Subway Lines: R (Rector Station) 2, 3 (Wall Street) 4, 5 (Wall Street) A (Fulton) and J, M, Z (Broad Street).
While visiting our showroom and shopping for your gown, we encourage our guests to visit some of the most outstanding highlighted tourist attractions in NYC.
We are across from New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church and few blocks from new World Trade Center and Ground Zero.
Just a few blocks from our showroom, this cobblestone street is closed off from traffic and has a low-key vibe, as well as an endless number of amazing restaurants. It’s especially nice in the summer, offering outdoor dining and other festivities.
South Street Seaport
For New Yorkers, visiting the seaport is like vacationing without having to leave the city. Breathtaking views and cobblestone streets add to the charm, and the shopping, fine dining and South Street Seaport Museum make this a can’t-miss destination.
Situated at the very tip of Manhattan, the park offers an inspiring view of the Statue of Liberty and rides on the Staten Island Ferry, and is home to the Natural Museum of Native Americans.
National Museum of the Native Indians
It’s part of the Smithsonian Institution, dedicated to the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of the Native Americans of the Western Hemisphere. See artifacts and history of past Indian civilizations.