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One World & 9/11 Memorial Museum 2017

One World  & 9/11 Memorial Museum 2017

Strangers, friends and family, let us come together as one to honor the nearly 3,000 victims that lost their lives, and those who risked their own lives to save others, in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 by visiting The National September 11 Memorial Museum.

Package Includes: 

Admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, One World Observatory and Transportation.

 

Dates & Departures:

 

July 11, 2017 - Departs:  York Springs, Hanover, York

October 8, 2017 - Departs:  York Springs, Carlisle, Camp Hill & Harrisburg

 

 

12:00pm  Entry into One, World Trade Observatory (Please note: you will have to stand in line to wait for the elevator)

              Free time to explore and have lunch on your own at one of three eateries on the 101st floor.

3:00pm    Entry time into the 911 Museum.

              Free time to enjoy the museum at your leisure.

5:30pm    Depart 911 Museum.

              Fast-food stop on the way home.

 

 

**Items that are NOT PERMITTED in the One World Observatory include bags (including back packs), packages or luggage over the following dimensions: No more than 25" high x no more than 17" wide x no more than 9" deep.  For a complete list of additional items PROHIBITED in the One World Observatory call the Wolf's Bus Lines office at 1-800-692-7804 extension 1**

 

 

***ALL WOLF'S TOURS - Times and Itinerary are Subject to Change***

Day 1

A fast-food rest stop will be made en route to New York City. Our first stop will be at One World Trade Observatory, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Ascend to the top in less than 60 seconds for a 360-degree view of New York City and an experience like no other. You are first greeted in the Global Welcome Center featuring a dynamically generated world map highlighting the hometown of visitors. Then, experience a program titled "Voices," which tells the personal stories of the men and women who built One World Trade Center, then "Foundations" provides a close-up view of the very bedrock on which the building stands. Don't miss the two-minute video presentation that brings New York City to dramatic life in three dimensions, and the Main Observatory on the 100th floor to get a 360-degree view of the city and beyond. After time to explore the observatory, you have time to have lunch on your own at One World Observatory offering three distinct dining options on the 101st floor. Then, we will travel a few blocks to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, (all visitors are subject to a security screening). You are on your own to tour the Memorial Museum, as well as the Memorial. The artifacts on display in the museum document the events surrounding the 9/11 attack, while presenting personal stories of loss, acts of compassion, and remarkable recovery that are vital in telling the story of the attacks and the aftermath. The museum’s 110,000 square feet of exhibition space rests in the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center and houses a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts, multimedia displays, archives and narratives that take you back to those tragic attacks by terrorists on American soil and gives you the opportunity to become more familiar with the men, women, and children who died. Located within walking distance to the 9/11 Memorial Museum is St. Paul’s Chapel. For more than eight months following the devastating attacks, St. Paul’s doors remained open as a relief site for emergency workers in order to provide food, respite and sanctuary. On September 11, the church yard was filled with debris, but not a pane of glass was broken nor a headstone damaged. As time permits, you may wish to visit the chapel on your own before departing New York City.

12:00pm Entry into One, World Trade Observatory (Please note: you will have to stand in line to wait for the elevator)

Free time to explore and have lunch on your own at one of three eateries on the 101st floor.

3:00pm Entry time into the 911 Museum.

Free time to enjoy the museum at your leisure.

5:30pm Depart 911 Museum.

Fast-food stop on the way home.

**Items that are NOT PERMITTED in the One World Observatory include bags (including back packs), packages or luggage over the following dimensions: No more than 25" high x no more than 17" wide x no more than 9" deep. For a complete list of additional items PROHIBITED in the One World Observatory call the Wolf's Bus Lines office at 1-800-692-7804 extension 1**

**ALL WOLF'S TOURS - Times and itinerary are subject to change.**

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Pick up locations can vary by date. Please visit detailed overview tab for tours with multiple dates.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Pick up locations can vary by date. Please visit detailed overview tab for tours with multiple dates.

Name Address Contact Details
Camp Hill Camp Hill Radisson, 1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Park near Radisson sign across from McDonalds
Carlisle Carlisle Point Mall, 800 East High Street
Park in mall lot across from Pizza Hut
Harrisburg Mall Harrisburg Mall -3501 Paxton St.
Park near Pole 32
York Springs York Springs - Wolf's Terminal
200 Old US Rt. 15 - Park near large sign
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