326 reviews of World Trade Center Walking Tour
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Reviewed by Karen W, October 2012
The best way to see and learn about what happened on the day that no one will ever forget. Our guide Kevin gave great insight with many moving stories and details about this historic event. Very moving. Would highly recommend this tour.
Reviewed by GordonWT, October 2012
The tour guide was a very nice chap and was very informative.
The tour was poignant and uplifting too.
Definitely one to consider on your NYC visit.
Reviewed by Alison S, October 2012
Brilliant - the starting point of the chapel made a huge difference as did the guide - would recommend
Reviewed by Hamilton S, October 2012
The tour was excellent. Tour guide, Kevin, was knowledgeable and handled all questions well. I would recommend this tour to every visitor to New York. Suggest that you arrive at the meeting point (St Pauls) early and spend time in the church on your own. Emotional!!. Thanks Kevin for a great tour.
Reviewed by Patsy K, September 2012
We took the tour on Sept. 22nd and had a wondeful guide Annie. She was what made the tour so great. Her attention to detail and her wanting to make sure she told us about all the real "heroes" who sacrified so much was wonderful - Pat and Jerry Kylander, Gibsonville, NC
Reviewed by Noel W, September 2012
Guide gave us a comprehensive background briefing and monuments to office workers and memorial inspiring.
Reviewed by AR, United Kingdom, September 2012
Excellent. Very informative with a really good knowledgeable guide.
Reviewed by Sondra B, September 2012
It was terrific. Annie gfave her personal account of 9/11 as she was working in a nearby building. She gave a very tender touch of what happened and showed us the actual areas. The American Express building with the tribute to the 7 employees who died was the most impressive to me.
My only concern was that I was expecting to go into the memorial and felt that perhaps the advertizement could have been more explicit.
It was a wonderful tour that I will always cherish. Thank you.
Reviewed by Patricia A. B, USA, September 2012
It was very interesting and I learned a lot of information about the area and what the plans are for the buildings and the museum which I was sorry not to be finished so I could see it as well hopefully I can return when it is completed
Reviewed by Alexander S, September 2012
The tour was amazing. Annie, our tour guide was very knowledgeable (entertaining too!) she gave us so much information, every detail she shared with us. We worried about a 3 hour tour but it went by very, very fast. It was a humbling experience for us. We were glad we included this tour in our NYC trip. Also, our experience with Viator was fantastic. Than you so much. Everything worked without a hitch! Alex and Alena.
Reviewed by mommatravels, September 2012
Well conducted. This could be done on your own but it is timesaving to have someone conduct it. The pace was fast and the leader very helpful. Enjoyed the pace
Reviewed by Jeff W, September 2012
Annie was an excellent tour guide. She was thorough and friendly. Annie also helped us with directions around the city and made us feel important and not like we were bothering her.
Reviewed by Delilah R, September 2012
Great Experience!! Annie our tour guide was very good at giving a deep down insight to what happened on 9/11 . The 3 hour tour went fast with all the information given you want more. Plus u can bypass the memorial fountain long line and go right to it with the tour. I highly recommend this tour . Ask for Annie as your tour guide.
Reviewed by Kate E, September 2012
Annie our tour guide was very informative. It really was a moving experince. sams tours is who she works for. I am so taken back by the New Yorkers sadness I hope we can learn from this and move on. In our thoughts and prayers always. Kate Ertel
Reviewed by Janet W, September 2012
My wife and I were both curious as to what kind of memorial the city of New york was going to leave for the people that sadly died in the 9/11 disaster. For us it was a really moving experience. Our guide was a lady that had obviously had a personal knowledge of what happened that day and gave us an insight as to how the days events evolved. So be prepared to shed a tear or two because I think you will remember it for a long time to come. The walk took us to some of the buildings around the area and gave us a different view of the memorial. We also saw the teardrop memorial. All in all a worthwhile tour which we would thoroughly recommend.