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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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The 911 museum is something that all Americans should see. Having worked there for a couple of years before the attack, it was very emotional. For the others I was with, it felt like hollowed ground. The twisted metal, fire engine, antenna, etc. are all...More
This place really hits the mark, I could of easily spent a lot more time than i did here.
Very emotional - you can almost relive it - I remember watching in England as it happened live on the news.
It’s a must for everyone...More
It is something else, walking round I could believe what I was looking at and hearing. It is very upsetting to see what happened and the aftermath. You'll be walking round with your mouth open it is that amazing
We visited the 911 memorial and got audio guides also(I recommend these if busy you can find it hard to get near the sign to read it). It was the most surreal experience and you can nearly imagine yourself going through this horrendous experience. I...More
We went on a cold day Sunday morning in February, more than 17 years out from the attack, and there were still lines to get in- a testament to the brilliance of this museum. Look for the symbolism, listen for the sounds, look for the...More
You would expect for this to be an emotional experience, but the extent to which we were affected was unexpected.
As we crossed the street to the Memorial Gardens, it felt like a wall of emotion hit us. It was a beautiful, crisp, sunny February...More
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I think you’ll be fine. When you arrive, go to the ticket window & ask for a time change. If that line is long, just talk to the staff member who directs you to the line for people who have tickets & s/he can help you. It’s... More
I think you’ll be fine. When you arrive, go to the ticket window & ask for a time change. If that line is long, just talk to the staff member who directs you to the line for people who have tickets & s/he can help you. It’s not a crowded time in NYC, so I don’t think you’ll have any problem changing from 9:30 to 10 a.m. Their phone number is 212-266-5211.