9/11 Memorial & Museum

State Deal Reached To Reopen Statue Of Liberty Amid Continued Government Shutdown

5 Most Patriotic Sites In New York City

Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the stars and stripes on June 14, 1777. Celebrate this holiday by spending some time at one of New York City’s most patriotic sites. Herewith, the five places in New York that we find most moving and most stirring.


Rendering of the 9/11 Museum (credit: National September 11 Memorial & Museum)

9/11 Memorial Museum Seeks Survivor, Witness Accounts

The museum, which opens May 21, aims to tell the story of that tragic day, not just with artifacts but in the words of those who lived it, said 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels.


The South Pool at the National September 11 Memorial is seen on September 12, 2011 (credit:  Mario Tama/Getty Images)

9/11 Memorial Closed Through Tuesday, World Trade Center Construction Secured Ahead Of Hurricane Sandy’s Impact

Measures have also been taken to help protect the site from the impending flooding, the organization said Monday afternoon. The reflecting pools have been drained in advance of the storm, according to the organization.


Construction continues on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center site on August 25, 2011. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

NFL, Players’ Union Pledge Half Of $1 Million Donation To NYC’s 9/11 Memorial

It was just last month that the National Football League and its players’ union put aside their differences to end the NFL lockout. Now they’re coming together again — to support a cause close to New Yorkers.