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Activities for seniors in Financial District
9/11 Memorial and Museum:

Something everyone should see is the current state of the World Trade Center. The area has been build up in recent years to include a memorial with two reflecting pools set in the foundations of the former Twin Towers and the names of those who were lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks listed around the perimeters. The grounds also include the newly built One World Trade Center, and the 9/11 Museum, which houses images, artifacts, oral histories and more. Admission is free on some days, but senior discounts are offered otherwise. 212-312-8800.

Museum of American Finance:

Located inside the site of New York’s first bank, the Bank of New York, a visit to the Museum of American Finance should prove to be an interesting outing for senior and aid. The museum is dedicated to the history of financial markets, money, and banking, with many different exhibits on display. Be sure to check their website to see what exhibits will be on display and what events are upcoming. They offer senior discounts and the building is fully accessible for those needing a wheelchair. 212-908-4110.

Museum of Jewish Heritage:

Dedicated to those who lost their life in the holocaust, the Museum of Jewish Heritage celebrates the traditions, the achievements, and the faith of the Jewish community. Aside from numerous exhibits on display, the museum also hosts many Judaic-themed theater acts. They offer senior discounts and free admission at certain times. Be sure to check their website because the museum observes several major Jewish holidays. 646-437-4202.

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