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New York City: 9/11 Memorial Tour and Museum Ticket

1. New York City: 9/11 Memorial Tour and Museum Ticket

Explore the tragic events of 11 September 2001 from a local perspective on a 2-hour tour of all the sites of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. Visit Ground Zero to get a deeper understanding of how 9/11 impacted the city and the world, and the long struggle New York went through to move forward. Tour in small groups for a level of intimacy and peace fitting for such a visit. Local guides provide a more personal feel, giving the 9/11 Memorial and its surrounds a human context. Meet at St. Peter’s Church to learn how people gathered there awaiting news of their loved ones, and to mourn, pray and offer support. See poignant handmade memorials that are a constant reminder that 9/11 was a crippling personal tragedy for thousands of New Yorkers, as well as a global event. Next go to Ground Zero to see the stunning 9/11 Memorial Pools, built in the footprint of the twin towers. Read the inscriptions of all the names of those who perished there. Your guide will give a more personal account of the tragedy, taking you to Fireman’s Memorial and the Survivor Tree. Hear incredible stories of courage and loss that unfolded right where you stand. End with a self-guided tour of the 9/11 Museum with a pre-reserved ticket which provides space for your own thoughts as you look at items salvaged from the wreckage, and read harrowing personal stories.

NYC: Ground Zero Walking Tour and 9/11 Museum Ticket

2. NYC: Ground Zero Walking Tour and 9/11 Museum Ticket

Take a 2-hour guided tour of the World Trade Center Complex and learn about the events of September 11, 2001. This tour is a celebration honoring the heroes and the survivors of “Stairwell B” and the actions they took during the attacks on September 11, 2001. Follow the path taken by these First Responders and learn how they withstood the collapse of a 110-story tower, while still inside it. By using historical photos of September 11th, this tour will chronicle the events of that day. Be astonished by the bravery of New York City’s firefighters. Discover how the “Angel of Stairwell B” helped save a team of firefighters and the miracle of the “9/11 surfer”, who rode down with 88 stories of imploding debris. Hear engaging stories from your tour guide using numerous posters to make these events come to life. This tour ends at the Memorial Plaza, where you will learn how the new World Trade Center Complex was designed and constructed. This is the definitive tour of Ground Zero featuring the heroes and survivors of September 11th. Tickets into the National 9/11 Memorial Museum are included.

NYC: 9/11 Memorial Museum and Statue of Liberty Cruise

3. NYC: 9/11 Memorial Museum and Statue of Liberty Cruise

The Hunt for Bin Laden opened at the 9/11 Memorial Museum in November 2019. The exhibition examines the 10-year search for Osama bin Laden, documenting the intelligence and military activities that led to a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where the leader of al-Qaeda was killed nearly 10 years after 9/11. With this experience, you will enter the museum on the memorial pool grounds with express tickets. The museum preserves the memory of past events and the promise of renewal through reconstruction. The museum recognizes the power of place and highlights the authentic archaeological remnants of the World Trade Center. The Survivors’ Stairs lie at the end of the ramp. This staircase at the edge of the elevated World Trade Center Plaza provided an unobstructed exit for people fleeing the site. As you enter the museum you will walk in the footsteps that lead hundreds of survivors to safety on September 11, 2001. When you conclude, you can enjoy views of famous landmarks on the Manhattan skyline during a 1-hour scenic sightseeing cruise from Pier 36. From right under the Brooklyn Bridge, travel toward the South Street Seaport and Battery Park. You will then get to within 100 feet of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island for incredible photo opportunities.

NYC: 9/11 Memorial and Financial District Walking Tour

4. NYC: 9/11 Memorial and Financial District Walking Tour

Explore Manhattan’s oldest district on a 2.5-hour guided walking tour through some of the city’s most famous sights. With your professional, local NY guide, you’ll venture through the famed Financial District, including Wall Street, and end up at the peaceful and hauntingly beautiful 9/11 Memorial plaza.   Meander the Financial District’s narrow, bustling streets where you'll check out the former Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, the iconic New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Reserve Bank, and more historical sights. You’ll also pass by one of NYC’s most popular and beloved statues: the Charging Bull, a symbol of financial might. The tour culminates with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial, former site of "Ground Zero.” Witness the memorial reflecting pools that occupy the footprints of each of the former Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Gain insight into what it was like to live through the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and its aftermath, while learning about many unsung heroes and acts of selflessness.   Other highlights of this comprehensive tour include the beautiful Trinity Church and cemetery, including the final resting place of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton; St. Paul’s Chapel; and views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

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What people are saying about 9/11 Museum

Richard arrived early for the tour, which was to our benefit. He was very good with all the information in regards to our tour. His knowledge of the 9/11 tragedy was immense, and his personal touch made the tour even more rewarding. Thank you Richard. Regards Philip & Philippa Neville

Andrew was our guide and was very polite and knowledgeable about the subject matter. He had considerable knowledge about the 9/11 attack and we both enjoyed the time spent with him. He took pictures of us and answered all of our questions. We had an outstanding time with Andrew!

We had a super nice guide. So we were able to get a lot of information that we would never have found out. Highly Recommended. It was a very emotional tour.

Very impressive and emotional tour around the 9/11 Memorial. Alice led the tour wonderfully and shared many personal stories from those affected by 9/11.

Really moving experience from start to finish. Guide very knowledgeable and made all stops engaging. So glad I took part.