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What to Eat in the Financial District: 27 Spots Locals Love

Plates of various food

Visiting the Financial District and want to know where to eat? I have the definitive list right here, from a New Yorker’s perspective, with 27 options to cover all budgets and dining styles. Given all there is to see and learn in the area, a visit to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York’s Financial District can last anywhere from a couple of hours to an entire day. If you plan on staying for[…]

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Is the 9/11 Memorial open tomorrow on 9/11?

9/11 memorial pool from above

The 9/11 Memorial is closed to the public on Tuesday, September 11 until 3:00 pm for the 17th anniversary tribute to the victims. This ceremony is open to family members only.  The memorial re-opens to the public at 3:00 pm until midnight for the Tribute in Light, which anyone is welcomed to attend. The 9/11 Museum is closed to the public all day Tuesday, and open only to family members.

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5 Things to Do at the One World Observatory

oculus ribs as seen from outside

Many guests visit the One World Observatory, which occupies floors 100-102 of the One World Trade Center, for the once-in-a-lifetime view of Manhattan. The following is a list of things to do while you’re up there! 1. Voices/Foundations Experience “Voices,” a walk-through video montage featuring the men and women who built the One World Trade Center. Next, get a close-up look of “Foundations,” the Manhattan bedrock on which NYC was built. 2. Sky Pod Elevator[…]

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