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New York's 9/11 Memorial

Visit this remarkable memorial that was built in honor of those lost during the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Take a moment to sit or meditate at the two reflecting pools that mark the foundations of the Twin Towers.

Wander through the memorial garden to visit the Survivor Tree, a symbol of life that stands as a reminder of survival and resilience. Enjoy a full calendar of visitor programs that range from lectures to art exhibits. Visit the museum to see a varied collection of artifacts, photos, and exhibits. See the Memorial Exhibition, learn more about the people who lost their lives during the attacks.

The museum store offers visitors a chance to support the memorial through the purchase of keepsakes, mementos, and clothing items.

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Prices -

  • Adults: $24
  • Students, veterans & seniors (65+): $18
  • Youth (7-17): $15
  • 9/11 family members, registered 9/11 rescue and recovery workers, and children under 6: Free Entry
  • Guided tours: Available for an additional fee

Hours -

The 9/11 Memorial
  • Daily: 8.30 AM - 8.30 PM
The 9/11 Museum
  • Sunday to Thursday: 9 AM - 8 PM
  • Friday & Saturday: 9 AM - 9 PM


  • Public Programs
  • Art Exhibits
  • Veterans Memorial Tours


  • Museum
  • Memorial Garden
  • Guided Tours
  • Survivor Tree
  • Reflecting Pools
  • Museum Store


  • Is photography allowed at the 9/11 Memorial?
    Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs anywhere within the 9/11 Memorial. When you take photos, please remember to respect other visitors, and remember the unique solemn nature of the memorial. All photography must be for personal use only; no professional photography is allowed. No photography of any kind is permitted in the security screening areas or other restricted areas.
  • Is cell phone use permitted at the 9/11 Memorial?
    Visitors can use their cell phones to make calls on the Memorial Plaza and inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum Store at Vesey. Cell phones must be silenced and not used for calls while visiting exhibition spaces in the Memorial Museum. Visitors using a phone for the museum's audio tour must use their personal headphones. Smartphone users can download a responsive "Explore 9/11" app that includes an audio tour, photos, and an interactive timeline.

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