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We accidentally found this on our way to the Ellis island and statue of liberty ferry terminal (which is vastly better from this side I might add). The monument is in li e with the former twin towers and has named and descriptions on the...More
It is really busy at this time of year you have to queue outside for approximately two hours and you then get an entry time you then have to queue for a further half hour but it is absolutely one of the best museums I...More
We fell apon this while walking to the ferry for the statue of liberty. Didn't know what it was until I lined the two towers to the sky line. It was disappointed with a family who let kids climb on the steel work and throw...More
It was so emotional but beautifully done. The names of those who lost their lives that day are engraved I to the walls. And there are two large pieces of the steel from the 2 towers that you can touch. Amazing! The memorial brought back...More
This incredible memorial to the New Jersey resident victims of 9/11 faces exactly where the Twin Towers stood until 9/11. The names of everyone who lived here and dies are carved into the walls on either side of the walkway that travels through from one...More