Beneath the reflecting pool of the North Tower of the former World Trade Center, the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City recounts the terror attacks that took place here in 1993 and 2001. With the 9/11 Memorial Plaza above outlining the footprint of the towers, the museum itself is a step inside the foundation and many surviving fragments of the complex.
A visit to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum is truly a sobering and reflective experience. It's emotional and humanizing, and offers a glimpse into a narrative that is still very much evolving and impacting the world we live in today.
|Twin Tower tridents.|
|The slurry wall that surrounds the foundations of the WTC.|
|The remains of the antenna mast that stood atop 1 WTC.|
|Vesey Street stair remnant: The "Survivors' Stairs"|
|"The Last Column"|
|This is a section of steel from the North Tower of the World Trade Center where Flight 11 impacted the building between the 93rd and 99th floors.|