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The one word I can come up with to describe this place is WOW! I was mad, angry, honored, upset, etc. Whoever designed this memorial did an excellent job in capturing the essence of that dreadful day. This was my first time to visit. I...More
This memorial had such a huge impact on me. It transported me back to that horrific day when the world was watching with disbelieve. Seeing all the names engraved of the people who lost their lives touches your soul and makes you pray. I feel...More
This memorial was beautiful to see, it had all the people that died their names engraved and was built where the original towers fell. The area has a lot of money spent in rebuilding more new businesses surrounding the memorial as well.
Myself and partner have visited this site on two separate occasions and it never gets any easier.
We always come done to pay our respects to the lost ones and thank our blessings.
This site is a wonderful memorial to the fallen.
LOVED this. Very sad. Everyone there was very respectful and in fact walked around in silence. Listening to the recordings, seeing all the photos and displays brought home how the victims families and friends and the whole City must have suffered for a long time....More
This is such a beautiful and moving tribute to those who sadly lost their lives on 9/11. It feels very still and quiet around the memorial; the names of lost ones are engraved onto the fountain sides and on a birthday, a white rose is...More
The last time we visited it was a building site. Now it’s like a phoenix arising out of the ashes. The two fountains on the site of the original buildings are lovely with the names of everyone who lost their lives noted. The Occulus building...More
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The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you... More
The quickest and least confusing will be the subway. NYC has a great subway app and its fee. Its called NYC subway and it has a big red train as the icon. It will allow you to plan out trips from all over the city. Once you have it navigating will be a breeze.