One of the oldest and most famous of New York's skyscrapers (dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'), the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was completed in 1913 and was the world's tallest building until 1930

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Woolworth Building Lobby Tour

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 30 minutes

$20

Come see the magnificent Woolworth Building, a US National Historic Landmark, on this informati...

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Complete New York, New York Helicopter Tour

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 20 minutes

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Brooklyn Bridge Running Tour

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 90 minutes

$50

...Bridge, then through the streets of Chinatown and The Five Point Area, before finishing back at the Woolworth Building.

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Woolworth Building, New York

One of the oldest and most famous of New York's skyscrapers (dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'), the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was completed in 1913 and was the world's tallest building until 1930.

One of the oldest and most famous of New York's skyscrapers (dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'), the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was completed in 1913 and was the world's tallest building until 1930. The building has a beautiful ornate lobby, but it has been closed to the public since September 11.


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About Woolworth Building

 233 Broadway

 +1 212-233-272

 www.witkoff.com

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