9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York, NY
180 Greenwich St • New York, NY 10007
Commemorating the fateful day of September 11, 2001, in New York City, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum tells the story of the events at the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and on Flight 93. The museum houses interactive and eye-opening exhibits, films, and talks honoring the men, women, children, and families whose lives were drastically altered that day.
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On average it takes 2 hours to experience the entire museum.
The museum is open daily with the following hours of operation: (1) Wednesday - Monday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm (Last Entry at 5:30 pm) and closed each Tuesday.
Yes. Personal photography is permitted. Professional photography must obtain a permit.
Enter the 9/11 Memorial at the intersection of Liberty Street and Greenwich Street, at the intersection of Liberty Street and West Street, or the at the intersection of West Street and Fulton Street.
Visitors will be permitted into the Museum at the time specified on their ticket. Entry for early or late arriving visitors will be at the discretion of Museum staff.
No. Re-entry is not permitted once you have left the building.
In certain areas, such as the exhibits, cell phone usage is prohibited.
Visitor passes are no longer required to visit the Memorial.
The historical exhibition may not be appropriate for visitors younger than 10. Adults accompanying younger visitors should exercise discretion before entering.