9/11 Memorial & Museum


9/11 Memorial & Museum
World Trade Center (museum: 180 Greenwich St.)
Manhattan, NY 10007

Lower Manhattan


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Free

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a ticket? You do not need a ticket to gain access to the 9/11 Memorial, though a ticket is required for museum admission, which also requires visitors to go through a security check. You can buy tickets in advance at 911memorial.org.

Can I take a tour? The museum offers packages that grant you admission along with a tour of the museum or the memorial. Visit 911memorial.org. You can also just join one of the 45-minute walking tours of the memorial itself. And the 9/11 Tribute Center runs tours that cover the memorial and are given by guides who witnessed or survived the attacks; for more information, visit tributewtcc.org.

Who designed the memorial? The memorial was designed by architect Michael Arad in collaboration with landscape architect Peter Walker. Arad’s design was selected from more than 5,000 proposals for the site. The architect, who lived in the East Village in 2001, witnessed the second plane hitting the World Trade Center’s south tower.

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