The 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York City features a multifaceted and detailed exhibition that tells the story of the September 11, 2001 tragedy. The tour covers both the events leading up to the largest terrorist attack as well as those that occurred afterward.
You will find yourself in an underground space where the Twin Towers once stood. Delve into the stages of designing and erecting skyscrapers that defined the external appearance of Manhattan. You will see the unique "Slurry Wall" – a structure that allowed designers in the mid-20th century to build the world's tallest buildings next to the Hudson River.
Examine one of the staircases down which World Trade Center employees ran to escape the fire. Learn why a museum is a sacred place for the relatives of the victims of September 11.
Special exhibitions tell the details of the lives of those who perished and dedicate themselves to the circumstances surrounding the tragic events.
You can stroll between the waterfalls laid in the Twin Towers' foundations. Also, visit a neighboring park, where you will see contrasting memorials: the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, rebuilt after the attacks, and "The Sphere," which designers decided not to restore.
This tour is not affiliated with the 9/11 Museum but is provided by an independent creator. The ticket is included for customer's convenience.