As we take some time this Memorial Day Weekend to reflect on those who have fought for, and given their lives for this country, controversy is surrounding a new memorial just North of us.

The National September 11th Memorial & Museum is opening to the public in New York City, and some people aren't happy about it.

In fact, some families of 9/11 victims are downright "infuriated" by the fact that a national tragedy is being commercialized. Not only will it cost you over $20 to get in, but you can take home all sorts of tchotchkes, from mugs to earrings, from the gift shop.

So what do you think, is the 9/11 Museum crass commercialism, or an appropriate memorial to a national tragedy? Will you visit? Vote below and let us know!