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Visitors can learn about the UN's peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts by touring the complex, even when it is in session. Important notice: Because of the new public access regulations and limitations starting June 2013, please also note that tour...more
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All three enjoyed it.
The guide imparted a lot of information as to the workings of the
UN and guided them to various areas of interest.
Of particular note was the structure of the building itself.
It has stood the test of time and holds...More
We went to the UN with 2 daus yest aged 12 & 17. Unfortunately the tour guide, though lovely, spoke english with a very significant Asian accent and was hard for all of us to understand. My younger daughter really struggled to understand and she...More
The UN tour was extremely informative and exciting. Our tour guide was well informed about the organisation and provided us with lots of useful information. We were taken to five out of the six principal organ offices of the UN. Moreover, the souvenir shop at...More
We booked a tour of the united nations in advance. You need to arrive about an hour in advance to go through security. One of your party needs to take photo ID to an office across the street from the UN, have their photo taken...More
Feels little short. But good place to visit with family.
make sure you check the website regularly. The tours start inside the building and run every 15 minutes and they last around 45 minutes to 1 hour. hey take you through the various rooms where...More
If you are looking for visiting the UN , the General Assembly (for more than 10 seconds), see the entrance hall with all the flags, etc. then do not bother to buy tickets. I did the tour in Spanish with my family. In total, we...More