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9/11 Memorial passes--is it really necessary to reserve in advance?

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I will be in NY in a couple of weeks and I want to see the 9/11 Memorial. We will be doing so much in NY and I don't like to commit to a certain time and date in advance if I don't have to. I looked at the web site and it seems there is plenty of availability on the days we will be there. Do you think it will be OK just to show up without a reservation?

Thanks.

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