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9/11 Memorial And Museum Will Charge $20-25 Admission Fee


The 9/11 Museum and Memorial will have a new motto when it opens in April 2014: Never Forget To Pay Admission. Museum officials announced on Friday that visitors will have to pay a mandatory $20-25 admission fee to enter the museum (the memorial will remain free). "We're still in the process of considering how much, but it will be in the range of $20 to $25," Anthony Guido, a spokesman for the museum said. "It will be a set fee." As you can imagine, 9/11 relatives are decidedly split about the decision. "It's ridiculous," retired FDNY Deputy Chief Jim Riches told the News. Riches lost his firefighter son Jimmy on 9/11. "We asked for a memorial and they've turned this into a P.T. Barnum production. These people are trying to make money off the worst day in American history." More,

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