Visiting The 9/11 Tribute Museum
The unique hallmark of the Tribute since its opening in 2006 are the Person to Person Histories. Family members, survivors, first responders, and people who live in Lower Manhattan share their stories on walking tours and in our galleries.
The 9/11 Tribute Museum offers factual information about the events of September 11 and its aftermath, but also highlights the tremendous spirit of resilience, compassion and service that arose after the attacks and offers inspiration for visitors to honor the legacy of these actions through volunteerism and acts of kindness in their own communities.
Learn the events of 9/11 by those who were there at the 9/11 Tribute Museum, then see the resilience of New York City firsthand from the top of it all at One World Observatory.
Learn about the spirit of resilience at the 9/11 Tribute Museum and take a boat tour to Ellis Island and Liberty Island.
Monday-Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm
(last ticket sold 30min prior to close.)
Open seven (7) days a week
The 9/11 Tribute Museum is located at the corner of Greenwich St. and Rector St.
The street address is:
92 Greenwich Street
New York, New York, 10006
Entrance on Greenwich Street
Rector or Cortlandt Street Station
Fulton Street/Broadway Station
World Trade Center Station
It was an unexpected somber joy. The talent and gift of [our guide] captured this moment in history in a way that made you feel you were personally present, sharing every emotional step. [He] reminded me how proud I am to be an American. Don't miss this creative presentation. You'll walk away a different person.
A beautifully organized, well thought out tribute to a day that the world won't forget. You walk throughout the [museum] with goosebumps in awe as you relive the events of September 11th....
A once in a life time opportunity to meet people with a personal link to 9/11. I honestly would go to New York for the sole purpose of revisiting the Tribute [Museum]. So different to any other experience. So much respect.
I can't express how well done this museum depicted events leading up to that dreadful day, emotions of that day and how we recovered as a nation. Volunteers were fantastic and passionate about the museum and NYC!
She told the story so well and with her heart and true feelings. I was very humbled this day. I had so many emotions flowing through me, sad, uplifting and anger. I will never forget the experience of going there.
We, as a group of eight ranging from ages 9 - 65 years old went on the walking tour. Definitely include this in your visit to the 9/11 memorial. Our guides, Joan and Pete painted such a real and vivid picture of the terrorist attack that brought NY to it’s knees and the world together as we watched the horror unfold on that unforgettable day and the weeks, months and years to follow.
Me and my daughter visited today. We enjoyed this very much. The firefighter that talked was really informative and gave us a look into what it was like to be there. We are so glad we decided to come. Thank you so much!