National September 11 Memorial Museum

National September 11 Memorial Museum
Jun 14, 2014
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National September 11 Memorial Museum_01 A piece of impact steel shows the point of impact where Flight 11 pierced floors 93 through 99 of the North Tower.

Photo by Jin Lee

National September 11 Memorial Museum_02 A tower volume clad in aluminum is designed to appear to hover above box column foundations. On a nearby wall, an art installation by Spencer Finch of 2,983 paper squares recalls the blue sky day of September 11th.

Photo by James Ewing

National September 11 Memorial Museum_03 As visitors descend down the entry ramp (center in photo) they get a view overlooking Foundation Hall. 

Photo by James Ewing

National September 11 Memorial Museum_04 A pair of tridents can be seen inside the glass-and-steel entry pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

National September 11 Memorial Museum_05 Inside the entry pavilion designed by Snøhetta, a pair of steel 
columns salvaged from the North Tower, known as 
the tridents, are on display.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

National September 11 Memorial Museum_06 A piece of a trident 
is seen inside an exhibition and has video projected onto it.

Photo by Jin Lee

 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_07 Photos of each of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 2001 and 1993 terrorist attacks are shown in an exhibition.

Photo by Tom Hennes for Thinc Design. 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_08 The slurry wall was part of the World Trade Center's original foundation, and was built to keep the Hudson River from flooding the site. After the building's collapse the wall was in danger of failing. In the foreground is a piece of bent steel originally from one of the World Trade Center towers.

Photo by Jin Lee

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The Last Column (left in photo) is a 36-foot tall piece of steel that was removed from the World Trade Center site in a ceremony on May 30, 2002. It was signed by recovery workers, volunteers, and family members of the victims.

Photo by Tom Hennes for Thinc Design.

National September 11 Memorial Museum_10 FDNY Engine 21 is displayed in an exhibit inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

Photo by Jin Lee

National September 11 Memorial Museum_11 Photo by Tom Hennes for Thinc Design. 
National September 11 Memorial Museum_12 A quote from Virgil's "Aeneid" was made from remnant steel. Remains of unidentified 9/11 victims are in a repository behind the wall.

Photo by Jin Lee 

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A large piece of impact steel on display near the South Tower Excavation.

Photo by Tom Hennes for Thinc Design. 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_14 View from the base of the tridents, which once formed part of the exterior structural support of the facade of 1 World Trade Center (North Tower).

Photo by Jin Lee

National September 11 Memorial Museum_15 View from inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

National September 11 Memorial Museum_16 View from inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

National September 11 Memorial Museum_17 Inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_18 Inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto 

 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_19 Inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto 

 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_20 Inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

 

National September 11 Memorial Museum_21 Inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, designed by Snohetta.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto

National September 11 Memorial Museum_22 The World Trade Center site.

Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto