It’s the world’s second largest stock exchange and boy is it hard to miss! Located in Times Square and recognisable by its towering electronic billboard, NASDAQ was one of the first companies to offer an alternative to the in-person transaction system.
Financial District Walking Tour
Inspire your students by delving into the history behind Big Bucks in the ‘Big Apple’! Stroll down past the global players in the business world at your own pace with a walking tour.
New York Stock Exchange
The NYSE is considered to be the largest stock exchange in the world and for young brokers, what dreams are made of! Nestled among the big names on Wall Street and drenched in suits around the clock, it’s a sight that your Business and Economics students won’t want to miss!
Museum of American Finance
Let your students explore exhibits on financial markets, money, banking and entrepreneurship. Be sure to check out the exhibit on Alexander Hamilton, he’s the founder of the US financial system!
Macy’s Merchandising Tour
Anyone who’s anyone in New York knows Macys. On a merchandising tour your students will get to know the real success of this iconic department store. It’s the perfect spot for budding entrepreneurs to soak up some inspiration.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
A trip to the ‘New York Fed’ will teach students about the Federal Reserve System in setting monetary policy, promoting financial stability, and how it continues to advance economic growth.