The 9/11 Memorial Museum is basically America’s primary organization which is dedicated to exploring the implications of the events of 9/11, documenting the impact of those events and exploring 9/11's continuing significance. It is dedicated to both, the victims of the tragedy as well as the people involved in the rescue missions. The museum tells the story of 9/11 through the use of multimedia displays, artifacts, archives and photographs. 9/11 was an event which changed the world completely after occurrence. All of us have a basic knowledge of how it affected different people at different times, but a combined overview is difficult to gather- that is what the museum does mainly. National 9-11 memorial Museum is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you New York itinerary for 2 Weeks
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The World Trade Center once stood tall and prominent, one of the world’s largest financial complexes and a symbol of New York City. This New York City walking tour takes you around Ground Zero to explore both the past and future of the World Tr
On this walking tour you will explore the oldest neighborhood in New York City, Lower Manhattan where our first Treasury Secretary, Alexander Hamilton, worked in the Customs House named after him. Enjoy visiting historic sites of in the life of Broad
Pedal your way past iconic landmarks in one of the worldâs most famous Bridge, The Brooklyn Bridge. As you cycle through this bridge, enjoy epic views of staggering skyscrapers reaching high above the river. Experience in short time some of the
Discover the magnificence of Lower Manhattan's newest landmarks while honing your architectural photography skills. The new World Trade Center is nearly complete and this safari is designed to remember the past while celebrating the future. This phot
Experience the intensity of the tragic 9/11 attack with an expert guide on this tour with pre-reserved access to 9/11 Memorial Museum. Visit the key sites of 9/11 terror attacks like St Paul's Chapel, Survivor Tree, Winter garden, 9/11 memory pools,
This Lower Manhattan tour explores the history and architecture of Downtown New York. Â Historically this neighborhood is known as Wall Street or the Financial District. Â Today it is the oldest and coolest New York neighborhood. On our 90 minut
This two-hour tour details the heroism of New York City's firefighters and the survivors of stairwell "B." Walk in their path and learn how 16 people withstood the collapse of the north tower. Discover the miracle of the 911 surfer, who rode down wit
ExperienceÂ the excitement of the holiday season in the Big Apple with the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, starring the Radio City Rockettes. Get into the yuletide spirit with iconic dance numbers, ice skaters, and Santa spreading Christmas cheer
Take the express route to the new National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City on a one-day hop-on-hop-off cruise through New York Harbor. Your hop-on hop-off ticket is valid for one day and includes timed admission to the 9/11 Museum,
Enjoy an inside look at the World Trade Center on thisÂ highly informative and revealing walking tour that includes a personal radio for each guest to listen to the guides live narration. Â You'll visit St. Paul's Chapel, The 9/11 Memorial, The O
Experience New York City like an insider on this action-packed VIP tour that includes early access to the Empire State Building, skip-the-line entry to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, an open-top bus tour, and a hop-on-hop-off cruise. You c
This fun tour is perfect for adventurers, lovers of photography and followers of the Cake Boss. On this tour you will cross the Hudson River by NY Waterway to reach the historic town of Hoboken, famous for its fantastic views of the Manhattan skyline
One of the most emotional sights I have experienced. One thing I do have to say is please people, be respectful in your picture taking. This is not a tourist sight, this is not Disney world. Thousands of people unwillingly lost their lives there. With that being said the museum was very informative and extremely emotional. I actually completely lost it towards the end and was uncontrollably crying. I was only 13 years old when the attacks happened and seeing it all in person made it so much more real. The overall feeling is very heavy and it is very quiet. You will never experience anything like this. If you go to NYC you must experience this. Put your cell phone in your bag, detach from the world for a few hours, and let yourself experience this and pay respects to the lives lost that day.
Powerful interpretation of the events. Extremely well done background and explanation of structure failure. Also incredible detail of the US understanding of the attack possibility. This is an emotional time, so be sure that you are well fed before going. We did the escorted tour 1st thing in the AM before general admission. This was a great way to experience the museum before a lot of folks arrive. You will see and hear and understand things about the design of the memorial that you may not otherwise experience.
This place is powerful and it is huge. The museum is underneath the fountains but it feels so open when one is down there. There was one section that moved me the most. There is an exhibit where one hears a large majority of the voices from that day. It's powerful. I think everyone should visit this place at least once. I need to go back, sadly, I did not get to go to the observation deck.
A memorial for the victims was touching. I'll never forget it. Brought tears to my eyes. They'll never be forgotten in my heart and mind. The center where water falls into is quite deep. I can't even describe it. Something everyone should at least go to and pay respect to the victims. Let them know they weren't forgotten.
The infinity pools are worth seeing. A lot of emotion here and a very worthwhile experience. Not a place for super young children as the reverence makes it quiet here. Preteens and teens will be affected deeply and so be aware of the amount of heavy hearts which come from seeing this location. It was interesting as I brought my 9 year old who did not know much about 9-11. Most of the time was educating him on what happened, how it happened, what rescue efforts went on and why people died. It was so worth the effort of telling him about this tragic site.