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9/11 Memorial

New York, USA
4.8 / 16
Memorial dedicated to the victims of the terrorist attack on the twin towers on September 11, 2001. The complex is installed on the site of former skyscrapers that collapsed as a result of an air assault. Waterfalls collapse into two large foundation pools, oak alleys are planted around. Memorial plaques are fixed on the parapets, which lists all the names of those who died that day. Near the pools is a museum.
Address:180 Greenwich Street, New York
Phone:+1 212-312-8800
Hours:monday: 09:00–20:00 tuesday: 09:00–20:00 wednesday: 09:00–20:00 thursday: 09:00–20:00 friday: 09:00–20:00 saturday: 09:00–20:00 sunday: 09:00–20:00

One of the most incredible museums I’ve ever been to. The building itself is so well designed and the exhibits are well laid out. The fact that the mu.. Read more »
Absolutely phenomenal! This is a must-see when visiting NYC. The grounds outside are breathtaking. When you enter the museum, there’s a security chec.. Read more »
The museum was just fantastically done. It is very long and they do tell you that. They tell you to pace yourself rest when you want. I think it would.. Read more »
I can’t say enough about this memorial! I was 11 when the towers fell and, ever since, always wanted to visit ground zero. I pictured it in my mind se.. Read more »
What can be said about a memorial to one of the most harrowing moments in American (and potentially world) history? Simply standing at ground zero is .. Read more »
I was very emotional being in this Museum. Beautiful Museum. One of my memorable trip to New York City. It would have been nice if they have more arti.. Read more »
Only got to see the memorial but my gosh is it absolutely beautiful. The memorial is breathtaking as well as super serene and tranquil. A nice place t.. Read more »
This is honestly one of my favorite places to visit. The history and the spirit here is incredible. Even though it's a memorial of such a tragic and t.. Read more »
Worth the visit! Well laid out museum paying proper tribute to 9/11/2001, it's victims and its heroes. They have it set up where you only go one way .. Read more »
This is a must see! Such a great learning opportunity for my kiddos and I. I was younger when this tragedy happen... it was great to learn so much mor.. Read more »
Absolutely beautiful and touching memorial and museum in the exact place of the twin tours that fell in 2001. This memorial in New York City gets mill.. Read more »
Does anyone actually consider this to be a park? I understand the significance and meaning of the location and memorial, but as a park, this is a fai.. Read more »
We had planned to go to the memorial in our short stay in NYC. But we didn't know about the museum. We made changes to spend the morning at the museum.. Read more »
Beautiful museum! It was an unforgettable experience. Made me tear up watching short clips of 9/11 and all the pictures of the twin towers. I went for.. Read more »
Everyone should visit this beautiful place, at least once in their life! It was very emotional, as I can remember exactly where I was on September 11.. Read more »
First time visiting the site. An emotional walk back to one of the most unfortunate events in the history of the country. Respect to those who risked .. Read more »
I wish I were there to see the Twin Towers, they looked very amazing! The memorial looks very beautiful at night with the One World Trade Center (Free.. Read more »
First time visiting the site ever, It’s very surreal that 19 years ago the twin towers were burning and ultimately were destroyed The Memorial pools .. Read more »
A very respectable tribute! Cudnt visit the museum but park and pools are really great to visit. WTC and other buildings are worth to watch from the .. Read more »
The most peaceful respectful and beautiful tribute to everyone and everything we lost. I love coming here. The silence speaks volumes. The space is sa.. Read more »
In 2015, the Princess Trans-Atlantic Cruise took me from Rockhampton UK to New York, US. It was just days after 9/11 anniversary. I had to visit this .. Read more »
It’s closed now due to COVID
This museum is very touching and moving all at the same time.you really feel what people were going through when this tragic happened. Even though the.. Read more »