Weave through the narrow streets of the Financial District, or FiDi as locals sometimes call it, exploring the sites and places associated with the 2008 world financial meltdown. See the company headquarters that were involved in the shake up, from Lehman Brothers to Bear Stearns. Learn about how traders made millions and millions of dollars and how banks collapsed in the wake of the meltdown.
Stroll the streets, seeing the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve, and even the plus-sized statue of the charging bull.
So live through what was portrayed in the acclaimed film The Big Short and get a first-hand understanding of the complexities that is the 2008 world financial crisis, the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression in the 1930s.