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9/11 Museum Wire

Curbed NY visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum and found it an "in-depth account of a day that no one could ever forget, whether they lived through it or not, whether they were in New York City at the time or not." Though the memorial plaza has been open since 2011, the controversy-fraught underground museum—which seeks, according to one of its architects, "to find a balance between the collective and the individual experience"—is now open to the public with a $24 admission fee. [Curbed NY; previously]