Hidden History of the South Street Seaport’s Architecture

Oct 19 at 5:30–6:30pm
209 Water Street, New York, NY 10038
Organized by South Street Seaport Museum

Several buildings in the Seaport District are considered to be some the oldest standing structures in Manhattan. From rat pits to a warehouse built by one of the most famous American architects of the 19th century, the buildings of the Seaport have a big story to tell. This is the story of the rise of New York. Take a walk with us and discover the origins of New York’s greatness. Please wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing.

Tour meets at Bowne Printers on 209 Water Street.

NYC’s architecture and design month features hundreds of events, tours, and exhibitions organized by more than 60 partners across the five boroughs.
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