NYC: One World Observatory and World Trade Center Tour

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Take a guided tour of the top sites of the World Trade Center and the memorials. Guarantee your visit to the One World Observatory with pre-reserved tickets. This new attraction is fast becoming the most popular place to visit in New York City! Book your NYC: One World Observatory and World Trade Center Tour here.

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St. Peter’s Church

Book the NYC: One World Observatory and World Trade Center Tour in advance! The tour starts at St. Peter’s Church. This was a place of prayer and support after the 9/11 attacks.

Hand-drawn cards, memorials, and photographs still adorn its walls.

It’s a poignant reminder of the city’s resilience in the face of adversity.

It stands as a testament to the spirit of unity that emerged in the aftermath.

Visitors often find solace and strength in this sacred space.

It’s a place where hope was kindled amidst despair.

Hidden Sites

With a local guide, you’ll discover sites you might have missed.

These are special spots away from the major landmarks.

They offer a unique perspective on the city’s history and culture.

These hidden gems tell a story of the city that often goes unnoticed.

They are the silent witnesses to the city’s past and present.

They echo the city’s resilience and spirit.

9/11 Memorial

Your guide will show you the Twin Reflecting Pools at the 9/11 Memorial.

They are built in the footprints of the World Trade Center.

Staff place a single rose on each victim’s name on their birthday.

This touching tribute is a testament to the city’s enduring memory.

It’s a place of reflection and remembrance, honoring those who lost their lives.

The pools serve as a mirror, reflecting the city’s resilience and hope.

It’s a solemn reminder of the lives lost and the courage displayed.

Fireman’s Memorial

You’ll visit the Fireman’s Memorial to honor the brave men and women who worked tirelessly after the attacks.

Their courage and dedication are an inspiration to us all.

It’s a tribute to the heroes who risked their lives to save others.

The memorial stands as a symbol of their selfless service and sacrifice.

It’s a place where we remember and honor their bravery.

Survivor’s Tree

You’ll see the Survivor’s Tree, a symbol of New York’s enduring strength.

This single tree survived the attacks and was nursed back to health.

It stands as a beacon of hope amidst the city’s skyline.

It’s a living testament to the city’s resilience and the power of renewal.

Its thriving presence is a message of rebirth and resilience.

It’s a symbol of life’s triumph over adversity.

One World Observatory

NYC: One World Observatory and World Trade Center Tour – The tour ends with a visit to the One World Observatory.

This activity includes pre-reserved tickets, regardless of crowd size.

Your guide will leave you for an independent visit here.

Videos in the lobby showcase the building’s production and its builders.

Afterwards, you’ll board a skypod for a unique journey.

These special elevators, created with Universal Studios, are covered with LCD screens.

You’ll watch New York’s evolution from the 1600s to today during the 42-second ascent.

Disembark at the top of 1 World Tower for panoramic city views.

From this vantage point, you can truly appreciate the city’s resilience and beauty.

It’s a breathtaking view that encapsulates the spirit of New York.

It’s a moment of awe and reflection, a testament to the city’s indomitable spirit.

Are you looking for a different itinerary or different options for your Observation Decks in New York City? – Then explore more on Best New York City Observation Decks.

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22 Barclay St, New York, NY 10007, USA

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New York City

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New York (State)

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3 reviews for NYC: One World Observatory and World Trade Center Tour

  1. Christine – Britain (verified owner)

    Our guide Kevin was so friendly and so knowledgeable about New York and the details of 9/11. We learnt so much from him and felt comfortable asking questions.

  2. Lee – Britain (verified owner)

    Excellent tour and a very personal view of events at 9/11. Kevin our guide was extremely knowledgeable and made the tour as light hearted as it needed to be. We learnt lots we didn’t know. The 1 WTC experience was also great and a must do when in NYC. We had views at dusk and into the evening which was a great time to see the City under lights.

  3. Lorraine – Britain (verified owner)

    Katherine was a fab guide and provided a personal insight into the background of 9/11 which fully captured the emotion of this tragic event. We were also lucky enough to have met 2 fabulous people from Oregon on our tour which made the time spent extra enjoyable. The observatory itself has the wow factor and I would recommend seeing this as part of a visit to NY.

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