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Absolutely no wait to experience a truly amazing museum!

I cannot say enough about the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. It is inspiring, heartbreaking, a truly profound experience. Needless to say, the lines can become overwhelming. Booking through Get Your Guide made the experience quite simple, allowing us to focus on our visit. I highly recommend Get Your Guide. We have used their services in NY, London, and Glasgow. Looking forward to using them in other cities as well!

A fantastic tour of all the best sights with an amazing guide

A brilliant way to see New York if you only have a short time as you get to experience all the major sights with a fantastically friendly and knowledgable guide. The observatory entry is a must see you get the most incredible view of the whole island and beyond. Lynsey our guide was warm, funny and so helpful and gave us the confidence to explore further on our own in the days after her tour.

Finally paid honor to so many's sacrifice, standing where they rest.

A beautiful honor to the many who perished innocently & to those who heroically went in to save them and perished with them. May it eternally help future generations to come to Never Forget the sacrifices. I cried again as I did on 9/11/2001. Thank you for this memorial, a testament to man's love for our fellowman.

Overall it was great to get ticket at lower cost.

We were told to meet at meeting point to exchange voucher with actual ticket but it wasn't necessary. The voucher already had bar code to use as ticket so we just went straight to entrance. We were looking for booth or a person at meeting point but we didn't find anyone and it wasn't necessary.

So very sad, yet such a powerful memory for so many!

I cried. I was last in NYC in 1997 and went in the towers with my brother and grandmother. So very strange to see them gone. The saddest day in history changed the USA forever. RIP to every hero and citizen that died that horrific day.