National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum opens to the general public

The museum houses thousands of artifacts and photos

The museum houses thousands of artifacts and photos related to the terror attacks.

NEW YORK - The National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum is now open to the general public. 

It has been open to survivors, rescuers and victims' families only since an emotional dedication ceremony last week. 

The steel and glass museum houses thousands of artifacts, photographs, oral histories and videos related to the terror attacks. 

Admission for adults is $24, but members of the 9/11 community get in free. 

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