Let a private guide show you the 9/11 memorials in the most significant way.
No visit to New York City is complete without visiting these important and moving memorials.
One World Trade Center is New York City's proud and resounding response to the devastation and loss brought about by the 9/11 attacks of 2001. This inspirational complex is located in the space that was once, and thankfully no longer, referred to as Ground Zero. It consists of the 9/11 Memorial, the National September 11 Museum and One World Observatory.
At the former site of the Twin Towers, the reflecting pools and downward waterfalls of the 9/11 Memorial are a moving remembrance to all who perished that day. The names of each person who lost their life at the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, the plane crash site near Shanksville, PA and the World Trade Center bombing of 1993 are listed here, providing visual impact to mere numbers.
A visit to the National September 11 Museum will fill you with a deep sense of reverence and reflection as to the significance of the events of that fateful day and how they continues to impact our lives.
From a place of deep devastation, One World Observatory's 1,776 foot tower has risen from the ashes as a testimony to the indomitable spirit of the people of New York City and the United States. Now the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and the 6th tallest in the world, One World Observatory provides unparalleled views of the New York skyline and surrounding area, and provides inspiration to all who visit.
- There is walking involved in this tour. Please wear comfortable footwear.
- The order of this itinerary may change.
- Price of the tour includes admissions to the 9/11 Museum and Priority Admission to One World Observatory.
- Gratuity for the driver IS included in the cost of the tour.
- Gratuity for the guide is NOT included in the price of the tour.
Days offered: 7 days a week