The 200-year old South Street Seaport, located in the historic Seaport District in Lower Manhattan, nestled between the Brooklyn Bridge and the canyons of Wall Street, is your gateway to Lower Manhattan’s rich history and cultural diversity. Alongside the East River you can enjoy the cobblestone streets, explore South Street Seaport Museum, and grab a nice dinner in the Financial District. If the weather's nice, don't hesitate to check out the ships docked along the pier or enjoy a meal at Bridge Cafe. Discover an authentic historic cobblestone district with high-masted sailing ships, exciting cultural events and a unique collection of over 40 shops and restaurants. Cross South Street to Piers 16 and 15 and discover the best water views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Statue of Liberty. Board the several sightseeing boats and coaches departing there or simply relax and enjoy a cocktail.
South Street Seaport19 Fulton Street (Water & Fulton Street)
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