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This museum is the ultimate collection of artifacts, photographs, and history surrounding the attacks on the World Trade Center and American civilians. Here is what is not to be missed.
Relatives and friends of those who perished have donated intimate belongings to build up a human portrait. Items donated or used by rescue teams are also on show.
Divided into pre-9/11 and post-9/11, this exhibition portrays the impact the events had on the United States and the rest of the world.
Listen to audio bites from survivors and rescue teams - personal and moving accounts of what happened on September 11th.
Gary Suson was the official photographer during the fire union's recovery. His work includes the famous pictures of firefighter Oscar Garcia kneeling on the ground.
This wall is covered in almost 3000 photographs of people who died that day - a pictorial demonstration of the devastating loss.
You should set aside about three hours to manage to see the museum, plus other sections of the 9/11 Memorial.
Photography is permitted as long as it is for private use and there is no flash.
- When to visitSunday to Thursday, 9:00AM to 8:00PM, Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM to 9:00PM.
- What is the price?Adult tickets are just $24. Tuesdays after 5:00PM are free.
- Will I need a guide?A guide is not necessary in the museum, but check out our options for buying tickets in advance.
- How to get thereThe museum is located in lower Manhattan, easily reachable from many train lines, depending on your starting point.
- Additional tipsTickets are purchased for a preferred date and time, up to three months in advance.
What People Are Saying About Ground Zero Museum
The guide was excellent. He made the tour vivid and personal. The tour was very interesting. Ray was the best!
We were thrilled by the honorable commemoration, including the huge collection of evidences from this terrible event.
The 9/11 memorial museum really embodies the memories and heartbreaking tells of what happen on September 11, 2001. It is a define must see. If you have any ties to what happen and even if you don't be prepared to experience some emotions while there.
If you are going to this exhibit, be sure you get there at least 30 minutes ahead of your ticket entry time. Lines are long and people spend a long time inside - hence - delays occur thru the day. The exhibits are as real as you can imagine it was. Though they could have surely had more, the pieces they had where spot on. There was numerous other exhibits such as videos, photos, etc. that really filled out what happened that day.
Although rather sobering, tour was very well done and clearly worth doing. Ground Zero and the Memorial Museum are quite impressive. Tour guide was informed and effective. Would recommend.