13:00 - 15:00 - History of Wall Street Walking Tour – Afternoon

Featuring Glenn Crafford ’77

Walk the streets of gold in the footsteps of Jefferson and Hamilton in colonial New York City to learn about the history of U.S. finance from Glenn Crafford ’77, former investment banker and current Raymond A. Mason School of Business professor. You will enjoy a private tour of the “America in Circulation: A History of U.S. Currency Featuring the Collection of Mark R. Shenkman,” at the Museum of American Finance. Before the tour, guests are welcome to gather at the historic Fraunces Tavern for an optional pay as you go lunch.

Location: 60 Wall Street Atrium
60 Wall Street (b/t William Street & Pearl Street)
New York, NY 10006

Meet in the New York Athletic Club lobby at 12 PM. Transportation will depart at 12:15 PM. Transportation will return by 3:45 PM.

Upon arrival, please meet at the 60 Wall Street Atrium, an indoor public space located just a few doors east from the Museum of American Finance.

Nearby subway trains include the J, Z at Broad Street station, the R, 1 at Rector Street station and the 2, 3, 4, 5 at Wall Street station.

Price: $35