As a NYer who lives in the city and was present when the towers were attacked, I would have to rate this "attraction" as a place to avoid at all costs.
The first issue is - the area is still mainly a construction site and is very unsightly.
The access is restricted by a very awkward and unpleasant ticketing system.
The worst part of all of this is the hawking by street vendors selling cheesy trinkets of the twin towers - both before the attack and when they were on fire. There is no serenity in this experience - there is no dignity. It is an unpleasant push and shove to see very little. I think it is best to skip this memorial until construction of the area is more complete.
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