May 5, 2013
With a nonstop flow of people coming and going, the National September 11th Memorial and Museum has become one of New York’s most popular attractions.
“We all feel the loss as well as the family members,” one man said. “So the donations that they are receiving, I’m sure, with the thousands and thousands of people visiting, I’m sure they should be making enough.”
But museum officials say they need more money to cover operating costs. That’s why the board has voted to impose a $20 to $25 fee when the underground museum opens next year.