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September 11 museum opens on trade center site


The National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York opened to the public on May 21. Located in the archeological heart of the World Trade Center site, the museum (pictured) remembers and honors those killed in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and Feb. 26, 1993. Visitors to the 110,000-square-foot exhibition space will discover multimedia displays, archives, and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts, including photographs, personal effects, recorded testimonies, and digital files. Each victim of the attacks is commemorated. The museum also explores the global impact of the Sept. 11 attacks. Adults $24; seniors, veterans, college students $18; ages 7-17 $15; under 7, museum members, and victims’ family members, free. Free admission on Tuesdays from 5-8 p.m. Reserve tickets in advance to ensure entry. Tickets include the 9/11 Memorial. 212-266-5211,


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