The events on September 11, 2001 are now in history books, on websites, museums, dedications, and in buildings across the country. While devastating, these events have created a door for Americans to come together as a country and become a stronger nation.
Hundreds of Americans, heroes, moms, dads, sisters, brothers, children, uncles, aunts, and grandparents were killed in the attack that day either directly from attack or the resulting collapse of the buildings and fires that consumed the buildings. These victims have not been forgotten.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum, located at Greenwich St and Fulton St in New York, is a detailed chronicle of the attacks that occurred on 9/11, the history that lead up to his horrendous attack, including personal voices, thoughts and items from those in the middle of the attack.
The museum is home to many, many artifacts from ground zero, fire trucks, memorial inscriptions, personal items donated by loved ones, missing posters from those who went missing that day, among other items.
For more information on the Memorial Museum, please visit https://www.911memorial.org/visit