Just a few steps from NYC Ferry on Pier 11 between Wall St and Pine St on South St. Fun for pooches. Plenty of obstacles to play with water available in the shade of FDR overpass.
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Lovely little find this area. Recently regenerated is a guess but created a lovely area of hustle and bustle away from the traffic. A street of cosmo eateries, drinking places and shops. Arrived to go to Guess shopping to find an outdoor live music event....More
We had a quick walk round here and stopped for a little rest. The view of the ship and of Brooklyn bridge was very nice. A nice place to take a break from the busy city.
We wandered along the cobbled streets and looked out across the water before trying one of the many bars. Being mid-summer it was vibrant and buzzing, and most of the restaurants had wait lists for tables. It had a really nice vibe and I'd definitely...More
OK the whole place is being rebuilt and will be ready for the summer of 2018. Still worth going by if you have some time there is about 4 blocks of things to do, cafe's etc. Cant wait until its done!
For anyone interested in buying tickets to a broadway show, there's a TKTS booth at the South Street Seaport, that rarely has any lineups, is open earlier than the one in Times Square and the area is a great destination to shop, eat and take...More
Went during a Good Friday trip to the city. Most things were closed and not many people around at all. It's pretty though.
The South Street Seaport takes you back to the glory days of sea travel. We took a tour of the Wavertree and our tour guide, Rachel, gave plenty of information about the ship, leaving no questions unanswered. Overall, I'd recommend this tour for any lover...More
The South Street Seaport was an enjoyable experience for a scholar of history such as myself. The Seaport is a small area in the lower east side of Manhattan that has a rich history. The buildings and street are from the early days of America,...More