PLATINUM SUPPORTERS
Accompanying Persons

9/11 Memorial and Museum

 

Tuesday, September 3 / 10:30 am and 11:00 am

Ticket required for this tour: $46

 

IABSE has reserved a block of tickets for accompanying persons to visit the National September 11 Museum and Memorial. This includes a timed entry to the museum, which displays artifacts associated with 9/11 and presenting stories of loss and recovery. Directly outside the Museum is the 9/11 Memorial which is open to the public. This is a paid event that includes the timed museum entry.

Space is limited; sign-up is required during registration.

 

 

Walking Tour of Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO

 

Monday, September 2 / 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

 

This walking tour across the Brooklyn Bridge will highlight the engineering marvel of the bridge and its history while everyone takes in the iconic views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Statue of Liberty. The tour will start in Manhattan and end in DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass – an industrial-turned-boutique neighborhood), Brooklyn. Here one can explore the Empire Stores converted coffee warehouse, which features retail, restaurants, and sweeping views of the city, as well as the historic refurbished Jane’s Carousel. At the end of the tour, attendees can continue to explore the area, or take the subway or ferry back from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Note that this tour will involve approximately 2 miles of walking.

 

 

High Line Walking Tour

 

Wednesday and Thursday / September 4 and 5 / 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

On Wednesday and Thursday, we are offering walking tours of the High Line, originating from the Javits Center. The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line, elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West side. This is a public space including access to cutting edge architecture, art, nature, and design. The walking tours will be lead by local engineers that were involved with construction and historic preservation projects in the area.

Note that this tour will involve approximately 1 mile of walking.