Discover a variety of things to do in Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is home to a bounty of cultural gems, including 300-year-old Trinity Church, One World Trade Center and the National September 11 Memorial. You can also take a ferry to Ellis Island or the Statue of Liberty. One of the most important business areas in the world, the Financial District features Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. If you’d like to explore Times Square, Broadway theaters or Central Park, hop on the subway and head uptown.

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One World Trade Center

0.48 mi / 0.77 km from the hotel
Also known as Freedom Tower, this architectural marvel is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Visit the 9/11 Memorial at the base, or head up to the observation deck for fantastic views of NYC.

Statue of Liberty

2.23 mi / 3.59 km from the hotel
One of the most iconic landmarks in the U.S., "Lady Liberty" is a 306-foot green-patina statue that once greeted generations of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island.

Trinity Church

0.2 mi / 0.32 km from the hotel
Built more than 300 years ago, this Episcopal parish spans nearly 14 acres of Lower Manhattan. Visit the graves of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton, Hercules Mulligan, and Albert Gallatin, the founder of New York University.

National September 11 Memorial Museum

0.41 mi / 0.66 km from the hotel
Pay your respects at this memorial honoring the victims of the 2001 and 1993 attacks on the World Trade Center. Two reflection pools, inscribed with the names of all 2,977 lost, stand in place of the fallen Twin Towers.

The Battery

0.46 mi / 0.74 km from the hotel
Situated on the scenic New York Harbor waterfront, the Battery welcomes visitors with lush green spaces and colorful gardens. Check online for fun community events, like free yoga in the park, and take a ride on the SeaGlass Carousel.

Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration

1.68 mi / 2.7 km from the hotel
Take a ferry to explore the halls of Ellis Island, the processing station where nearly 12 million immigrants entered the United States between 1892 and 1954. The museum features interactive activities and a Wall of Honor displaying the names of some of the people who once passed through.