Reflect on the terrible events of 11 September 2001 with a visit to the piognant 9/11 Memorial Museum. Listen to personal stories of rememberance and…
Experience the events of 9/11 and all that happened in the months that followed that tragic day, on a visit to the Ground Zero Museum and this…
On this combination you’ll visit the Empire State Building Observatory and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Take a ride around the city on a hop-on…
Enjoy skip-the-line access to some of the world's most challenging, curious art at The Museum of Modern Art's unique exhibits, in the heart of New…
Skip the line when you visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s finest art galleries. Visit the Met’s 19 curatorial collections…
Visit the American Museum of Natural History, the most interactive natural history museum in the world. Offering a vast array of exhibits and an IMAX…
Pause to reflect on the events of 11 September 2001 on a 5-hour all access tour of New York’s Ground Zero and 9/11 sites. Go to the 9/11 Museum and…
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, on New York City's famous Museum Mile, is Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece in Manhattan. With your…
See a magnificent collection of 20th-century American art with an entrance ticket to New York’s Whitney Museum. Take a free, guided tour of the…
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of history, science, and service, and is located on board the…
Visit the exhibitions at the 9/11 Tribute Center and understand the events surrounding America’s largest emergency response and recovery effort. The…
This unique experience is a wickedly tongue-in-cheek look at the turbulent history of one of New York’s most iconic sites.
Attractions in New York
- 1Manhattan Skyline
- 2Empire State Building
- 39/11 Memorial
- 4One World Trade Center
- 5Statue of Liberty
- 6Ellis Island Immigration Museum
- 7Ellis Island
- 8Rockefeller Center
- 9Brooklyn Bridge
- 10Top of the Rock Observation Deck
- 119/11 Museum
- 12Lower Manhattan
- 139/11 Tribute Center
- 14Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 15American Museum of Natural History
- 16Central Park
- 17Battery Park
- 18Times Square
- 20Guggenheim Museum
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What People Are Saying About New York
Very interesting and fantastic well performed exhibtion. I was so moved by every part of it.
This was the most hoped for exhibit to be memorable, but instead, it was the least emotional. Big cold empty spaces /walls with few really meaningful exhibit items or stories. When you walk in and hear the voices/see the words of people telling you where they were when the buildings were hit, you become emotionally connected - as we all remember where we were. They should have followed with TV film footage on screens showing the actual event, the panic, the fright, the disbelief; the professional rescuers and all the good samaritans and all those incredible stories. Where were they? Young people under 18 yrs will not understand or feel the horrible impact of it all. I was very disappointed. The best building of all is the Oculus by Spanish architect Calatrava- the white dove of hope and peace rising out of the "ashes" of 9/11. It was beautiful!
the museum is fascinating but the service you provide is less than satisfactory. had to pay for three new tickets, couldn't reach anyone from your company to help me. needed to have the tickets I bought previously from you send to my phone but no one available to help me out. the museum didn't have my name in their system and the ticket manager mentioned that he had had problems with your firm in the past. not a nice experience because of your firm - will not use you again or recommend you to friends.
Very easy to hear and understand. One of the best guides we have had in a long time.
The guide was so knowledgeable and interesting as he gave us a history of the twin towers etc. He spoke loudly and very plainly so as entire group could hear his comments.