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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

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 90 minutes

$22

Visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop for an intimate, detailed and emotional introduction to t...

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop 2-Hour Family Friendly Tour

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 2 hour

$25

Experience the events of 9/11 and all that happened in the months that followed that tragic day, on ...

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Ground Zero Museum, New York

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About Ground Zero Museum

 180 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007, United States

 +1 212-266-5211

 www.911memorial.org

Ground Zero Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

9/11 Memorial

The 9/11 Memorial was built on Ground Zero to remember and honor the people who lost their lives in the attack on the former World Trade Center twin towers

9/11 Tribute Center

Though all travelers to New York are familiar with the events of 9/11, most may not have heard the personal stories of people connected to the victims and survivors

Trinity Church

An Episcopalian (Anglican) church and parish was first established on this site in 1697 under charter by King William III

St Paul's Chapel

Built in 1776, the chapel is an active part of the Parish of Trinity Church and is Manhattan's oldest public building in continuous use

Woolworth Building

One of the oldest and most famous of New York's skyscrapers (dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'), the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was completed in 1913 and was the world's tallest building until 1930

New York City Hall

On a triangular city block between Broadway, Park Row and Chambers Street sits City Hall, a gorgeous gleaming white building completed in 1812 and still serves as the home of certain city government functions, such as the office of the mayor

City Hall Station

The original subway station, and quite a marvel to witness--the chandeliers and ornate tiling are a sharp contrast to the nearby Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station

Washington Market Park

New York Stock Exchange

A historic site, not least because of the Black Thursday crash of the Exchange on 24 October 1929 and the subsequent sell-off panic which started on Black Tuesday, 29 October, precipitating the worldwide Great Depression of the early 1930s

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