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Stone Street Historic District
Stone Street Historic District

Stone Street Historic District

New York, New York, USA

The Basics

Bordered on three sides by Battery Park, Broadway, and Wall Street, the Stone Street Historic District covers Stone Street’s two sections and environs. Named after the stone cobbles originally laid in 1658, traffic-free Stone Street lies in the district’s center and is flanked by 19th-century lofts and warehouses, many converted into eateries. When the weather allows, bench-style tables fill the street, creating a buzzing outdoor dining haunt.

Along with sights such as the 9/11 Memorial and Chinatown, Stone Street is featured on many downtown Manhattan and Wall Street walking tours. Travelers seeking extra historical flavor can explore the area with costumed actor-guides who chart the evolution of the Financial District. Or, opt for an Alexander Hamilton–themed walk that spotlights locations linked to the 18th-century statesman, the inspiration behind the hit musicalHamilton.

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History Tour Pub Crawl of Historic Stone Street
History Tour Pub Crawl of Historic Stone Street
$25.00 per adult
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History tour pub crawl
This experience was so much fun! Evie was an excellent tour guide and was very knowledgeable. Great history tour with not widely known facts about the revolutionary war in NYC. Minimal waking and the stone street setting was very fun for a pub crawl.
Nickie_B, Jul 2022

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Stone Street Historic District is a must for history, architecture, and food enthusiasts.

  • The district consists of Stone Street and neighboring Pearl Street, South William Street, and Coenties Alley.

  • The area is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.

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How to Get There

The easiest way to reach Stone Street is by subway—get off at Whitehall Street, a short stroll away. Alternatively, if you’re on Broadway, catch the #X28 bus from Broadway/Broome Street to Battery Place/Greenwich Street, and make the 7-minute walk from there. Drivers will find several paid parking garages in the vicinity, with the nearest on South William Street.

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When to Get There

To rub elbows with financial workers on break, visit Stone Street on a weekday, during lunchtime or in the early evening. Or go on a weekend, when sightseers take over. Summer is always busy, but the district is especially charming in winter, when the occasional snowfall adds to the atmosphere.

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Dive Into the Stone Street Oyster Festival

Every September or October, Stone Street stages a daylong oyster festival as part of New York’s Oyster Week. The cobbled street fills with bar and restaurant stands serving freshly shucked oysters, fish-and-chips, pints of beer, and Champagne, drawing foodies and fun-lovers well into the evening.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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