Such a touching tribute to those who lost their lives and those who risked their life trying to save them. A real testament to the American spirit. It took us nearly 3 hours to walk round. There's so much to read and look at.
About The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
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We went as a family - my children are 16 & 13 so don't know much about 9/11 - they found it very interesting, even my 13-year -old son who usually hates museums. I expected it to a bit of a 'flag-waving' 'U-S-A' type of...More
this visit is a must very sad, but also interesting, well worth the money, makes you think about the people that lost their lives but so well done very quiet a great tribute to those who lost their lives and to the ones that survived
It's quite hard to review this amazing place due to the amount of emotion that was felt by all in our party. The memorial and museum itself is so tastefully and respectfully put together, it offered a a real glimpse into the horrific events of...More
I went to see the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum during my visit to NYC in July. The Museum is something to see. It brought back so many memories to see all the people who died during this tragedy. I remember where I was so...More
This extraordinary museum is a journey into memory and the national consciousness as you get to revisit and experience the painful trauma and uplifting national unification of this unprecedented attack. It is filled with videos, films, momentos and stories of that unforgettable day. Give yourself...More
This is a must see in NYC. It is a somber, moving experience. We started with the guided tour of the memorial. Our guide was well spoken and really framed the event and the victims.
The outdoor memorial area is impressive and the museum is well worth a visit. Left me with the horrible feeling in the pit of your stomach as happened the day the world witnessed this horror. Moving tribute to all those that lost their lives and...More