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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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We took the Hop on Hop Off bus to the 9/11 Memorial. What an emotional, yet amazing experience. To see who's lives were taken by the terrible day but also to see how one country can stand together, honouring those people and really built up...More
Every person visiting NYC should take the time to visit the museum. It was put together so well, everything very symbolic, just absolutely moving. I looked down at my watch and we had been there 3 hours, and hadn’t even come close to finishing. The...More
Although we were well aware of the events surrounding 911, this made it all so very real. Very moving, We could have spent all day here, not just the 3 hours we gave ourselves. Its a must if you visit NYC
This memorial to those who lost their lives has been very well done, you won’t believe the emotions you’ll feel so be prepared.
The atmosphere around the memorial was very reflective and you could feel the tragedy of that awful day.
Tragically sad but profoundly valuable exhibit experience. The exhibit is extraordinarily well thought out and organized. By walking us through those hours in a sensitive but very direct way, the curators have set down a piece of history that properly honors the legacy of the...More
This was one of the best musuems I have been to. The brutal history and imagery that is faced is pretty confronting. However, it is worth coming to take a moment to respect the loss. The museum doesn't allow photos in the main exhibition room.
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