Area Attractions

Located within the center of Lower Manhattan’s thriving New Downtown near Pace University, and nestled between both the East and Hudson Rivers, The Beekman is surrounded by some of Manhattan’s most cherished attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport and City Hall.

The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel

123 Nassau Street
New York, New York, United States, 10038



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Wall Street

Historically known as the center of New York’s financial district and spanning eight blocks, Wall Street is one of the world’s most famous thoroughfares.

Brooklyn Bridge NYC

The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest bridges of either type in the United States.

Governors Island

A former U.S. Army military base and the oldest European settlement in New York, the island is open to the public during the summer and a perfect spot for a picnic, biking as well as enjoying a wide array of cultural activities.


Ellis Island National Museum And Statue Of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. From 1892 to 1924, Ellis Island was America’s largest and most active immigration station, where over 12 million immigrants were processed.

"Charging Bull" at Bowling Green

The iconic Charging Bull is located in Bowling Green, New York City at the intersections of Broadway and Morris Street, just a block north of the South Ferry building at the southern tip of Manhattan island. For mass transit, take the MTA NYC Transit 4, 5 or 6 trains to the Bowling Green stop or the 1 train to South Ferry. Slower but more scenic is the M5 bus which goes all the way from the GW Bridge to Bowling Green. Go to for routes and schedules.

City Hall Park

Surrounded by centuries-old majestic government buildings that date back to 1812, this park provides a much-needed green spot in a bustling downtown area. At lunchtime each afternoon it springs to life when those working in the neighborhood come to relax, eat, and soak in sunshine on its grassy lawns.



Bâtard is a Modern European restaurant situated in the heart of Tribeca. Bâtard is open six evenings a week for dinner. The menu focuses on classic cuisine with a focus on quality, seasonal ingredients and draws inspiration from Chef Markus Glocker’s diverse background and experience.

Stone Street

Nestled in New York’s Financial District, this cobblestone street, reminiscent of its 17th -century roots, is home to a variety of restaurants, pubs and pizzerias.


Brookfield Place

Positioned just south of Tribeca along the Hudson River waterfront and home to international fashion houses including Hermès, Bottega Veneta and Burberry, and contemporary brands such as Diane von Furstenberg, Theory, Michael Kors, Brookfield Place is the height of luxury shopping in downtown Manhattan.