City, First Time Visitor, Local Experience
Kid Friendly: Yes. Please note that we will be talking about the events and lives lost on September 11, 2001.
Pace is at your comfort level and tour content can be adjusted accordingly. Tour is accessible (subject to elevator maintenance).
Maximum travelers: 8
English (fluent), Spanish (conversational)
Visit the New WTC and 911 Memorial Pools
The events of September 11, 2001 were a tragedy for New Yorkers felt around the world. Together we'll visit the new World Trade Center site and surrounding area. We'll see and hear what's there, what's planned and how the National 9/11 Memorial design encompasses and reflects the lives of the almost 3, 000 victims we lost on that fateful day. We'll see the little chapel that stood (St. Paul's Chapel) and learn about it's role on 9/11 and can also see less prominent, often missed memorials like those for FDNY and NYPD, as well as the Eleven Tears Memorial. As much as the memorial site was a place of hurt and loss, it's all a place of hope, renewal and our commitment and ability to thrive for generations to come.
Start at St. Paul's Chapel (the little chapel that stood), see, and perhaps hear, the recently installed new-to-the-church organ (subject to daily closure).
World Trade Center Site
- National 9/11 Memorial (Memorial Pools)
- One World Trade Center ("Freedom Tower")
- Eleven Tears Memorial
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: St. Paul's Chapel (209 Broadway, between Vesey St and Fulton St)
End location: National 9/11 Memorial (World Trade Center)
Duration: 2 hours
The tour is customized to your unique needs (including time duration), taking breaks as needed.
Walking tour (stairs/escalators/elevators).
Private, Personal, Licensed NYC Tour Guide who will expertly guide you through the WTC area and the events of September 11, 2001.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 USD - You may get hungry (or thirsty) and we can take breaks as needed (cash is king).
Food, any optional admissions (e.g., for the 9/11 Memorial Museum or One World Observatory) and transportation.
As a licensed NYC tour guide, I have no restrictions.