Plan your trip 9/11 Memorial and Museum Insider Tour
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When you come here you will hear stories of heroism on the ground and the spirit of rebirth in the aftermath of 9/11. Plan your trip 9/11 Memorial and Museum Insider Tour today. Get driving directions for this sightseeing tour.
1. St. Paul’s Chapel
One block from the 9/11 attacks, an ancient church miraculously escaped the cascading rubble.
2. 9/11 Memorial
Where you can pay your respects to those who perished at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. You'll learn about the memorial plaza's significant locations, such as the Survivor Tree and Reflecting Absence, the continent's largest man-made waterfalls.
3. 9/11 Museum
Artifacts and first-person accounts from September 11th are on display in the museum. We recommend spending at least two hours at the museum, however, you are free to remain as long as it is open.
As seen from Ground Zero, the magnificent entryway to the One World Trade Center.
The new World Trade Center is a memorial to those who died in the attacks and a celebration of the city's resiliency. "Voices," a film devoted to the men and women of the World Trade Towers and the new One World Trade Center, kicks off your self-guided tour in the lobby.
Take the Sky Pod elevator to the top of Freedom Tower after that. There, you may visit the See Forever Theater as well as the One World Observatory's 360-degree, 1,250-foot observation deck, which offers stunning views of Manhattan.
5. One World Observatory
The One World Trade Center, also known as Freedom Tower, has a 360-degree viewing deck.
Get directions to One World Observatory: https://driving-directionsmaps.com/