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Ground Zero

New York, NY 10007

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"If you choose to do the ferry, I'd have lunch next, then visit the 9/11 Memorial."  See More

"Ground Zero - Commemorate 9/11 and view the museum Brookfield Place - Food court with endless possibilities of food and shops Times Square Shuttle (S) to 456: Grand Central Terminal - Beautiful architecture and history behind the station and try the whispering arches in front of the Grand Central Oyster Bar and maybe a drink at The Campbell Apartment Dylan's Candy Bar - Feel like a kid again with nostalgic treats Serendipity 3 - Famous from the movie, Serendipity and their Frozen Hot Chocolate The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Travel through time and be inches from historical artifacts McSorleys Old Ale House - Oldest pub in NYC"  See More

"Ground ZeroThe National September 11 Memorial & Museum"  See More

"1) Statue of Liberty on the Staten Island Ferry 2) Ground Zero 3) Wall St 4) Empire State Building Observation Deck or the Top of the Rock for the view of the city - get the express tickets 5) The Metropolitan Museum of Art 6) Central Park or/and the High Line Park for outdoors 7) Times Square 8) Broadway show (if time permits) More options can be found here:"  See More

"But the Ground Zero museum is interesting."  See More

"The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, the Ground Zero 9/11 Memorial Museum, and the The Morgan Library & Museum, are my suggestions they are all unique."  See More

"Have a great trip; I am going myself in a few weeks and I plan to visit the Ground Zero9/11 Museum."  See More

"The Empire State Building opens at 8:00am and closes at 2:00am every day, and the last elevator up is at 1:15pm. As of 2014, tickets to the main deck are $29.00 for adults, $23.00 for 6-12 year-olds, and $50.00 for Express Passes. You may also want to experience the Sky Ride while you are there as well. The Sky Ride is a “super large flight simulator” which is basically a virtual reality helicopter ride through Manhattan and Central Park. Ask about it when you get there! For more information, log on to www.esbnyc.com. As an alternative to this, the rooftop on the 70th floor of Rockefeller Plaza (creatively named “Top of the Rock”) has been re-designed and re-opened after years of abandonment, and it is amazing! Unlike the Empire State Building, which uses a fence as protection, the Top of the Rock uses flat, non-reflective glass panels, which allows for completely unobstructed views of the Empire State Building and Central Park with no camera flash to ruin the pictures! They use a “timed-ticket” method, which means you choose what time you want to go, and this prevents having to wait in long lines when you arrive. They also have an option of purchasing “Sunrise Sunset” tickets, which allow guests to visit twice in one day. Purchase your “Sunrise Sunset” ticket for the first time slot you wish to attend and make another visit to Top of the Rock later in the day. Check out www.topoftherocknyc.com for more details! The Statue of Liberty/ Ellis Island ferry runs to the islands every fifteen minutes from 8:30am until 4:30pm, and the tickets can be purchased at Clinton Castle in Battery Park. Keep in mind that this tour runs about 3-4 hours depending on how much time you plan to spend on each island. As of 2014 monument access passes are $18.00 for adults, $9.00 for ages 4-12, and $14.00 for Senior Citizens (62 and over). Crown access passes are $21.00 for adults, $12.00 for ages 4-12, and $17.00 for Senior Citizens (62 and over). Also keep in mind that if you choose to go after 2:00pm you will only be able to go to either Liberty Island or Ellis Island. Ferry tickets and time passes can be ordered in advance by calling the ferry company at: 1-866-STATUE4 or online at !"  See More

"Because you are there so long, I would recommend taking in Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero."  See More

"Ground Zero is an emotionally charged space but is a long wait."  See More

"While you are near Ground Zero, stop by St Paul's Chapel and Trinity Church."  See More

"The second day, I'd start with a 9:00 AM visit to the Statue of Liberty, then do Ground Zero."  See More

"I would highly recommend visiting Ground Zero it is an incredible memorial that truly memorializes the tragedy of 9/11."  See More

"On a recent trip to New York, I wandered away from Ground Zero, poked into St."  See More

"I’d go to Ground Zero and Church of St."  See More








   
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