9/11 Memorial Group Tour Package

This Sunday marks the 10th Anniversary of the tragic World Trade Center attack that occurred on September 11th, 2011.

Following the attacks, New Yorkers stood together to rebuild, reflect and remember one of the most tragic days in our country’s history. We at Gray Line New York are incredibly proud to show guests how amazing our city and its people are every day of the year. We will never forget.

This Sunday, the National September 11 Memorial is opening its doors to families of the nearly 3,000 victims.

The future World Trade Center after construction.

Nearly a decade after 9/11, the Ground Zero Memorial opens to families of the victims for a special commemoration at the Memorial’s two reflecting pools located within the footprints of the former Twin Towers. President Obama, former President George W. Bush, NYC Mayor Bloomberg and other officials will attend the event where the names of the nearly 3,000 victims will be read.

Beginning Monday, September 12, the Memorial opens to the public:

In an effort to minimize vehicular traffic in lower Manhattan, a limited number of visitor passes have been allocated to Gray Line New York on a daily basis for use with our existing hop-on, hop-off double-decker bus tour of lower Manhattan.

As a result, the package described in the image above is available for groups of at least ten (10) persons.

For reservations and additional information, please contact us:

Phone: 212-812-2701 Email: groups@graylinenewyork.com

Click here for more information on 9/11 Memorial Group Tours.

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