With a few years later, and after much controversy, finally next May will open the September 11 Museum, the place where before that terrible date of 2001, were the twin towers.
Many of the difficulties that could explain the delay in the completion of the work, beginning with those related to financing the work to get to those on the choice of the final project. To these were added the climate-related difficulties, since New York, between storms, snow and sand, you’re not missing anything made in recent years.
The Museum is located within the complex named 11S at Ground Zero and will officially open May 15 in a private ceremony. First seven days reserved for relatives of the victims and rescuers.
Doors open to the “normal” public starting on 21 May. Since that date, visitors can access the museum from 9 to 20. The ticket price is $24 for adults, $15 for children (7-17 years), $18 for those over 65 and free under 6 years. With the ticket you visit both the Museum and the Memorial to the victims.