Highly recommend this walking tour. Our tour guide Alison, was very knowledgeable and shared her personal experience/memories of that day while attending school in NYC. It brought back memories I had of that day. The museum was awesome which exhibited timeline of that day, many pictures, video and audio of peoples experience that day. There were items that were damaged by the attack fire truck, ambulance, clothing, plane, buildings, etc. Top of One World Trade had awesome views of the city.
Absolutely amazing tour, with a fantastic tour guide think her name was Denerise who was so knowledgeable and passionate, and who passed on the empathy and passion for the tragic events of that day, and who had first hand knowledge / memories. I learnt so much more that I didnt know about the events of the tragic day, that I felt very emotional. One World Observatory is fantastic and the museum really brings home the tragic events but in a very sympathetic way -definitely a tour to do while in New York - highly recommend
Ryan did a great job, but the tour was not organized in a way to truly allow one to appreciate the 9/11 Museum. There is a timed entry for both the museum and the One World Observatory. There is far more to see in the museum, but once you exit you are not allowed back in. The museum entry was first and the observatory was last. As a result, the experience as a whole was over priced!! A large part of the museum had be just walked through without time to see things in order to get to the next location. No tour is given of the museum as part of this package and little time is available to do those offerings regularly made available to the visitors.
This tour is a must, it was very moving and emotional, our tour guide Elizabeth was awesome and even had a close personal experience that she shared with us, this tour brought back lots of memories I had that day, the Museum was amazing and it's all underground where you can see the actual foundation of the building still there and many relics like a fire engine, parts of the plane and buildings, many pictures with video and audio playing of love ones leaving phone messages. Top of One World Trade had awesome views of the city and harbor.
We enjoyed the tour very much, but consider:
1. More appreciation re St. Paul’s Church - nothing was said about it’s importance post 9-11. 2. No politicizing at all. 3. More instruction regarding the specific elevator times when the tickets are handed out. 4. Wonderful: Oculus and AmEx Memorial; One W