9/11 Memorial Tour & Priority Entrance 9/11 Museum Tickets

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2 hrs

Max 20

Why take this tour?

Immerse yourself in the human stories behind the tragedy of September 11 with this poignant 9/11 Memorial Tour. With a local guide, you'll pay your respects at the most important sites from the 9/11 attacks; including St Paul's Chapel, the Fireman's Memorial, the Reflecting Pools and The Survivor's Tree. Then visit the incredible 9/11 Museum with pre-reserved priority entrance tickets.

Take your time at the 9/11 Museum, with priority access

Peek behind the headlines of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and discover the human stories so often forgotten, on this touching 9/11 Memorial tour.

This intimate tour begins in St. Peter's Chapel, where New Yorkers gathered for news of their missing loved ones in the immediate aftermath of the attacks. As the days ticked by, St Paul's Chapel became an incredible center of support for the victims and their families, and has remained so to this day. Led by your local guide, you'll see the messages and gifts that arrived here from all over the world, and hear the story of this historic spot.

At the 9/11 Memorial, you'll stop at the Fireman's...

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Peek behind the headlines of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and discover the human stories so often forgotten, on this touching 9/11 Memorial tour.

This intimate tour begins in St. Peter's Chapel, where New Yorkers gathered for news of their missing loved ones in the immediate aftermath of the attacks. As the days ticked by, St Paul's Chapel became an incredible center of support for the victims and their families, and has remained so to this day. Led by your local guide, you'll see the messages and gifts that arrived here from all over the world, and hear the story of this historic spot.

At the 9/11 Memorial, you'll stop at the Fireman's Memorial to learn of the FDNY's heroism during the attacks, and see the Survivor Tree, to hear the story of how a small pear tree near the Twin Towers has become a symbol for rebirth around the city.

Naturally, you can't miss the Reflecting Pools, which were built in the footprints of the fallen towers and are lined with plaques listing the names of each of the 2,606 people killed in New York on September 11th, and the names of those killed in the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993.

This 9/11 Memorial Tour saves the best for last with a visit to the stunning 9/11 Memorial Museum. We have pre-reserved your tickets so even if the line stretches around the block, you'll stroll right in for your visit. Before you enter, your guide will give you a rundown on how the museum is laid out and what to keep an eye out for, including artifacts from the attack, personal items of those who were lost, and stories from victims and survivors. It can be a tear-jerker so we let you take your time and experience this singular museum by yourself.

  • Sites Visited
  • St Paul's Chapel
  • 9/11 Memorial & Reflecting Pools
  • The Survivor Tree
  • The Fireman's Memorial
  • The Oculus
  • One World Trade Center
  • 9/11 Museum (self-guided)
  • Tour Includes
  • Priority entrance 9/11 Museum tickets
  • 9/11 Memorial tour
  • Local tour guide
  • Small groups of 20 people or fewer
  • Headsets
Discover the human stories of September 11th
St. Peter's Chapel, your meeting point
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Alice was respectful as she told the stories about World Trade Center victims. I learned more about that day and left the site pleased that I had met Alice


FAQ

How does entry to the 911 Museum work?
You can only enter the 9/11 museum with a pre-purchased, timed entrance. You will enter at 5pm without your guide and without waiting in line. Average length of visit is 2 hours, so please plan for at least this much time.
Are there any restrictions on what I can bring into the 911 Museum?
You will need to pass through airport-style security to enter the 9/11 Museum. Certain items are not permitted in the Museum and such as weapons, sharp items and scissors, or large bags. Dangerous items will be confiscated and will not be returned. Large bags will not be allowed inside the museum.