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Things to do in Lower Manhattan

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Are you looking for things to do in Lower Manhattan? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from Battery Park to Ground Zero, to City Hall and Federal Hall. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Lower Manhattan Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in May 2019.

You will start your adventure in Bowling Green Park. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Lower Manhattan? See the sites!

things to do in Lower Manhattan, history of lower manhattanOver your 3-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • New York City Hall
  • World Trade Center
  • Trinity Church
  • 9/11 Tribute Museum
  • Battery Park
  • Governors Island
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Ellis Island
  • Castle Clinton
  • Wall Street
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about the Lower Manhattan Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.

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