If you find yourself in Lower Manhattan, make sure to stop by the corner of Fulton and Nassau Streets. The intersection offers a direct view of the One World Trade Center, which lines up perfectly in the middle of the street.
Trinity Church, Lower Manhattan (with its bridge connecting the church to its offices at 74 Trinity Place). The bridge was built to help people get across the street safely from the church - cars tend to speed up on this stretch of Trinity Place as they came out of the #Brooklyn Battery Tunnel.
RIDE THE STATEN ISLAND FERRY Enjoy a 25-minute trip from Manhattan to Staten Island via this Staten Island Ferry. The ride offers views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the skyline, as it takes you from Whitehall Street in lower Manhattan to St. George on Staten Island. More than 22 million people travel on the ferry each year, with about 109 trips per day. With five boats on rotating schedules (four on weekends), you can catch the ferry regularly throughout the day.