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5 Facts About St. Paul’s Chapel

The Chapel was named after St. Paul, who was born as Saul of Tarsus in the early first century and martyred in Rome in year 67. The original Chapel opened in 1776, but was rebuilt in 1790 after the Great Fire of 1776. After he took his oath of office as the first President of the United States, George Washington attended services at St. Paul’s Chapel. After the attacks on September 11, 2001, St. Paul’s[…]

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What to Eat in the Financial District

Paying their respects at the 9/11 Memorial and the Museum is the highlight of many of our guests’ trips to New York City. Given all there is to see and learn, a visit can last anywhere between a couple of hours and an entire day. If you plan on staying in the area for a while, consider any of the restaurants or eateries on the following list, which we have carefully curated to accommodate a[…]

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Testimonials from New Yorkers on 9/11

Ask New Yorkers to talk about 9/11, and they will likely recall the day and events that unfolded in vivid detail: the clear September morning, where they were when the towers fell, the shock and disbelief, and the feeling of irrevocable change that settled in the aftermath. We asked our tour guides to share their memories of that day. As diverse as they may be, their firsthand accounts of the tragedy and heroism of 9/11[…]

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