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The twin towers of the World Trade Center dominated the New York City Skyline prior to September 11, 2001. This photo captures the beauty of the buildings as seen from across the Brooklyn Bridge.

World Trade Center

On September 11, 2001, You might be remembering of the  terrorists attack of the World trade Centre and the allied hijack of the several airliners and intentionally flew two of them into the twin towers of the World Trade Center.  These two monolithic styled towers, that stood 110 stories tall and had been a signature part of the New York City skyline since 1973, collapsed and crumbled into oblivion along with five smaller buildings.

911 Memorial Park

On September 11 2011, the tenth anniversary of the infamous attack, the 911 Memorial was finally opened to the public and it is accessible to public as well.

You will find it being in the plaza-styled memorial having two immense waterfalls and reflecting pools situated within the original footprints of the destroyed towers.  You will also find here the names of the nearly 3,000 people who died in the attack are displayed on bronze parapets surrounding the reflecting pools.

Just watch here the plaza with its roof with a canopy of green leaves from a large grove of white oak trees, with the entry pavilion of the Memorial Museum located within the grove.  All of it is within the shadow of the rising new obelisk of One WTC or the new Freedom Tower.
Visiting the 911 Memorial

You should remember an entry to the memorial requires a pass and it is free too.

You can make online bookings as well.

Unfortunately, only 1500 people are permitted into the memorial at any time, so access is strictly limited to holders of valid passes.

To ensure your visit, it is best to reserve your passes many weeks in advance.

If you arrive in New York City without a pre-reserved visitors pass and still wish to see the 911 Memorial, there are a few locations where a limited number of same-day visitor passes might be available.

You can go to the 911 Memorial Preview Site at 20 Vesey Street, City Hall Kiosk at City Hall and Broadway, or South Street Seaport at Pier 16.  The Hop-on, Hop-off Water Taxi at South Street Seaport may also have some same-day tickets. For excellent guided walking tours of the 9/11 Memorial, Financial District, and World Trade Center area click here.

Visiting Hours

The 911 Memorial is open all year round.

During the peak summer months it is open from 10 AM until 9 PM.

From mid-September to mid-January the hours are 10 AM to 8 PM Monday – Friday.

Hours are extended from 9AM on weekends and holidays.

During the low season of mid-January to mid-March, the memorial is open from 10 AM to 6 PM.

Every day the last entry is one hour priory to close.

The entrance is located at 1 Albany Street, at the intersection of Albany and Greenwich Streets.

Getting There

The best way to get to the 911 Memorial is via public transportation.

You can take many of the Subway trains downtown to the Fulton Street or the Church Street stops and walk a few blocks to the entry.

By bus, you can take the M5 southbound to Broadway and Thames Street, the M20 south to South End Ave., or the M22 south to Vesey Street.  From New Jersey, you can take the PATH train to the World Trade Center Terminal.

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