- Gain personal insight into the events of 9/11 through insightful, emotional and personal accounts as told by the people who were there
- Witness never-before-seen video footage and recovered artifacts that engage children to remember and take action to shape the future
- Take the optional guided walking tour of the 9/11 Memorial led by survivors, rescue and recovery workers, family members, and residents
A visit to the 9/11 Tribute Museum reveals the ways in which the events of September 11th 2001 changed lives - especially of first responders, survivors and family members of those lost in the tragedy. A project of the September 11th Families' Association, the 9/11 Tribute Museum serves as a testament to the perseverance of the human spirit.
Witness never-before-seen video and recovered artifacts from Ground Zero up close, juxtaposed with emotional recollections and testimonies from survivors. You'll also learn about the unprecedented rescue and recovery operations as well as the ongoing rebuilding of communities.
The Museum also provides a space for firefighters, police officers, survivors and family members to share their personal accounts of these life-changing events.
If this all sounds impossibly heavy, it is indeed a lot to absorb. However, the experience travels from darkness to light. The exhibitions begin with the history of Lower Manhattan, then move through the events of 9/11, the rescue and recovery, and finish with a tribute of remembrance that speaks volumes of the tremendous depth of our humanity.
Show your smartphone ticket at the meeting point.
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
- A portion of the ticket fee is donated to the September 11th Families' Association
- For a nominal additional fee, you can take a live guided tour of the 9/11 Memorial
Subway: 1 to Rector Street Station, R to Rector or Cortlandt Street Station; A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, and 5 to Fulton Street/Broadway Station or E to World Trade Center Station.
While here, take the opportunity to convert your powerful emotions into action by making a pledge of community service to make the world a better place.
The museum was ok but really not worth visiting if you’d visited the main 911 museum.