The 9/11 Memorial in New York City

9/11 Memorial

One of the highlights of my visit to New York City last week was spending a few hours at the 9/11 Memorial with my good friend Cathy. The memorial opened last year on the 10th anniversary of those tragic events that took place on a late summer day in the USA.

South Tower

As you may have heard, a water feature was designed and constructed on the imprint of the two World Trade Center towers.  Cathy and I walked around each of these stopping to look at some of the thousands of names that were inscribed on the memorial.  The water feature is quite impressive and a fitting tribute to the people that died here.

I look forward to returning to the 9/11 Memorial after the museum is completed in September 2012. In addition, it will be great to visit 1 World Trade Center once it is completed.

Note that you must obtain a timed entry pass in advance to visit the memorial.  Click here for more information.

For more information on 1 World Trade Center, click here.

 

1 World Trade Center

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About Robert Kavalek

Robert Kavalek is a travel consultant who shares his love for traveling the world on theTRAVELER (www.RobertKavalek.com). While his specialties are Paris, Mexico and "digital overload escapes", he can advise clients on any type of vacation. In addition, he writes about travel destinations and travel tips on his blog and Facebook page. Robert has visited 31 countries and territories and hopes to check out at least one new country every year. He currently lives in Washington, DC.
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2 Responses to The 9/11 Memorial in New York City

  1. I am a 9/11 survivor and moved out of New York City in 2003. I visited the 9/11 Memorial this past April 6th. It’s taken me up till now to be able to put my reaction down in words.

    http://visittomemorial.blogspot.com

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