Took the Take Walks tour with Robert who had a strong personal connection to what happened. Can highly recommend this tour to understand what happened and how America reacted.
Meet your guide at at a designated meeting point just blocks away from Ground Zero. As your guide takes you through Lower Manhattan, listen to their local perspective on 9/11 and its aftermath.
Follow the guide to landmarks usually missed by Ground Zero visitors, including St. Paul’s Chapel, Brookfield Place, the Eleven Tears Memorial, and the Winter Garden. Pause for a silent moment at the Memorial Pools, built into the footprint of the original Twin Towers, and cap off the guided portion of the tour at the Survivor Tree, salvaged from the wreckage of Ground Zero.
From there, skip long lines with your pre-reserved tickets for the National 9/11 Memorial Museum. A self-guided tour ensures you see the museum at your own pace.
The 2-hour tour ends just in time for you to see view sunset from Chelsea Piers or Battery Park.
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This was our first trip to NYC and we wanted to include the 911 memorial. Our tour guide Robert Y was knowledgeable, personable and professional. Technically, he is a good speaker, highly educated. Personally, he shared his point of view having lived through the horrific...More
9/11 from a local perspective. Katherine was amazing. She shared her experiences from that horrific day and the emotional days that followed. She is a gifted story teller as she shared her memories but gave us inspiration for the kindness and support of the city...More
I had not been back to NYC since after the attack so I was very curious as to how everything in that area changed. So my family and I booked a tour with this company and we were not disappointed. Rob, our tour guide, was...More