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9/11 Memorial Museum Admission
"Located beneath the 9/11 Memorial at the site of the original Twin Towers in Lower Manhattan the 9/11 Memorial Museum examines the implications of the terrorist attacks and documents the lasting impact of those events. With your timed admission you have guaranteed entry and stay as long as you like; it's recommended that you give yourself at least two hours. Save time and enjoy direct entry to the museum on your mobile device.To start your visit make your way to the World Trade Center and enter the 9/11 Memorial Museum for a self-guided tour of the multimedia displays archival documents narratives and collection of artifacts on exhibit. A free audio guide is available to download as a mobile app on Apple and Android devices.The Museum includes two core exhibitions: In Memoriam a memorial exhibition
From $24.00
New York Harbor Hop-on Hop-off Cruise including 9/11 Museum Ticket
"After departing from Pier 79 in Midtown the cruise will stop at Battery Park a short walk from the National September 11 Museum where you have timed admission. Inside the museum you'll have unlimited time to browse the exhibits before rejoining your cruise. In addition to the 9/11 Museum this exciting tour gets you close to such iconic sites as the Empire State Building Statue of Liberty
From $55.00
"All-Access 9/11 Experience: Ground Zero Tour
"All-Access 9/11 Experience: Ground Zero Tour 9/11 Memorial and Museum One World Observatory""In remembrance of 9/11 this walking tour guides you through the former World Trade Center in New York where the tragic events of 9/11 took place. The tour is guided by New Yorkers who have a personal connection to 9/11. You will hear their personal stories and the touching stories of  heroism of many others."
From $109.00

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Esplanade by World Trade Center

We walked over here and sat for a while after walking around the 9/11 Memorial. It was a gorgeous and warm afternoon and the breeze off the water was welcoming and refreshing. Directly across from us...
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Nov 04, 2015

New World Trade Center & 9/11-Memorial

On the former location of the Twin Towers, destroyed by the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, a new skyscraper - the One World Tower - two memorial pools and a museum dedicated to the over...
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Oct 22, 2015

Best Free Thing #6 - Tiles For America memorial

NOTE: the tiles had to be removed to make way for new construction, and a collection of them are now on display in the lobby of the Jefferson Market Library, near their original site. In the dark days...
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Jul 24, 2015

Fine Park in the making.

For those who have a special interest in the World Trade Center attacks, this can be an emotional place. For me, it's a nice park that will someday be accessible to the entire city. Because of the...
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Jul 12, 2015

Ground zero - quiet reflection

Ground Zero is now a memorial for those who lost their lives during the tragedy that was 9/11. Now it has 2 large fountains engraved with the names of those who lost their lives and the surrounding...
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Nov 17, 2014

Ground Zero

Those who had once seen the World Trade Center (and many that didn't), can't go to New York City today, without passing by the place, to see what is being done. Cured the traumas, the American are...
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Nov 01, 2014

World Trade Centre

After the disaster of September 11th 2001 the city of New York decided the best response to losing the World Trade Center was to rebuild it. Instead of simply replacing the twin towers they decided to...
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Feb 09, 2014

A Pause for Reflection

"Here come the planes.They're American planes. Made in America.Smoking or non-smoking?"O Superman - Laurie AndersonOne World Trade Center (aka Freedom Tower), is visible from all over New York City....
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Sep 07, 2013

Ground Zero

The 9/11 Memorial opened on the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks. It consists of two pools where the towers stood. The 9/11 attacks killed 2,977 people from over 90 nations. The oldest was...
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Apr 23, 2013

One World Trade Center

Out of extreme pain and hurt a new Symbol of NYC and the United States is rising .... One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan ..... it's up to 102 floors right now .... it's set to have 110 floors...
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Jul 13, 2012

National 9/11 Memorial

This is the visit I most wanted to make during my recent trip to New York. I have made several trips to NY since the events of 9/11 - the first on 9/27/11 for the birth of my youngest niece. But on...
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Jan 25, 2012


One of the most sombering experiences in New York is visiting Gorund Zero. They are currently builidng a new skyscraper on the site of the old World Trade Center as a tribute. Be very respectfulwhen...
Oct 03, 2011
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Things to Do Near Ground Zero - World Trade Center

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National September 11 Memorial

I tell most people what the volunteers at the museum told me - if you visit New York frequently, consider getting the membership. I wanted to see everything while I was there, but for myself and many...
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Saint Paul Chapel

On September 11, 2002, 1 year after the attacks of 9/11, the mayor of London presented this bell to the city of New York. It's located in the garden of the Chapel, on the backside, close to ground...
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Ahh, the Triangle Beneath Canal Street or more popularly called the TRIBECA. the district was formerly an area of industry with many industrial buildings but fell into hard times in the 60's and...
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City Tours - CityPass

We purchased a 7day pass online through the Qantas site which offered a discounted price. The pass allows you to go to the front of the line and save money along the way. There are a number of tourist...
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Manhattan Municipal Building

Build in 1913 with the height of 170 m and 40 floors looks like a replica of Moskow university building with the 7 sisters of moskow .Surface is 60000 sq m. The 20 ft high gilded statue of 'Civic...
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Trinity Church

Trinity Church was meant to be a personal highlight of my visit to New York. I've always wanted to see it: This little old Anglican church, looking like something plucked from a quiet English village,...
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Getting to Ground Zero - World Trade Center


9/11 Memorial., 200 Liberty Street, 16th Fl., New York, NY 10006


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