The little tidbits in understanding the foundation for the memorial is totally worth it. For those who were very young, adds a bit of learning to help them.
About The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
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You simply cannot walk through this museum without a lump in your throat. That being said, it is very well done and respectful. There were a ton of people when we visited, but everyone was fairly quiet and reverent. You do need to set aside...More
This is the one of the most impressive museums I have ever been to. Apart from the stunning design, the actual content is both fascinating and shocking. A sobering experience and one that's worth every penny (and I'm here on a backpackers budget). You can...More
This was an amazing experience. It is a place that every American should be required to visit, especially High School and younger college students who were too young to live through it first hand. The exhibit if very tastefully done and pays a great level...More
I went with my family to the 9/11 memorial and I have to say it had a profound effect on us - the whole experience is very well thought out and hits the right tone - it is suitably respectful to the victims of 9/11,...More
Terrible day for sure, but if anything can energize the American spirit it can be found here. A must see ... plan on at least three hours to see everything.
There are better places to go, avoid this place. Its a real mood killer and lets face it, 9/11 was an inside job which makes this place even more ugly.
Nothing could have prepared ourselves for the emotion that came with visiting this museum. A high light for us and a reminder that the devastation of 911 was very real. The museum is tastefully done - may god bless all those who passed away and...More
We were visiting from Hawaii and made sure we brought our children to visit the memorial. They needed to see this part of history. The museum itself it beautiful. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is audio narration documenting the events of 9/11. The...More