The 9/11 Tribute Museum is on life support.
Staff say the Lower Manhattan museum will be closing for good, a decision brought on after a sharp drop in visitors since the COVID-19 pandemic.
The museum is located on Greenwich Street, not far from the National September 11 Memorial Museum that sits next to the memorial pools at the site where the former Twin Towers stood.
“My fear is that there is a huge void left for people that are still suffering from post traumatic stress from the illnesses and the cancers,” Jennifer Adams said.
The museum was started by FDNY widows who wanted a place
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