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Tony's personal account was chilling and mesmerizing. We highly recommend this tour.
My friend Gillian and I joined the group led by Jared and also John who had been involved in assisting victims at a nearby hospital on the day of the tragedy.
Jared was a fantastic guide, not only giving so much information about the incident, but also because of his background as a lawyer, he was able to tell us about the American Bill of Rights and other issues which made this a must interesting tour. While never imposing his personal opinions on us we learned many historical facts and also information about current issues in the US. We could have listened to him for hours!
John also gave us a sense of the turmoil that prevailed in the city that day and for many months afterwards.
Thanks again to both of them.
Marie K Taft UK
Gerard was a super guide, knowledgeable and courteous to guests. The 90 minute tour suited us and we saw all that we expected, with very informative commentary throughout. I would be happy to recommend this tour to others.
Wonderful, albeit sad. I saw my fraternity borther and room mate from college's name on the south tower wall for the first time........ Our guide Rob was outstanding.
This tour ticked all the boxes for us, 9/11 and Wall Street. We appreciated Tony's passion and knowledge. We finished the tour with a visit to the museum - a must but very, very sad! However, we came away with admiration and awe for the first responders, a new perspective of 9/11 that's not typically highlighted'.
Tour was great! Even though you can get direct access to the site now, it would not have helped tell the story of the day without the guide. Seeing and understanding the importance of St. Paul's was great. And we never would have found that beautiful fire fighter memorial on our own, I highly recommend the museum as well..though you tour that on your own, being part of the group got us admitted ahead of the line.
One of the highlights of our visit to New York, unforgettable. Our tour guide was a guy called Tony, a native New Yorker who is absolutely passionate about his city. The tour started at the New York Stock Exchange with Tony giving all the facts and history of all the major sites along the way to the 9/11 Memorial. Tony spoke with passion, emotion, comedy and occasional sarcasm and was an excellent guide. One of the highlights was sitting in St Pauls Chapel (The Little Church That Stood) before moving on to the 9/11 Memorial. The tour was very interesting and emotional and I would highly recommend it. Here's to NYC and its people.
The museum and the walking tour were both superb.. The guide on the walking tour we had was a couple blocks away when the towers went down. When we came to the museum he helped us and then he said I cannot go inside with you. I cannot go there yet. It is too much in my mind. It was the best museum I have been to. Don't miss it and take a tour so you get more of the story.
We absolutely loved our tour. We loved the fact that Robb (the best tour guide ever!!) gave us a tour through his eyes. It jusyt made it more personal. I wish other tour guides were like him. Thank you so much Robb!
The tour was excellent.The guide was personally involved and made it much more interesting.