Henry Hudson 400
The New Amsterdam Trail
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  • NYC
  • 28 May - 31 Dec
A WALKING TOUR OF 17TH CENTURY DUTCH NEW YORK. Download it now and discover the Forgotten History of Hudson, Amsterdam and New York.

CLICK HERE to download a colorful brochure that can be used as virtual tour -in 10 minutes- along New Amsterdam

 CLICK HERE to download the audio tour of the trail to your computer, MP3 player or other handheld device. Downloading this part of the tour will take a few minutes (so don't give up!), but it's more than worth it. And here you can download the New Amsterdam Trail Map

Print the map of the New Amsterdam Trail, put the auditour on your MP3 player, iPod or other handheld device and you're ready to take the walk!

The New Amsterdam Trail
Download the trail and take the walk!

The New Amsterdam Trail commemorates the legendary journey of Henry Hudson for the Dutch to New York 400 years ago. The unique character of New York, originally New Amsterdam, has been shaped by the legacy of the multiethnic, entrepreneurial and tolerant culture of 17th century Amsterdam. The trail covers sites from as far south as the Battery to the northern boundary at Wall Street. The accompanying audio tour takes you on a journey through 17th century New Amsterdam and introduces you to its diverse and fascinating first residents. 

CliCK HERE to download the colorfull brochure

CLICK HERE  to download the map of the New Amsterdam Trail.

CLICK HERE  to download the audio tour of the trail to your computer, MP3 player or other handheld device. Downloading of this part of the tour will take a few minutes, but it's more than worth it.

After downloading the tour and printing the map, you're ready to take the walk. Enjoy!

List of Walking Tour Stops:

1. The Battery/ Battery Park
(Waterfront Promenade)
2. Netherlands Monument
(Northeast entrance to Battery Park)
3. National Museum of the American Indian (formerly the U.S. Custom House)
Across from Bowling Green Park
4. Pearl & Whitehall Street
(Northwest corner)
5. Pearl & Whitehall Street
(Northeast corner)
6. Dutch Reformed Church Plaque
(On Pearl Street close to Broad Street)
7. Pearl & Broad Street
(Northwest corner)
8. Pearl Street & Coenties Alley
(Northwest corner)
En route note the Dutch Revival Style buildings at 13 & 15 South William Street
—this is not a STOP but the tour directs people to consult their maps and go here.
9. Pearl & Wall Street
(Northwest corner)
10. Federal Hall National Memorial
(Wall & Nassau Street)

The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is a founding sponsor of the National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy, our partner in creating this fascinating walk. Their generous gift was matched, in part, by federal funds to produce this trail. Henry Hudson 400 Foundation is a partner on the trail through the generosity of American Express and the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds. The trail is an Acoustiguide production.


Established in 2006 in Amsterdam and in New York, the Henry Hudson 400 Foundation was organized to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson. Besides celebrating the historic event, the Foundation also wants to explore future ties between these two great cities which are linked by their shared belief in the value of free, diverse, outward-reaching societies.
Gert Tetteroo is executive Director

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