Timing : Thursday and Friday from 12 noon to 7 PM and from Saturday to Wednesday (Now Monday) from 10 AM till 5 PM
Disability friendly : Wheelchair accessible
Entry Fee : USD 26 (adults), USD 15 (7-12 years), USD 20 (13-17 years, seniors above 65 and college students), USD 18 (US veterans) and free for kids below 7
Highlights : Swamp white oak forest, 2 reflecting square pools, the plaza with a memorial designed 30 feet below street level
The National September 11 Memorial and Museum or 9/11 Memorial & Museum commemorates the victims of the attacks of 11th September 2001, 26th February 1993 and 30th May, 2002.
Standing near One World Trade Center, it is open from Thursday and Friday from 12 noon to 7 PM and from Saturday to Monday from 10 AM till 5 PM. The memorial with the largest artificial waterfall of North America features around 3000 names inscribed on bronze parapets, memorial glade, Tribute In Light and the Survivor Tree of celery pear. Primary testimony, historical records and material evidence of the attacks are on display along with rotating exhibitions and educational programs at sections like Education Center, Rebirth at Ground Zero, Reflecting on 9/11 etc. The admission fees are USD 26 for adults, USD 15 for 7-12 years old, USD 20 for 13-17 years old, seniors above 65 and college students and USD 18 for US veterans.
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