets and after visiting lower Manhattan don’t forget to give us a feedback on your chocolate eating experience. For more information visit our website https://www.discountflighttickets.us or call us at 1-855-576-0710.