National 9-11 Memorial Museum

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About National 9-11 Memorial Museum, New York City

The 9/11 Memorial Museum is basically America’s primary organization which is dedicated to exploring the implications of the events of 9/11, documenting the impact of those events and exploring 9/11's continuing significance. It is dedicated to both, the victims of the tragedy as well as the people involved in the rescue missions. The museum tells the story of 9/11 through the use of multimedia displays, artifacts, archives and photographs. 9/11 was an event which changed the world completely after occurrence. All of us have a basic knowledge of how it affected different people at different times, but a combined overview is difficult to gather- that is what the museum does mainly.  National 9-11 memorial Museum is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you New York itinerary for 2 Weeks

National 9-11 Memorial Museum Tickets Prices

  • Adult: $24
  • Senior (65+): $18
  • US Veteran: $18
  • US College Student: $18
  • Youth (7-17): $15
  • Free for children under 6.
  • 9/11 Family Members: Free
  • 9/11 Rescue and recovery workers: Free with registration
  • Admission to the Museum is free for all visitors on Tuesday evenings from 5:00 pm till the closing time.

National 9-11 Memorial Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • 9/11 Memorial: 7:30 a.m.-  9 p.m.
  • 9/11 Memorial Museum: Last entry at 6 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday.
  • At 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

How To Get To National 9-11 Memorial Museum by Public Transport

  • Rail: World Trade Centre railway station
  • Metro: World Trade Centre Metro
  • Cortland Metro Station
  • Bus: Broadway and Thames Street Stop

Restaurants Near National 9-11 Memorial Museum

  • Devon and Blakely
  • Ruchi
  • Ho Yip
  • Majestic Pizza
  • McDonald's

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Address: 200 Liberty Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10006, United States

Phone: +1-2122665211

Ticket Price: 24 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:30 am - 09:00 pm Details

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9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Optional 9/11 Museum Upgrade
View Deal 9/11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Op... 1175 Reviews | Duration: 1.5 hours for the tour; allow 2-4 hours for the 9/11 Museum if option is selected From USD 32.88/person

Gain a deeper understanding of the events surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the acts of heroism that rallied a nation on this 1.5 hour walking tour of Ground Zero. A certified guide with a personal connection to the events shares firsthand stories as you explore the site of the former World Trade Center and the National 9/11 Memorial, where you can pay tribute to the lives lost. Choose to upgrade and add on a ticket to the 9/11 Museum to see artifacts associated with that fateful day.

Viator Exclusive:  Statue of Liberty Monument Access and 9-11 Memorial
View Deal Viator Exclusive: Statue of Liberty Monument Acce... 1003 Reviews | Duration: Guided tour 2 hours; self-guided 3-5 hours From USD 52.64/person

Enjoy an in-depth experience of two top New York City attractions with this special-access tour, a Viator Exclusive available nowhere else. Learn about the history of New York on a guided walk down Wall Street, followed by a tour of two symbols of American freedom, liberty and perseverance: the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial. After an immersive visit to the World Trade Center site with your expert guide, gain priority boarding for the ferry to Liberty Island, offering sweeping views of Ellis Island, New York, New Jersey and New York Harbor. Enjoy an audio tour of Liberty Island and reserved access to the statue’s museum and pedestal. Then, snap photos of iconic Lady Liberty from the water and admire the NYC skyline on your ferry ride back to Lower Manhattan.

Half-Day NYC Small-Group Tour
View Deal Half-Day NYC Small-Group Tour 52 Reviews | Duration: 6 hours From USD 69.51/person

Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind big apple experience. On this half-day guided tour, enjoy an authentic New York experience. With a small group (less than 15 people) you will be able to move fast and see more. Walk, subway and ferry to see New York’s “Must See” attractions in one action-filled day.

9-11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Optional One World Observatory Entrance
View Deal 9-11 Memorial and Ground Zero Walking Tour with Op... 66 Reviews | Duration: 1.5 hours for the tour; allow 1-2 hours for One World Observatory, if selected From USD 32.88/person

Take a 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial, and gain insight into the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. A local guide shares firsthand stories of the event and its aftermath while you visit 9/11-related sites such as St Paul’s Chapel, the Fireman’s Memorial and the reflecting pools, an homage to the thousands of lives lost. You may also upgrade your tour to include a pre-reserved ticket to the One World Observatory.

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  • This was overwhelmingly emotional for me. I was just overwhelmed with so much emotion. Being able to see actual items from that day made me feel so much more connected to the victims on a whole different level. It absolutely broke my heart and I felt like I couldn't hold in my tears. What really struck me was the special corner of photos of helpless victims jumping from the towers. It was very thorough, you could easily spend a little over 2 hours in there if you really read and observe every piece. After visiting the museum, my whole perspective about 9/11 changed and it allowed me to understand more. I thought the memorial was also a very beautiful way to remember the heroes, victims, and families effected. My prayers goes out to those effected everyday from 9/11. Regardless who is responsible for 9/11, innocent people were killed and they deserve to be commemorated.

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  • “full of emotions, especially for the families who lost their own...” - you stand here and dive into the past. you start imagining how two long towers who were the symbol of powerful America, is no more, you start feeling sad but then you see new WTC tower who stand tall beside it and saying- " I am here forever" beautifully build. The idea, design is well executed. another monument will define NYC. 9/11 museum is nearby ( i don't understand why America always charge even for small museum, is not it supposed to be free so that people know about it, but no, first let me make business out of it) There is two water memorial, one for north and another for south tower. The guide is nearby, better hire one, he will tell you each minute details about it.

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  • Not sure how best to describe this experience or do it the justice it deserves. It's a place you have to visit to fully appreciate the magnitude of this life changing event. The guide was amazing, very knowledgeable and leaves you wanting to know more. 45 mins I will remember for eternity, the museum is also an experience not to be missed. This awful event is not to be celebrated but understood and it leaves you inquisitive about some of the hero's from that day. Do not miss the opportunity to visit if you are fortunate enough to go to NYC.

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  • Very touching exhibits and memorial. It is very well done. I would recommend that you get the audio guide or the guided tour to get the most out of the experience as not everything they tell you is written down. There's no doubt that they have done the best they could with the space. The memorial and the museum are very respectful towards the many victims of this tragedy and make you feel like you know each individual affected personally. Unfortunately I have had to remove one star as it was absolutely freezing and I found it hard to concentrate on the exhibits as I was so cold. The museum itself is underground in the foundations of what were the twin towers. It is pumped full of air conditioning so that it is a completely different temperature to the 30 degrees Celsius heat outside. Definitely make sure you bring a jumper/jacket!

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  • This place is a must see for visitors to New York city. It is a chilling reminder of that day. It has a certain somber feel that makes you realize the devastation of 911. The tour takes anything from 2 hours up to as long as it takes you to read and look at what was left. You go under ground to see the foundations of the twin towers. You see fire trucks that were found under the rubble. This place is Highly recommended

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