Ground Zero Tour with Fire Stations and Reflecting Pools
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About this experience
Our carefully designed 9/11 Ground Zero Tour will give you an intimate look at the 9/11 terrorist attacks through the accounts of people who survived them, while visiting the memorial and the landmarks of the area.
The 9/11 Ground Zero Tour will start by visiting two churches that were both fundamental staging grounds for the rescue and recovery procedures during the aftermath of September 11th.
We are going to see the famous fence around St. Paul’s that was converted into a spontaneous memorial to those that were lost.
As we visit many other memorials and landmarks affected by the attacks, including Ladder 10, the Bell of Hope, the Koenig Globe, and more, our professional guide will tell you anecdotes and stories about the humans behind the disaster, some already iconic and some less known.
This 9/11 Ground Zero Tour includes the Reflection Pools that sit in the traces of the old Twin Towers and provides great views of the One World Observatory before finally ending at the Survivor Tree, a Callery pear tree that endured the attacks and now stands as a pure reminder of the resilience of life.
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How to use the voucher
Exchange your printed voucher at the meeting point
This experience is non-refundable
While never expected, tips/gratuity are always appreciated. Please note that guests must arrive 10 minutes before tour departure time.
St. Peter’s Church
St. Paul’s church & cemetery
One World Observatory
Ladder 10 firehouse
Greek Orthodox Church
Anne Frank tree
What's not included
-Entrance fees or tickets to any sites
This tour begins in front of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church located on 2