The memorial is very well done,the water fall where the two towers stood is a great reminder to what happen here.
It is a historical site. Very much of the American psyche. The design and architecture are startling in their simplicity and symbolism. A certain number of visitors are allowed in at a time, but the waits don't seem to be too long. I would recommend a second trip, if possible, at a later date to see the finished product. Nearby... More
What a fantastic little museum. Who knew so much information could be stored in one room! The pictures and the stories behind them were moving and really made you see what people went through on that fateful day and the years that have followed. The lady who did the introduction at the beginning was great and obviously very passionate about... More
This museum is not located at ground zero and should not be confused as a government run museum. It is simply a private collection of the 9/11 artifacts and exhibits about 100 of Gary Marlon Suson's most notable photographs of the tragedy. So many items are on display and each tells a story, the pieces of rubble from the twin... More
The area is still being renovated and has not yet finished, but there were still things to see and purchase. I enjoyed the constant streaming of the videos that had victims and people who played important roles on the day expelling there personal experiences
we visited with young children and the lines to get in and security were a challenge. It wasn't well coordinated and was a lot of people funneling through a narrow entrance. With that said, once inside, it made it all worth it. The significance of this location makes this a must-see when you visit NYC. We were moved by the... More
I was surpreised about the ground zero museum. It was nice and I did not feel depressed as I suppossed I 'd be.
This is great to visit and see the museum set up just so sad so many innocent people lost their lives.
Even though it took almost 3 hrs. standing in the freezing weather, it was worth every second of the tour. Be advised you have to pass through a metal detector, but who cares, this is very impressive. I also got teary eyed looking at the fountain and the tower. What a great tribute to our fallen brothers and brothers in... More
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