Schermerhorn Row – SOLD OUT
Tour Time: 12:00pm
Original Architect Unknown
12 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10038
Completed in 1812, Schermerhorn Row is one of the oldest standing structures in Manhattan. This complex of Federal-style buildings originally served as counting-houses for the merchants of the seaport district, when in the early 19th century South Street was New York’s primary port of entry. Over the next two centuries Schermerhorn Row hosted various businesses including restaurants and hotels. Schermerhorn Row has survived the changing economic fortunes of the South Street Seaport and hurricanes to become what it is today: the heart of a vibrant New York historic district and home to the South Street Seaport Museum.
Please be aware that the tour takes guests up several flights of stairs.
This tour is sold out.