Area Attractions

Take a break between meetings on Wall Street to explore Lower Manhattan and beyond. Hyatt Centric Wall Street New York is five minutes to South Street Seaport and ten minutes to the Statue of Liberty ferry and gardens at The Battery. Hop on the subway to discover New York City’s most prominent attractions including The Met and Central Park.

Hyatt Centric Wall Street New York

75 Wall Street, Entrance on Water Street
New York, New York, United States, 10005



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Arts + Culture

One World Observatory

Positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, on levels 100, 101, and 102 of the 1,776 foot tall One World Trade Center building, One World Observatory™ provides unique, panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites, and surrounding waters.

9/11 Memorial and Museum

Honor the lives of those who were lost during the 9-11 attacks. The 9/11 memorial, occupying 8 acres of the 16 acre World Trade Center, is a tribute to the past and a place of hope for the future. The museum presents the story of 9/11 through interactive technology, archives, narratives & a collection of artifacts.

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

Pay a visit to America’s icon of freedom. The statue is not only a monument, it also serves as a reservoir of the statue’s history. The pedestal contains a lobby, exhibits on the first and second floor, and 10th floor observatory.

Trinity Church

Trinity Church is an Episcopal Parish that has been an integral part of NYC’s history for more than 300 years. It is also the resting place of some of America’s great men and women including Alexander Hamilton and Robert Fulton among others.

Wall Street

Walk along Wall Street, the home of the New York Stock Exchange and the historic headquarters of the largest US brokerages and investment banks.

Charging Bull

Arturo Di Modica’s three-and-a-half-ton bronze sculpture "Charging Bull” sits proudly in New York City’s financial district, symbolizing “the power of the American people” and representing the spirit of New York where anyone can come, work hard and succeed—a spirit Di Modica fell in love with.

Local Food + Drink


Chelsea Market

Stop by this enclosed food court and mall for a unique shopping experience that spans apparel, fine chocolates, wine, baked goods, and home wares. Take a tour of the space that includes a look at the market’s history as a Nabisco factory.


Just across the Brooklyn Bridge, the acronym for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” is home to a variety of artsy shops, galleries, and hole-in-the-wall eateries and bars waiting to be discovered.


One of New York City’s trendiest neighborhoods, this chic enclave is home to upscale boutiques and high-end retailers and is a popular hotspot for celebrity sightings.

South Street Seaport

The newest happening place in NYC where you can find art, food, entertainment and great river views all in one spot.


The busy sidewalks are packed with souvenir stores, bubble tea shops, and markets selling everything from fresh and dried fish to herbs and spices.


The Brooklyn Bridge

Walk across the Eat River into Brooklyn from this architectural and engineering marvel. Explore the Brooklyn Bridge Park on the other side and enjoy impressive views of Manhattan or stroll through the trendy DUMBO district.

The Battery

Just a ten-minute walk from the hotel, this iconic park and transit hub at the tip of Lower Manhattan is the gateway to New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. Stroll the 195,000-square foot gardens or join in on a nature walk.

South Street Seaport

Walk five minutes to this bustling waterfront destination for concerts on the pier, local produce and foods at the Fulton Stall Market, and fitness classes. Visit the South Street Seaport museum for an insider’s look at the historic landmark.

The High Line

Visit this 1.5-mile-long elevated park that was once a freight railway for unique works of art, shops, scenic foliage and views of the city, plus special events including stargazing and tours of the historic area.

Governor’s Island

A 172 acre island in the heart of New York Harbor, Governor's Island is a world unto itself, unique and full of promise. Plus there is always something happening; check out their website for exhibits and events.

Music & Entertainment

Ulysses NYC

Relaxed, loft like spot for beers, sandwiches, live music & a popular sidewalk patio

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) is a multi-arts center located in Brooklyn, New York. For more than 150 years, BAM has been the home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. With world-renowned programming in theater, dance, music, opera, film, and much more, BAM showcases the work of emerging artists and innovative modern masters.

Day Trips


Venture out to the eastern end of Long Island for scenic beaches and the historic Montauk Lighthouse, now home to a museum with incredible views of the East Coast.

New York Botanical Garden

Head uptown to The Bronx for a day this vibrant 250-acre garden, forest, and conservatory that is home to more than one million living plants across nearly 20 specialty collections and trails, including perennial gardens and seasonal walks.

The Cloisters

Visit this specialty branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Upper Manhattan to view European medieval architecture and art across four acres. Located in Fort Tryon Park, interior collections including a gothic chapel and a treasury room.

Catskills Mountains

The perfect outdoor mountain getaway. From hiking and music festivals to attractions and art galleries, find something for everyone.