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Many visitors to New York wish to visit the site where the September 11th 2001 attacks took place, to honour those who perished and also pay respect to those who helped out at the scene.
At the National September 11 Memorial Museum – known as the 9/11 Museum – you’ll discover the full story of this fateful day through various artefacts, first-person accounts and multimedia displays.
This exhibition tells the story of the September 11th events, from the normality of a late summer day to the horrors of the attacks, with artefacts ranging from the monumental to the intimate.
Through images, videos and real-time audio recordings, you’ll discover the background leading up to the events and what it felt like to actually be there.
Named “In Memoriam”, this exhibition commemorates those whose lives were lost on September 11th 2001 and February 26th 1993. Here you’ll learn more about the men, women and children who perished in the attacks, through family photographs, recorded memories and personal artefacts.
In this enormous room you’ll find the Slurry Wall - an original relic of the World Trade Center, and the Last Column, which is covered with mementos, memorial inscriptions and posters which were placed there by ironworkers, rescue workers and others.
Download the 9/11 Memorial Audio Guide App (free via Google Play or Appstore) to take the Witnessing History audio tour! Please note you will need to bring your mobile device and headset with you.
On the 2nd floor of the Museum pavilion, you can watch short films and live talks in the auditorium.
The names of 2,983 victims of the attacks at the World Trade Center site, at the Pentagon, and aboard Flight 93, as well as the World Trade Center in 1993, are inscribed in bronze panels surrounding two enormous reflecting pools set in the footprints of the Twin Towers.
Important: Due to a special event taking place on 30th May 2019 the Museum will be operating on limited morning hours and is currently fully booked for this event. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Open year round except on September 11th
180 Greenwich Street, World, Trade Center, New York, NY 10007
Visitors are welcome to explore the Museum at their own pace. An average visit can take about two hours.
The museum is accessible for wheelchair users
Once booked, this ticket is non-refundable and non-transferable.
There are a number of routes on the New York subway to get to the museum: