National 9-11 Memorial Museum, New York City
National 9-11 Memorial Museum, New York City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 200 Liberty Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10006, United States
Ticket Price: 24 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
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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 Ticket 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 reach 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
- Ho Yip
- Majestic Pizza
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National 9-11 Memorial Museum, New York City Reviews - Write a Review
A wonderful tribute to those who passed away on 9/11 it was very emotional and an experience I will never forget. My biggest issue was the staff that work there are not very friendly . I had purchased tickets ahead of time and when I got there had to still stand in a long line and then was told that you still need a registration ticket to get in so that was another line. I was not the only individual that had these printed tickets Offline that weren't good until you get their tickets however having the staff explain this to me when I was unsure of what they were trying to tell me and the young lady's voice and tone was not very nice she was rude to me and many other people in line . I also didn't like the fact when we were standing in line how they were yelling at people to take your tickets take your tickets Etc. Not a very welcoming site for such a somber tribute. Staff need to under as a visitor to NYC not everyone understands procedures nor knows them . A little more compassion and kindness from staff is definitely needed at this site.
Absolutely amazing tribute! Spent a good few hours walking around looking at the huge amount of artifices. Very emotional and powerful memorial. Would highly recommend. Don’t confuse this museum with the 9/11 Tribute Museum. This is the larger of the two museums and based directly underneath the fountains/foundations of the original WTC.
Definitely worth visiting, a real comprehensive exhibition demonstrating all aspects of the terrible day in history. Just walking through and seeing original parts of the buildings, emergency vehicles, individual items from victims and survivors, telephone messages left for people and detailed accounts from people who were involved in the rescue or witnessed the tragedy first hand. I also liked the fact that every victim of the disaster has been honoured individually with an account of them in a memorial theatre which is very tastefully done and will no doubt bring a tear to your eye as you hear their loved ones memories of them. Worth the admission definitely.
What can I even say....absolutely amazing museum and memorial to all those who were lots both during and after 9/11. Prepare yourself because it is very emotional and you’ll need plenty of time to get through it all. We spent a good 3-3.5 hours here and still didn’t feel like we saw everything. The museum is pretty well priced. I felt like the flow is really good and the way they had it organized is perfect. It sort of goes from the before events to those after and that makes it easy to stay on track. There were so many things that were there that caught me by surprise. I’ll definitely be back with my children when they’re old enough to understand. Everyone should come at some point. I was 8 almost 9 when 9/11 happened. I learned so much! Highly recommend!!
Very informative and tastefully done. Well worth the price of admission! I would suggest to buy the tickets from a kiosk instead of waiting in-line to get tickets. We ordered the tickets on one of the machines and pretty much walked straight in. You will have to go through metal detectors and security but you are allowed to bring in bottles of water, which I also highly suggest since it took us several hours to walk through. Everything was in English, so if that is not your primary language, I believe you can download an app that gives a tour through depending on your language.