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Through commemoration, exhibitions and educational programs, The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, a nonprofit in New York City, remembers and honors the 2,983 people killed in the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001, and February 26...more
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Went here as we were in the area.
Its very eerie and moving to witness and it's very well done too, with the security moving on parents letting there children stand on the names of people who perished on.
Would recommend a visit here
This was an amazing experience and very sad at the same time. They did an excellent job remembering all those who were lost and very detailed and graphic on what happened that day. Just stunning and really emotional. There is a lot to see, so...More
We visited here, I found it very overwelming and upsetting but fascinating too and so very respectively done, such an awful tragedy to have happened to an amazing city. The waterfalls in the grounds are such a nice way to remember those who lost their...More
The building is so large and has so many nooks and crannies that we almost missed a section. It is so moving with memorabilia, tributes, films and recordings. Besides memorializing the 9/11 Twin Towers it also included the Pentagon and PA and all the first...More
Thanks Lindsey, Im just concerned because we have the Explorer pass and some people have said that they had to wait in line to get the time slot then wait again to get the tickets, and some people have been turned away... More
Thanks Lindsey, Im just concerned because we have the Explorer pass and some people have said that they had to wait in line to get the time slot then wait again to get the tickets, and some people have been turned away saying there are no time slots for that day. I am hoping that February will be a bit quieter and less lines.
I’ve done it both ways and definitely recommend the tour. The guides just know wonderful extras and tell you the major points and then you can go back and hit your interested areas after the guided time is overc