I have waited to go to the tribute museum since I heard it was opening, and was lucky enough to get there very early (right after opening) this week. The place is very nicely done, and well worth the visit. It's emotional, thought provoking, and gives one an even bigger sense of pride that this country could pull together in the face of such tragedy. The stories are personal, the artifacts are personal, and it is well worth the visit.
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