The planned redevelopment includes several World Center tower buildings, a memorial museum, and landscaped plaza. The original footprints of the two former World Trade Center towers will be preserved as reflecting pools.
Whether you take a walking tour, drop into the nearby Ground Zero Museum Workshop or view the tributes on nearby Church Street, a visit to Ground Zero is an emotional, numbing experience that's not soon forgotten. It's a site for reflection and respect rather than snapping photographs.
Ground Zero is in Lower Manhattan, bound by Vesey Street, West Street, Liberty Street and Church Street. Ground Zero has a subway and PATH train station, and you can also catch the subway to nearby Park Place or Chambers Street.