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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 9/11 Memorial Museum in Lower Manhattan preserves the history of the attacks on the World Trade Center, and documents the significance of those events through building remnants, personal artifacts, first-person accounts and multimedia displays. W
This all-access experience includes a 1.5-hour guided tour of Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial, plus entry to the 9/11 Museum and One World Observatory. Guided by New Yorkers with personal connections to the events of 9/11, you'll hear stories of tr
Enjoy guaranteed Statue of Liberty tours with pedestal access and all the highlights of Lower Manhattan including a guided 9/11 Memorial Tours, The New World Trade Center, Wall Street, The New York Stock Exchange, St Paul's Chapel, Brookfield Pl
Your guide for this tour is a native New Yorker who worked at the World Trade Center from 1995 until 2001. You will hear personal, relevant stories about September 11th and you'll visit The 9/11 Memorial, St. Paul's Chapel (which played an important
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island with your own private guide, who'll give you a personalized overview of the island.Â Upon your return to Battery Park you will visit the 9/11 Memorial, right next to the Freedom Tower, Plus enjoy a Double Decker
Visit the 9/11 Memorial on a guided tour to learn about the tragic events of September 11, 2001 and see how New York has recovered and rebuilt. See the beautiful 9/11 Memorial Pools and the new One World Trade Center. Explore the surrounding monument
Get the most out of your time in the Big Apple with a full-day tour that combines three prominent sites of Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor: the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. On a morning ferr
Gain a deeper understanding of the events surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the acts of heroism that rallied a nation on this 1.5 hour walking tour of Ground Zero. A certified guide with a personal con
Enjoy an in-depth experience of two top New York City attractions with this special-access tour, a Viator Exclusive available nowhere else. Learn about the history of New York on a guided walk down Wall Street, followed by a tour of two symbols of Am
Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind big apple experience. On this half-day guided tour, enjoy an authentic New York experience. With a small group (less than 15 people) you will be able to move fast and see more. Walk, subway and ferry to see New Yor
Your first trip to New York City can be a challenge - even for the most seasoned travelers. There’s just so much to see: From the Brooklyn Bridge to the Chelsea Market, the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building to the 9/11 Memorial and On
Take a 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial, and gain insight into the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. A local guide shares firsthand stories of the event and its aftermath while you visit 9/11-r
Everyone told me to go here when I was in DC next... I really didn't want to because it sounded depressing but I am glad I did. It is a magnificent tribute. The two waterflow areas that mark the location of each original tower are ideal for memorializing the lives lost in each one. A lot of thought clearly went into this. I knew someone whose sister died in one of the towers, and I vividly recall visiting my sister-in-law in the mammoth escalator/food area (between the towers?) when she still worked for Merrill Lynch (she was a stay-at-home mom by 2001). The exhibits are all fascinating and it's always astonishing how far you can go below street level in NYC--same with this place. I was especially taken with the size of the segment of the enormous antenna on just the one tower. It was only one segment, maybe 10 feet long, but it was huge. If you know anyone who died in this tragedy, you can search their name in one of computerized screens inset in one of the tables of the Memorial section. Then their memorial will play. Most of the victim's families have submitted photos, short biographies and sometimes narrations of their loved ones for these memorials.
Whoever came up with the memorial design did such a beautiful job. It is breathtaking to see these monuments. This is now one of the quietest places in NYC, people certainly show their respect for those lost on 9/11. Can I just add, the NYPD do a spectacular job keeping the streets clean and keeping order; I am highly impressed by their strong yet quiet presence. If you visit NYC, it would behoove one to see these memorials.
The fountain memorials are fantastic and a great way to remember those who were a part of this tragedy. This museum does an equal or even better job. There are so many things to see to try and understand what many men and woman went though. Definitely should stop by if you're in NYC
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum are so well done, it is a must visit. Of course, it's a very sad and somber experience. At the museums they have amazing artifacts and do such an excellent job of taking you through that day. The stories of the victims are just incredible. I would recommend doing the inner portion of the museum first, and then walking the outer circle. There were many very young children there when I visited. I wouldn't recommend bring children under 10 years old. I also really enjoyed their current exhibition "Rendering the Unthinkable."
Truly a somber experience which brings back vivid memories of that fateful Tuesday morning in September. Gorgeous museum filled with an eerie silence. The overall experience is far more emotionally-focused than it is fact based. A must-see in lower Manhattan.