Reviewed by: Angela M, July 2016
Very informative walking tour of Wall Street and 9/11. The 2:30pm tour left enough time for the museum. We left the museum at 7:30pm closing time and took 8pm lift to One World. It was a beautiful sunset. We didn and #39;t realise that the memorial fountains closed at 9pm but we took a few pictures.
Reviewed by: ANDPeltier, July 2016
We took a tour with Fred, a superb local who could tell us so much about history and present. We have been to NYC 5 years ago, but this tour was something we missed on our agenda before. Fred was very knowledgeable and answered any question we had. Wish Id had a history teacher like Fred when I was in school. Great tour, a must see!
Reviewed by: Brett V, June 2016
Our tour guide was named Annie and she was fabulous. She really knew her facts and was so much fun to spend time with. My family really enjoyed our tour. We learned so much and I would recommend her as a tour guide as she was welcoming, warm, friendly and our experience was very enjoyable.
Reviewed by: Jennifer C, United States of America, June 2016
Annie was a wonderful walking tour guide. A
Reviewed by: Michael L, June 2016
I had been looking forward for years to experience 911. We calmly greeted the guide in the nearby church, and she told us her story so we could relate as ordinary people to another ordinary person who experienced an extraordinary event. She was amazing. We were able to see so much because of her knowledge, and because we had a small group, luckily. Highly recommend the tour and this guide!
Reviewed by: H W, April 2016
Very informative tour guide, thanks Fred. Would highly recommend tour.
Reviewed by: Elizabeth L, March 2016
Annie was so nice and knowledgeable. She shared her personal experience of the horror on 9/11 and then took us around to show how New York rebuilt itself inspite of what happened. We visited the memorial pools the new trade center and the underground tunnel. She had so much factual info that enhanced the overall value of the tour.