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Reviewed April 7, 2019 via mobile

Our tour guides were personally connected to the tragedy, so it made the tour so much more moving and heartfelt. I highly recommend this tour for anyone wanting a first hand account of 9/11. Our main tour guide lost her son in the attack, and she shared her story and his in such a sad but impactful way.

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Reviewed April 7, 2019

The Museum brings to life the individual stories that make up the tragic events of 9/11. Being a short distance from the memorial, we definitely recommend that you make this part of your itinerary, as the visit compliments rather than replicates information contained in the Memorial Museum. The lay-out is good and is not too busy which allows you to spend time viewing the various displays. Friendly, informative and approachable staff too, with some sensitive touches such as boxes of tissues placed around the viewing areas.

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed April 3, 2019

This is an intimate, sensitive, insightful moving way to better understand the impact of the 9/11 events and its aftermath. Each tour is guided by a volunteer who is in some way connected and lived through this terrible time and is genuine way to understand the stories of victims, survivors, first responders, residents and rescue workers. Our guide, Kimberley, wonderfully led us through the memorial and brought stories to life and we were able to glimpse into the impact of those that were there on the fateful day and beyond. Take the tour, visit the museum (which is a short walk from the memorial museum) and be moved by the individual stories.

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed March 31, 2019 via mobile

Stumbled upon this museum after hearing about it in a book. The museum is small, but extremely powerful. If aont take long to get through but it will stay with you forever.

We were also honored to have done the Tribute tour with Desiree. She covered the building of the towers without going into all the engineering you so often hear about. She had super interesting tidbits that could not be seen in the 9/11 museum.

I really have no words for the tour with her. You cannot possibly fathom what it was like that day but I am so grateful that she shared her story with us.

This museum is more about the people and the stories , and less about items. It is absolutely worth the time—especially the tour.

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed March 26, 2019 via mobile

We had a tour from a lovely lady who's life has been hugely changed by 9/11. Her stories were extremely moving and genuine. The walk around the memorial is a great way to get a feel for the place and then to spend some time afterwards.

The Tdibute museum is we'll put together and had some great interactive exhibits. We did not go in the memorial museum to compare but it was certainly difficult to fault apart from that it is a short walk from the actual memorial site.

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