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New York 9/11 Memorial and National Museum Tickets

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Stroll through the memorial honoring the victims of the attacks and visit inside the 9/11 Museum. The exhibit tells the story of the World Trade Center attacks through personal artifacts, multimedia displays and first-person narratives.

  • Buy your ticket for the museum with the date and time that best suits your trip and forget the lines.
  • Once inside, stay as long as you like. The estimated visit time is 2 hours to see everything the museum has to offer.
  • Learn firsthand the history of the terrorist attacks.

What’s included

  • Entrance to the National 9/11 Museum (date and time pre-booked)

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What to expect

The museum recalls the horror of the attacks through exhibits that include recovered objects, photographs, audiovisual documents and testimonies of survivors. The moving tour will take you through different rooms where you can see from the remains of the building to a fire truck that carried out rescue work that tragic morning.

With museum tickets you save time and enter directly with your mobile device:

  • Book your ticket for a specific date and time.
  • Once inside, stay as long as you want to.
  • It is recommended that the visit lasts at least two hours in order to see everything the museum has to offer.

In the area outside the museum you can visit the Memorial. The footprints of the Twin Towers serve as the base for the memorial that honors the memory of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks. What many people don't know is that in addition to those who died on that fateful morning of September 11, the memorial also remembers the victims of the bombs that exploded in the North Tower on February 26, 1993.

"Reflecting Absence" is the name of the memorial's design. Formed by two large reflecting pools and surrounded by a landscape of oak trees, it invites you to reflect on what happened with the sound of water in the background.


· 16376 Reviews
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    I will never regret buying a ticket to this museum! It was one of the best I have seen in many years.
  • A
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    The place itself was very nice but I wish I could have stayed longer to see the green areas.
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    Spectacular! I have no words...
  • C
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    My sister and I have been more than happy with the attention and everything we were able to see today. I definitely recommend it.
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