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The crowds are overwhelming but you don’t feel too over crowded. There’s a sense of calmness. Not a lot of noise despite how big the crowds are. A time to reflect and show respect to those that lost their lives on 9/11.
Both my friend and I were moved to tears upon seeing these fountains for the first time. We had no idea.There are lots of trees all around this area, and benches, so is a good place to rest and contemplate in the shade.
This is a must see on your visit to NYC. It was raining on the day that we visited but it is majestic and moving in any weather conditions. Make sure you check out the Survivor Tree - the Pyrus tree that survived 9/11 -...More
Really well done memorial and lots of space for reflection. While there were lots of people there I did not feel crowded out or pushed around as I walked around each memorial. I really liked that they included the names of those who died in...More
These 2 memorials represent Tower 1 and Tower 2 that used to stand before 9/11/2001 and have the names engraved of each person who died at each tower. They put a rose on the person's name when it is their birthday. Very touching.
Back in the early ‘70s I worked two blocks from the WTC. My daily commute from NJ on the Path train took me into the lower basement of the World Trade Center. The tower where the train terminated was still under construction at that time....More
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The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you... More
The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you have it navigating will be a breeze.