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New York Stock Exchange - New York City

New York Stock Exchange

11 Wall St, New York, NY, 10005
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New York Stock Exchange: Financial Center of the World

As the world's largest stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange(NYSE) is home to four different trading rooms and over 2,000 different company listings. The Exchange was establishedin 1792 by 24 stockbrokers and remained a membership-only organization until it went public in 2006.
 
ThefamousNYSE building, designed by architect George B. Post,was erected in 1903 and features late neo-classical architectural style highlighted by a carved marble bas-relieffriezeand stately Corinthian capitals. Located at 11 Wall Street, the NYSE building is not only a New York icon, but also adesignated U.S. Historic Landmark.
 

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Since 9/11, the NYSE is closed to the public. Open Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4pm, except holidays.
 
Hours are subject to change. Please visit the attraction's website for today's current hours.
 
 

Events

  • Ringing of the Bell
  • NYSE Governance Series
  • Conferences
 
 

Activities

  • NYSE BuildingFacade
  • Wall Street Walking Tours
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping
  • Esplanade
  • Battery Park
 

FAQs

  • Where Can I Buy Tickets?

    Unfortunately, the New York Stock Exchange has been closed to the public since the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001. Visitors can see and take pictures of the building's facade and many local companies offer informational walking tours of Wall Street and the Financial District. 
  • What is the Back Story of the NYSE?

    The NYSE was established in 1792 by 24 stockbrokers and merchants who met under a Buttonwood tree on Wall Street and signed an agreement that created the New York Stock & Exchange Board. The agreement eliminated auctioneers, bound the members to deal only with each other and limited commissions to just 0.25%. In 1863, the organization drafted a constitution and became the members-only NYSE until it went public in 2006.


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