The 9/11 Museum is preparing to receive the remains of unidentified victims of the attack on the World Trade Center, according to a published report.
The mayor deflected when asked about possible city funding for the museum. He said he’d wait to hear from the federal government first.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is set to open this spring after years of delays. But officials at the museum have not yet secured funding for its $60 million annual budget.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is slated to open next spring, but there has been no word on how much it will cost to get in.
Reporters were given a tour of the museum’s Foundation Room on Friday.
Back in May, it was announced that there would be an admission fee in the range of $20 to $25.
When the National September 11 Memorial & Museum opens on the World Trade Center site, you will have to pay an admission fee to visit.
More than 11 and a half years later, the battle continues over where to house unidentified 9/11 remains at the World Trade Center site.
On September 11, 2001, evil and hatred made many people run away from the World Trade Center. Now, and for years to come, love will bring people back… to run.
A group of Sept. 11 families is pressing on with its fight over a plan to put unidentified remains from the 2001 attacks in the museum at the World Trade Center site.
Many expected last year’s Midnight Mass at the World Trade Center to be the last, but the tradition will take place one more time.
New York, the nation and the world paused Tuesday to remember the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the Sept. 11th attacks 11 years ago.
The situation, the mayor said, was quite complicated, so delays were to be expected. In fact, he called construction at the World Trade Center “probably the most complex construction project in the history in the world.”
The 9/11 Museum was scheduled to open two weeks from today, but that will not happen.
Politicians Will Not Speak At 9/11 Anniversary After Families Claim Museum Progress Stalled By Politics
Politicians will be excluded from speaking at this year’s Sept. 11 anniversary ceremony at Ground Zero, following a year in which families have expressed concern that political struggles are hindering progress on a 9/11 museum at the World Trade Center site.