9/11 memorial opened to the public at Ground Zero

? The 9/11 memorial at Ground Zero opened to the public today, one day after the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the attacks.About 1,500

MANHATTAN - ? The 9/11 memorial at Ground Zero opened to the public today, one day after the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

About 1,500 people with reserved tickets were allowed to walk the eight-acre plaza where the World Trade Center?s Twin Towers once stood.

The centerpiece of the new memorial is two giant reflecting pools, with waterfalls cascading down them.

9/11 Long Island Remembers

Information for 9/11 memorial ticket reservations

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