9/11 Memorial and Museum
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9/11 Memorial and Museum tickets and tours

The 9/11 memorial is an inspiring and affecting experience no New York visitor should miss. It consists of two recessed waterfall pools set in the foo...

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No visit to New York is complete without experiencing the somber and poignant 9/11 Memorial & Museum. You’ll see: - The museum, with 110,000...

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2 hours
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£ 19
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Gain a deeper understanding of 9/11 and its legacy with the expert knowledge of a local guide. This respectful and insightful tour will intr...

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Available in: English
£ 50
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Available in: English
£ 88
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Your tour will begin at St. Paul’s Chapel on Broadway. This site is considered to be the oldest public building still in use. During the 9/1...

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Join the all-access tour, which will begin with a 90-minute walking tour that covers St. Paul’s Chapel, the Firefighter’s Memorial Wall and ...

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Available in: English
£ 78
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Available in: English
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The inside story

The 9/11 memorial is an inspiring and affecting experience no New York visitor should miss. It consists of two recessed waterfall pools set in the footprints of the fallen twin towers, each pool surrounded by bronze plates featuring the names of those killed in the tragedy of 11 September 2001 (and the explosion of 1993).

Standing alongside a 30,000sq ft (2787sq m) pool, you watch water descend 30ft (9m) in gentle silver strands against a dark Virginia granite wall before disappearing out of sight into a smaller, deeper aperture. Your eyes are drawn constantly downwards, but then back up to the void in a reflective cycle. The memorial is aptly named “Reflecting Absence.”

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How to get there

9/11 Memorial and Museum 180 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10007, United States of America New York

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