Excellent. So emotional. So many artifacts. Shows how sad that day was and the dedication of the New Yorkers. A must see exhibit.
About The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
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We walked down town to this memorial and the silence around the fountains makes your skin tingle. Beautifully created and a very emotional visit. The museum itself has memorabilia from those who survived and who sadly lost their lives that day and it is a...More
The reflection pools are exceptionally sensitively and tastefully done - chilling to reflect on the mass loss of life and all its knock on consequences. I found the museum itself very moving and the headset compliments the trip (I would definitely recommend spending the additional...More
The Museum was highly disappointing. The pictures and artifacts didn't tell the whole story. Recommend you don't wait in line to see the film, which is a time-lapse of the rebuilding process coupled with platitudes, like "time will heal all wounds."
One of the best museums I've ever been to in my life. The subject matter is particularly tough to go through but I believe everyone should visit this museum to understand what happened that day and to view to heroism that followed. The museum portrays...More
This would have to be one of the best memorial/ museums I have visited around the world. You can download an app on your phone that provides your own free audio guide tour. If you are travelling with kids like we are, they can choose...More
We went to the Holocaust Museum in DC this summer and I was emotionally overwhelmed; the 911 Museum brought all those same emotions—the difference was that I had been in the Twin Towers years ago and was alive when 911 happened...not sure how to explain...More
This was the highlight of our trip. It's a must see. We had a great guide called Ray, who shared his own personal insights of Sept 11th 2001. Couldn't rate him more highly. Do take the guided on foot tour, with the museum. The museum...More