The World Trade Center once stood tall and prominent, one of the world’s largest financial complexes and a symbol of New York City. This New York City walking tour takes you around Ground Zero to explore both the past and future of the World Trade Center. Visit the Ground Zero site and Financial district including the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street and the Federal Reserve Bank. For a comprehensive look into the events of September 11, add admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Whichever option you choose, this tour offers an unforgettable experience as you hear stories of the heroes of 9/11 and how New York City rose from the ashes of tragedy to flourish once more.
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  • Min price: $20.00
  • Recommended duration of visit: 3 hours
  • Departure Point: St Paul's Chapel

Departure Times:

  • 2.5-hour World Trade Center Walking Tour of Ground Zero and 9/11 Memorial led by a local guide
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  • 3-hour World Trade Center Walking Tour of Ground Zero and 9/11 Memorial led by a local guide. Includes timed admission tickets to the 9/11 Memorial Museum
$59.00 Book now
  • Good for:
    • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
    • Step back in time on a history tour
    • Fully narrated tour
    • Informative, friendly and professional guide
    • All entrance fees included
  • Operates: Daily
  • Inclusions:
    • Professional guide
    • 2.5 or 3-hour walking tour
    • Entrance to 9/11 Memorial
    • Timed entrance ticket to 9/11 Memorial Museum, if option selected at time of booking
  • Exclusions:
    • Food and drinks
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Gratuities (optional)
  • Additional info:
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • A moderate amount of walking is involved
    • Inaccessible by wheelchair
    • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
    • Please arrive 10 minutes prior to start time to meet the group
    • 9/11 Memorial Museum admission is not included unless option is selected at time of booking
  • Return Details: Concludes at the 9/11 Memorial
  • Cancellation Policy: If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
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  • 5
    - 19 December 2017 -

    We did this tour in 2012 when security was quite tight, we've returned this year 2017 and you can now walk round the memorial without going through security. Our tour guide was excellent and shared with us her experience of September 11th. Make sure you visit the American Express memorial on this tour, it's an amazingly touching memorial, which brought most of our tour to tears.

  • sam

    5
    - 19 December 2017 -

    We did this tour in 2012 when security was quite tight, we've returned this year 2017 and you can now walk round the memorial without going through security. Our tour guide was excellent and shared with us her experience of September 11th. Make sure you visit the American Express memorial on this tour, it's an amazingly touching memorial, which brought most of our tour to tears.

  • 4
    - 28 October 2017 -

    My tour was changed from Thursday to Friday, due to no other bookings on the Thursday. The tour of the World Trade Center and American Express Building was very detailed and interesting. However, I understood that this tour was also to include the Financial District so I was disappointed that the tour ended after two hours 220 pm to 420 pm, except for those continuing on to the Optional Museum ticket. I questioned if we were supposed to visit the financial District and was pointed in that direction, if I wished to go there on my own. However, the portion of the tour that we did was excellent!

  • derrickjanice

    4
    - 28 October 2017 -

    My tour was changed from Thursday to Friday, due to no other bookings on the Thursday. The tour of the World Trade Center and American Express Building was very detailed and interesting. However, I understood that this tour was also to include the Financial District so I was disappointed that the tour ended after two hours 220 pm to 420 pm, except for those continuing on to the Optional Museum ticket. I questioned if we were supposed to visit the financial District and was pointed in that direction, if I wished to go there on my own. However, the portion of the tour that we did was excellent!

  • 1
    - 25 September 2017 -

    Unfortunately, this tour was awful. The tour guide arrived late and was sloppily dressed in dirty pants, rumpled shirt. He acted strange, stopping at frequent intervals to pick up trash! He had very limited knowledge of the subject of the tour and often seemed to be distracted. When we asked a question, he either gave a nebulous answer, or looked it up on his cell phone, or asked a street vendor for the answer. I hesitate to give this tour even one star...we were very disappointed.

  • Patricia M

    1
    - 25 September 2017 -

    Unfortunately, this tour was awful. The tour guide arrived late and was sloppily dressed in dirty pants, rumpled shirt. He acted strange, stopping at frequent intervals to pick up trash! He had very limited knowledge of the subject of the tour and often seemed to be distracted. When we asked a question, he either gave a nebulous answer, or looked it up on his cell phone, or asked a street vendor for the answer. I hesitate to give this tour even one star...we were very disappointed.

  • 1
    - 19 June 2017 -

    Definitely go to the Museum. I would bypass the walking tour. It was lengthy and we did not see much or learn anything that was worth the money. If there was something you really wanted to see, do it on your own time. It could have been our guide as well. He didn't seem very interested in the information he was giving us on the spots we visited. I would have rather spent the time at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

  • Denise. L

    1
    - 19 June 2017 -

    Definitely go to the Museum. I would bypass the walking tour. It was lengthy and we did not see much or learn anything that was worth the money. If there was something you really wanted to see, do it on your own time. It could have been our guide as well. He didn't seem very interested in the information he was giving us on the spots we visited. I would have rather spent the time at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

  • 5
    - 16 February 2017 -

    Very touching and emotional. The tour make you go back in time and reflect on how awful this attack was. Debbie was a fantastic guide, and was able to make me cry with the stories she told

  • meheve

    5
    - 16 February 2017 -

    Very touching and emotional. The tour make you go back in time and reflect on how awful this attack was. Debbie was a fantastic guide, and was able to make me cry with the stories she told

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