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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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If you go down to the 9/11 memorial you have to see the museum. It’s very emotional. Listening to the tapes played out and seeing what has been saved from the rubble.
I didn’t take too many photos as I was too captured by what...More
We were vary familiar with the events of 9/11 as we had witnessed them when they occurred. However visiting the site as it is now is quite something. The sheer scale of destruction and senseless loss of life that occurred on that day is hard...More
The Memorial and Museum are absolutely breathtaking! While it is a somber experience to see so many names, faces and stories of the fallen, there was an definite appreciation for their lives in the hard work that went into ensuring they are never forgotten. A...More
We bought the package that included a tour of the Memorial and expedited access to the Museum. It was well worth it. I think many people are unaware of the guided tours of the Memorial. It was great. I appreciated the focus on the individual...More
The first important impression is that the exhibit goes ever deeper in to the depths. A concrete symbol of the depths of despair involved in this national tragedy.
The exhibits were of good taste and appropriately solemn and also informative.
The interviews were excellently communicated.
Incredible tribute to the loves we lost. Be ready to do a lot walking, but well worth it. I am not sure that it made me angrier or more upset. It really makes you feel more in touch of really how drastic and devastating it...More
I hadn’t been to NYC in over 50 years. The 911 Memorial was a fantastic place to visit. It was beautifully reconstructed. A lot of people were there strolling around and also waiting to get into the museum.
The 911 Memorial was very large, a...More
We had a thoughtful & very touching visit to both the memorial & museum. Even the new entrance to the new railway station was impressive as was the height of the new twin tower. They await the funds to build the sister tower. All tastefully...More
I finally was able to get myself ready to visit this museum, glad I did, I didnt do a guided tour but next time I will, however I was amazed how much detail they put into this experience, I must go back.