South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport is a historic district featuring some of the oldest architecture in downtown Manhattan. It includes restored early 19th-century commercial buildings, renovated sailing ships and modern tourist malls featuring food, shopping and nightlife, with a view of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Pier 17, South Street Seaport, New York
Pier 17, South Street Seaport

Fulton Stall Market

Fulton Stall Market The Fulton Market originally opened in 1822. It was a bustling market that sold vegetables, meats, dairy products and, most famously, fish. Fish became the mainstay of the area when the stalls along South Street provided a home to the Fulton Fish Market until 2005, when it was relocated to Bronx.

Today, Fulton Stall Market provides New Yorkers access to fresh foods, exceptional products, tasty snacks and handmade gifts. Thanks to the small businesses that sell here, a vibrant market atmosphere is once again present in the stalls of South Street.

The market is open during summer, every Saturday and Sunday from 11am 5pm.

Pier 17

Pier 17 offers three floors of shops, restaurants and food stands in an impressive glass and steel pavilion. From the top floor there are great views of the Brooklyn Bridge and historic ships moored in the harbor.