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NYC: 9/11 Memorial & Museum Timed-Entry Ticket

NYC: 9/11 Memorial & Museum Timed-Entry Ticket

From US$ 28 per person

Reflect on the events of September 11, 2001 when visiting the poignant 9/11 Memorial & Museum. Listen to personal stories of remembrance & resilience following the terrorist attacks.

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Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
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Highlights
  • Enjoy contactless entry with your timed ticket to the 9/11 Memorial Museum
  • See artifacts from the devastating attack on the World Trade Centers
  • Hear personal stories of resilience and honor the memory of those whose lives were lost
  • Pay your respects at the twin reflecting pools at the 9/11 Memorial
  • Admire the amazing Survivor Tree which survived the terrorist attack
Full description
Benefit from contactless entry to the National September 11 Memorial Museum with your pre-purchased timed-entry ticket. Enjoy complimentary access to the 9/11 Memorial, the Survival Tree, and the Memorial Glades The 9/11 Museum The museum displays over 10,000 monumental artifacts linked to the events of 9/11 and is made up of three permanent exhibition sections: • The Historical Exhibition has three parts: the Day of 9/11, Before 9/11 and After 9/11. It tells the story of what happened on 9/11, including the events at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and the story of Flight 93.  • The Memorial Exhibition "In Memoriam", commemorates the lives of those who perished on September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 and provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the men, women and children who died. • The Foundation Hall is a room of massive scale, which houses both the last column and the slurry wall.  The 9/11 Memorial (Free Entry) The “National September 11 Memorial” is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing in February 1993.  The memorial’s twin reflecting pools are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America. The pools sit within the footprints where the Twin Towers once stood. The names of every person who died in the 2001 and 1993 attacks are inscribed into bronze panels edging the memorial pools.
Includes
  • 9/11 Memorial Museum timed-entry ticket
  • Access to the Museum's current exhibitions
  • Access to 9/11 Memorial, Survivor Tree, and Memorial Glades
  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum $2 service fee
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Downloadable audio guide app
  • State of the art air purification system that regulates the air quality
  • Guided tour
Not suitable for
  • Children under 10 years
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • All participants who are over 12 years old must present proof that they have received at least one dose of a FDA or WHO-approved Covid-19 vaccine. Proof of vaccination may include the NYC COVID Safe App, Excelsior Pass, CDC Vaccination Card (or photo), NYC Vaccination Record, or official immunization record from outside NYC or the US
  • In addition to proof of vaccination, all participants who are over 18 years old must present a government-issued photo ID (e.g. driver’s license, passport, etc)

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Meeting point

• The Museum and Memorial are located at the World Trade Center site located at 180 Greenwich Street. • The barcoded voucher is your ticket and lets you bypass the "Ticket Window" lines. Please go directly to the "Ticket Holder” line at the main entry.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Headphones

Not allowed

  • Unaccompanied minors

Know before you go

  • Due to ongoing COVID-19 preventative measures, the Museum is a 1-way experience
  • Some spaces within the Museum are closed to visitors and not all exhibitions are currently available
  • Coat-check facilities, interactive exhibit components, audio guides, and guided tours are not available at this time
  • The onsite cafe is temporarily closed
  • Each elevator cab is limited to no more than 2 people or a single party
  • Photographs of 9/11 Memorial & Museum by Jin S Lee
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 6099 reviews

Review summary

  • Value for money
    4.5/5
  • Service
    4.7/5
  • Organization
    4.7/5

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We arrived right on time and were escorted to the security line. One of the managers spotted our disabled daughter (who was joining us on this excursion) and took us to the head of the security check-in line. One of the Security guards inside, asked us if we needed a Wheelchair for our daughter and brought one over... We had an excellent experience in all around. The docents were careful to meet our needs and helped us find elevators and alternate routes without even being asked... I was enourmously impressed at the service and the decorum of the site as well as the displays and exhibits.

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November 21, 2021

Very emotional and allows those who weren't there that day to feel what was truly a horrifying and sad day for the world. Makes you remember when we all came together and did not have differences, unlike today. RIP to all of those lost that day and those first responders and recovery workers lost afterwards.

October 26, 2021

My wife and I had our cruise altered since it started 4 days after 9/11. It went through NY harbor but many stops were changed. But we still had a full day to explore the city so we walked to the Battery and witnessed first hand the recovery efforts that were being made. Empty dump trucks lined up bumper to bumper driving south, fully loaded dump trucks driving north full of blast residue. Revisiting that site brought back all those sad memories but bouyed us with hope. Every American should go there so they can experience the devastation first hand.

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October 16, 2021

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