Ground Zero is the site of the 9/11 disaster that destroyed the World Trade Center twin towers in New York. 3000 people died ... More
Ground Zero is the site of the 9/11 disaster that destroyed the World Trade Center twin towers in New York. 3000 people died that day, with nothing much left except for the Battery Memorial, a glittering ball that once stood in the middle of the fountain near the towers. It still stands today as a reminder of that disastrous day and in memory of the twin towers. The Ground Zero Museum is located across the street from Ground Zero. There are five new buildings coming up in the place of the twin towers.
Forget the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building , for a true slice of the real, living New
York City, visitors need to check out the New Fulton Fish Market which has recently been relocated. The massive ...
Gray Line New York Sightseeing offers the signature hop on, hop off bus tours throughout New York City. With a
fleet of new double decker buses, visitors can enjoy the All Loops Tour, which includes The Uptown Loop, The ...
This is a must for any visitor to New York City. The official visitors' bureau is innovative with a Video
Wall where you can view photos or hear advice about what to do in New York. The center also ...