Pay homage to the more than 3,000 victims of the September 11th terrorist attack in 2001. Here you'll find the remains of the twin towers, and will discover what happened on that fateful day.
September 11th Memorial
Found at Ground Zero, the 9/11 memorial is an open space which pays homage to all those who lost their life in the terrorist attacks in 2001. It's a place which represents survival, rebirth, and the memory of the victims.
This is the place above which the Twin Towers once stood, and now you'll find two huge fountains on which are inscribed the names of the over 3,000 victims of the attack.
During our visit to the memorial you can pass through the 300 oak trees which add peace and tranquillity, as well as seeing the famous 'survivor tree'. Experiencing the emotions which surround the 9/11 memorial is unmissable for any visitor to New York.
September 11th Museum
This moving museum brings together a collection of more than 10,000 objects to do with the September 11th attacks. In the exhibition, you can find testimonies from the survivors, photographs, objects and even material recovered from the debris.
This is a truly hard-hitting museum, which looks to pay homage to the victims of the tradgedy. In the second floor auditorium, you can see interviews, reports and images of that day, from the moment the terrorists hijacked the plane to the survivors and their memory, years afterwards.
The Museum and Memorial are open every day from 9 am to 8 pm, except for Friday and Saturday, when they remain open until 9 pm.
Access is permitted up until 2 hours before closing time (7 pm on Friday and Saturday, the rest of the days until 6 pm) to have enough time for a complete visit.
There is a free audio guide which you can download through the museum application.
|Adults||Seniors over 65||Children between 13 and 17||Children between 7 and 12|
Seniors over 65$ 22
Children between 13 and 17$ 22
Children between 7 and 12$ 17
Entry to the 9/11 Museum and Memorial
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9/11 Memorial and Museum
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