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World Trade Center Walking Tour
Local Tour Guide’s Personal Recount of 9/11 Attacks
Tour of the Main 9/11 Memorials
Past, Present, & Future of WTC
Tour the World Trade Center With a Guide Present in NYC During the 9/11 Attacks
Take a walking tour with a local guide who can give first-hand accounts of the tragic events of 2001. Visit the main memorials in the area and learn about the new constructions and what the future holds for the site.
Walk through the World Trade Center site with your guide
Visit memorials like the Firefighter’s Memorial and the 911 Memorial
Learn about the regeneration project, visiting sites like the Oculus
Hear first-hand accounts from the fateful day in 2001
Discover what’s in store for the area in the future
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$40 per person English tour
$45 per person Italian tour
Fulton Street and Broadway, inside the Fulton Mall, Manhattan
Monday to Sunday, January to December
Entrance to the Oculus, The Wintergarden, The Firefighter’s Memorial and The 911 Memorial
Tours available in English and Italian
Entrance to the National 911 Memorial Museum and One World Observatory
What to bring
Comfortable shoes and a positive attitude
What's in Store
Want to know more about the World Trade Center and the events of 9/11? This walking tour will tell you all you need to know and your local guide was even present in NYC during the attacks. We will show you around the area which was once known as “Ground Zero” and now goes by the name of the new World Trade Center. Our guide will outline the events of the day, giving you first-hand accounts of the tragedy. Visit the moving memorials that have been installed, commemorating the firefighter’s, office workers and more. Tour the impressive 9/11 Memorial, also known as the World Trade Center fountains, which stands in the place of the Two Towers and are the nation’s largest man-made waterfalls.
Then we will move on to the present, looking at the constructions that currently stand at the site. You will learn about their design and the ideas behind their forms. Your guide will fill you in on how the regeneration of this area has affected New Yorkers. Finally, you will look to the future and learn about the plans to continue investing in the area.
After the tour, you can choose to return to the National 9/11 Memorial Museum to continue learning more about this fateful day. The entrance is not included in the ticket price.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your cancellation policy?
All our tours are non-refundable, with the exception of inevitable emergency or cases of extreme weather, in this case, the tour can be credited for up to 1 year.
What happens if I am late for my tour?
Please call the number available on your confirmation. The guide can be contacted in order to connect you with the group.
Will we visit the National 9/11 Memorial Museum on the tour?
We will visit the building from the outside, but the entrance is not included in the tour. But we highly recommend that you visit after the tour has ended.
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Check out What Our Guests Are Saying
She was professional yet fun and entertaining. She kept us engaged and was extremely accommodating. The program was well planned with enough downtime.