Widow Ginny Bauer proud of 9/11 Memorial Museum despite controversy surrounding opening

Ginny Bauer, of Red Bank, lost her husband

Ginny Bauer, of Red Bank, lost her husband on 9/11. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

The 9/11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan has officially opened to the public, but the grand opening has come with more controversy.

There are reports that the museum shut its doors for a VIP party and some first responders were turned away on the last day they could tour before the venue was opened to the public.

But many involved in the museum's creation, including one 9/11 family...

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What are your feelings about the 9/11 National Memorial Museum?

It's an appropriate tribute It was insensitive to have a reception and a gift shop on site There should not be a museum there period

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