In New York was inaugurated last week, a museum that remembers the horror of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. WIRED has released, on YouTube, a video that shows a virtual tour of the museum.
Alice Greenwald, the director of the museum, and Jake Barton, its designer, explains in the video all you need to know about the exhibits and the history of the worst terrorist attack ever.
The museum is a tribute to each of the 2,983 people killed in the 9/11 2001 attacks and in the first bombing against WTC in February 26, 1993, after which six people were killed.
Tens of thousands of souvenirs of September 11, photos, documents, audio or video are exposed in this place. After opening, the museum that cost $700 million to be built, will be open 24 hours a day for six days only for families, riverside residents and rescue teams of that period, before being open for the public on May 21, and a ticket will cost $24, according to “New York Times”.