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9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access

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9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access
Detail Duration: 5 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 6 hours.
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access
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Located in New York City, the National 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Access commemorates the lives lost and the scars endured during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The National 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Access

is committed to sharing its story with visitors, and it hopes that by visiting here, you will be able to understand 9/11 in a new way that allows you to gain insight into yourself and our shared experiences.

1. Fun Activities at the Destination

It is a museum, but it places itself in a unique space that does not match the traditional museum experience. The museum offers activities that have been planned to offer visitors a memorable experience. You can use a scavenger hunt, color, or play a game. Other visitors have made connections by writing on the Memorial's reflection wall, provided you have paper and a pen. While at the museum, you can also enjoy a quiet moment of personal reflection in the surrounding white oak trees. The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum offers visitors many opportunities to explore their memories of that day and forge new memories together.

2. Historical Context

The museum is located in an area once known as 'Ground Zero.' It was a place where rescue workers and volunteers worked tirelessly to find survivors and clear away debris from the ruins of the buildings that were destroyed on 9/11. The museum is located in a building that master architect Daniel Libeskind designed. It is a powerful symbol of simple hope—a reminder that everyone has an optimistic future. The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum focuses on architecture that celebrates the human spirit and invites visitors to reflect on the meaning behind their decisions and choices.

3. History & Highlights

The historical context of the National 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Access is where two World Trade Center buildings were destroyed on September 11, 2001. These two buildings had floors that housed more than 100 offices from private companies and federal agencies. On that day, 2,996 people died from these two attacks, including rescue workers and volunteers who arrived at the site to help. After these attacks, Ground Zero became a place where rescue workers and volunteers tried to find survivors to save as many lives as possible. This area was referred to as 'ground zero' by American media.

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 Includes Admission to  Ellis Island in New York, NY
Ellis Island, once America's busiest immigration station, stands now as an iconic monument to the country’s rich history. Feel the echoes of over 12 million immigrants who passed through these halls seeking new beginnings.
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 Includes Admission to  Statue of Liberty in New York City, NY
The majestic Statue of Liberty, symbol of aspirations and dreams, rises over the New York Harbor as a beacon of hope to countless immigrants. This copper icon, a gift from France, begs to be witnessed up close.
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 Includes Admission to  The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
Immerse yourself in a poignant chapter of American history at The National 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City. Situated at the heart of Ground Zero, this museum breathes life into the story of 9/11 through multimedia displays, archived footage, and heartfelt personal narratives that exhibit the indomitable spirit of the American people.

A place like the National 9/11 Memorial Museum & Statue of Liberty Access can bring you and your loved ones together in a moment of reflection when you can speak about how you feel about 9/11. A memorial is a powerful place for getting people to understand this day in history, why it was so significant for Americans and others worldwide, and how life goes on with or without 9/11.

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Frequently Asked Questions for 9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access:
  • Approximately how long does the 9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access last?
    It lasts approximately 6 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages!
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the 9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access?
    Yes.
  • Is the 9/11 Memorial with Museum & Statue of Liberty Access handicap accessible?
    Yes.

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