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Sightseeing in Tribeca, Manhattan

Memorial Site
“Make sure to go to the actual museum too! One of the best museums I've been too, and it is free after 5pm on Tuesdays. Go at 4:30pm to get tickets if you do decide to do the free entry.”
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“Memorial fountains, One world trade observatory (overpriced! book on groupon to save a bit), Occulus”
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“At the heart of lower Manhattan. This is the Freedom tower and the 911 museum are right there. This is where you end up if you take the WTC PATH train into the city. From here you can grab other subway lines or walk to the Wall Street area, Battery Park, City Hall and if you're adventurous walk over the Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn. There is a walking/biking path on the water that you can take all the way up the west side of the city on the Hudson. Very scenic. You can rent City Bikes here and many other places as a fun way to get around.”
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“For the most beautiful views of lower manhattan, the statue and bridges, including the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, definitely visit the top floor of One World Trade Center. Get here as early as possible (8 am) because lines will get longer throughout the day. Mondays-Wednesdays are ideal with less crowds. ”
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City Hall
“City Hall! Please walk around this picturesque area ! Im sure you will love this park with gas lights and a huge fountain! ”
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Monument / Landmark
“The High Line is an elevated railway transformed into a public park on Manhattan's West Side. The park features lush horticulture, artworks, seasonal food vendors, community programming, and unique views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline. Please note that the High Line's hours vary by season.”
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“Their tours are simply amazing. it's lobby is a monument to art-deco. Book online in advance”
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“September 11, 2001, is a day that remains indelibly etched in the hearts and minds of New Yorkers, Americans, and countless millions of people around the world. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Our favorite street. You'll feel like you're in Venice when you walk down this hidden alleyway complete with its own Bridge of Sighs.”
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