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Feel the Pulse of Wall Street at the New York Stock Exchange

The largest stock exchange in the world and the anchor of Wall Street and the NYC Financial District, the New York Stock Exchange is a fast-paced, high-stakes hub of trading. Designated as a National Historic Landmark, the NYSE has lived at 11 Wall Street for nearly 230 years. From the iconic bell-ringing each morning by executives and celebrities to the buzzing trading floor, the "Big Board" is a legendary financial and economic destination in New York.
Located in the center of the Financial District, the New York Stock Exchange is less than a mile from The Frederick Hotel and easily accessible by subway from just outside the hotel and by foot - 15-minute walk down Broadway to Wall Street.
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  • Monday - Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


  • Free


  • Bell-ringing
  • Stock Trading


  • Walking Tours
  • Photography
  • Sightseeing




  • Can I visit or tour the New York Stock Exchange?

    Unfortunately, since September 11, 2001, the New York Stock Exchange is no longer open to the public. All visitors to the NYSE must be permitted and private tours for visiting groups can no longer be arranged. Visitors are welcome to check out and photograph the outside of the iconic building, which is usually draped in a large American flag or has an LED light display.
  • What else is there to see or do near the New York Sock Exchange?

    Some of the Financial District's most famous sights are right near the New York Stock Exchange, including the Charging Bull and Fearless Girl statues, both located on Broadway at Morris Street, two blocks from the NYSE. You can also take a walking tour of the Financial District which includes stops at the NYSE and surrounding sights while learning about the area's history and architecture.

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