be prepared to feel overwelmed with emotions very tranquil and peaceful really sad to read everything .
About The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
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I previously visited the museum in 2016, but spent much more time here (3+hours) this year. I was on vacation on Fire Island on 9/11 and could see the smoke rising over lower Manhattan. Visiting the museum brought back a lot of emotions. Very informative,...More
Don't miss out on this. Although we did not visit the Museum due to time constraints, the memorial was a great tribute to those who lost their lives.
My adult daughter and I spent several hours here. It was so moving. Listening to the audio and viewing the items on display was very emotional. I would go back again and again.
I thought I had prepared myself emotionally before visiting the memorial and museum, but I now think that is impossible to do. It is absolutely incredible. There are so many displays that will bring you to tears, yet, there are also many displays that are...More
I visited the muesums on September 3rd 2017,felt very humble to be there,the place has errie feel while respecting all the victims and survivors who were caught up that day. I myself was in Las Vegas at the time of the tragedy, it felt like...More
The building remains. The pictures and videos. Items found during recovery. The stories from so many different perspectives. Everything presented in a respectful way, as it should be. While there were crowds there is enough space to see the exhibits. Remember the Memorial is in...More
We bought tickets on line and printed them off before we visited so we were able to get to the front of the queue. The security checks were quick. I am fascinated by 9/11 and so it was very interesting to walk through the basement...More