Reflect on the terrible events of 11 September 2001 with a visit to the piognant 9/11 Memorial Museum. Listen to personal stories of rememberance and…
On this combination you’ll visit the Empire State Building Observatory and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Take a ride around the city on a hop-on…
Experience the events of 9/11 and all that happened in the months that followed that tragic day, on a visit to the Ground Zero Museum and this…
Enjoy skip-the-line access to some of the world's most challenging, curious art at The Museum of Modern Art's unique exhibits, in the heart of New…
Pause to reflect on the events of 11 September 2001 on a 5-hour all access tour of New York’s Ground Zero and 9/11 sites. Go to the 9/11 Museum and…
Visit the American Museum of Natural History, the most interactive natural history museum in the world. Offering a vast array of exhibits and an IMAX…
Skip the line when you visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s finest art galleries. Visit the Met’s 19 curatorial collections…
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The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of history, science, and service, and is located on board the…
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Attractions in New York
- 1New York Skyride
- 2Manhattan Skyline
- 3New York Aquarium
- 4New York University
- 5Madina Masjid
- 69/11 Memorial
- 7Empire State Building
- 8Rockefeller Center
- 9Central Park
- 10New York Transit Museum
- 11Statue of Liberty
- 12Top of the Rock Observation Deck
- 13Ellis Island
- 14Ground Zero Museum
- 15One World Trade Center
- 16Chrysler Building
- 17Brooklyn Bridge
- 18The Ride NYC
- 19Lower Manhattan
- 20Metropolitan Museum of Art
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We were thrilled by the honorable commemoration, including the huge collection of evidences from this terrible event.
The 9/11 memorial museum really embodies the memories and heartbreaking tells of what happen on September 11, 2001. It is a define must see. If you have any ties to what happen and even if you don't be prepared to experience some emotions while there.
If you are going to this exhibit, be sure you get there at least 30 minutes ahead of your ticket entry time. Lines are long and people spend a long time inside - hence - delays occur thru the day. The exhibits are as real as you can imagine it was. Though they could have surely had more, the pieces they had where spot on. There was numerous other exhibits such as videos, photos, etc. that really filled out what happened that day.
When we arrived at the museum we asked a worker how we were suppose to get our tickets? We had received an email with receipt of our purchase for 3 adult tickets for 1 pm admission. The email stated tickets were attached. When we opened the attachment there were not any tickets, no barcode for scanning for entrance. We were told by numerous workers at the museum that we needed a barcode to be able to enter. We tried calling the customer service number but because it was a sat no one answered. Thankfully, after many failed attempts of getting assistance, we were given tickets by the museum to enter since we did have a receipt indicating our purchase. Once inside the museum we fully enjoyed the time and effort that went into creating this memorial. It is a somber experience but memories of our tour will never be forgotten.
The museum is a tribute to the strength of people in the face of extreme pain, terror and adversity. The timeline is essential and chronologically spellbinding. I thought it might be sensationalist but it had me in tears. I spent 4 hours there which is longer than I have ever spent in a museum. I would go back tomorrow if I could since there were parts I had to skip over. I was physically sickened to watch video of people jumping out of the towers but also understood why it was included. Heartbreaking but essential. Leave yourself plenty of time since you may well be more moved by the Museum than you think you could be.