Ground Zero

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  • Address: New York, United States, New York City
  • Timings: 10:30 am - 02:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6468019113
  • Ticket Price: 69 USD
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Tour, Family And Kids

Ground Zero New York is reminiscent of the tragedy of 9/11 that took place in the city of New York. ‘Ground Zero’ is a term that is used in case of a nuclear explosion or bombings. It is used to describe the point that is nearest to a detonation. So, the site where 9/11 Memorial and Museum are standing today, was known as the ‘Ground Zero, NYC’ in the past after the New York terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on 9th September 2011. The Ground Zero, New York address is same as the 9/11 Memorial and Museum - Liberty Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10006, United States, New York City.

Though 9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero are not the same things, people use both the names interchangeably while talking about this site. Even the museum here is known as ‘Ground Zero Museum’ by many. When travelers ask about the Ground Zero tours, it means they want to visit the National September 11th Memorial and Museum. There are various tours which take you to the site and you can choose to re-live the beauty of World Trade Centre before 9/11 through these. There are also tours which have guides that were directly affected by 9/11. When in New York, you should definitely visit to see the tragedy that terrorism causes and the helplessness that a place goes through after becoming a victim of such hatred.

  • Visitor passes, including same-day passes, can be reserved on the Memorial website.
  • Although free to visit, advance passes for a specific date and time are required.

Ground Zero tour ticket -

  • Adult: USD 35
  • Child: USd 30

Ground Zero tour with museum entry tickets -

  • Adult: USD 69
  • Child: USd 59

  • 90 minute Ground Zero tour hours - 9.30 am, 10:30 am and 2:00 pm daily.
  • Check the official website for more timings. 

  • Take a bus and then walk to St Paul’s Chapel. 

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  • Ground Zero Address: New York, United States, New York City
  • Ground Zero Contact Number: +1-6468019113
  • Ground Zero Timing: 10:30 am - 02:00 pm
  • Ground Zero Price: 69 USD
  • Best time to visit Ground Zero(preferred time): 12:00 pm - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Ground Zero: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 24.83% of people who visit New York City include Ground Zero in their plan

  • 37.33% of people start their Ground Zero visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ground Zero

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

47.76% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ground Zero

People normally club together One World Trade Center and Wall Street New York while planning their visit to Ground Zero.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Gary, the place you have created for the world to see is unbelievable! I shed many tears while in your Musuem, it’s beautiful to see what you have done for the victims of 9/11. They will never be forgotten and your images will forever be in my mind. I am glad to say I meet you personally, your a humble kind hearted man that deserves every word in this review. I highly recommend anyone coming to the NYC to get down to this place and experience it! Your mind will be blown, a 5 star recommendation is not enough. Make sure you view this place before the memorial as well, it puts the memorial in much better perspective. Cheers, Louise from Sydney, Australia.

  • Absolutely beautiful! I would allow 3-4 hours to walk through the Museum. Easy 5+ hour Day just at WTC.

  • A wonderful little treasure of a museum. Very interesting and emotional. A great experience and a tribute to the wonderful people of New York. Never Forget

  • This place is small and tucked out of sight on the second floor of a multi-use building. But if you are on a trip to NYC with young kids, and have been marching thru gigantic museums you will appreciate this place. It is a small space filled with photos and artifacts of the 9/11 clean up and recovery effort. It is moving and informative, but spares us the horrors of the actual event. The audio tour is very interesting and easy for adults and kids alike.

  • Nice visit thank you

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