Accessibility

Visitors with Limited Mobility

The listening devices increases the accessibility as guests do not have to stand directly in front and very close to the tour guide to hear.
All the sidewalks on our tour route have a ramp, making it accessible for wheelchairs, mechanized scooters and other power-driven mobility devices.

Visitors who are Blind or Partially Sighted

Tour guides provide a verbal description of each stop.
Service animals are welcome on the Wall Street Walks tours.

Visitors who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing

All our tours use listening devices.  Replace one of the hearing aids with a tour earphone.  Visitors can control their own volume.

GETTING THERE:  By car / taxi

Tour Start
The tour starts at 55 Wall Street and is accessible for drop-off.

Tour End
The tour ends at the 911 Memorial and Museum, which is wheelchair accessible. The  accessible pick-up/drop-off location is near the intersection of Albany and Greenwich Streets.

GETTING THERE:  By subway

Elevators are available at the Fulton Street and Bowling Green subway stations.  Both are a few blocks from our tour start at 55 Wall Street.
In 2016, the Wall Street Walks tour start is moving to Bowling Green, where there is an elevator to the subway, close by.

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