The World Trade Center Memorial in downtown Manhattan is a place for reflection, remembrance and gratitude. Pay your respects with a visit to the Ground Zero memorial and take a quiet moment next to cascading waterfalls and bronze panels engraved with the victims' names. The National September 11 Memorial Museum is located within the heart of the World Trade Center site spanning 110,000 square feet. The events of 9/11 are told through multimedia displays, artifacts, and narratives and document the impact of those events. Guests can walk from the hotel.
10am to 6pm with last entry at 5pm; Reduced hours in winter
$24 for Adults; $18 for Seniors (65and over), US Veteran & US College Student; $15 for Youth (7-17); Children under 6 are free
Visit the Memorial pools
Take a moment to reflect
Find names of victims on the bronze panels
Leave a token of remembrance
Disclaimer : Prices to attractions are subject to change. Please refer to the venue's website for current pricing.
Is it free to visit? How do I get there?
Yes, admission is free, however advance reservations require a $2 non-refundable service fee per guest.From our hotel, you can easily walk to the site entrance, which is located at the northwest corner of Albany and Greenwich Streets. Otherwise, take a cab or the subway to the Fulton Street stop.
What can I see at the memorial?
You will see artifacts from the North Tower and two bronze panels commemorating the victims of the attacks, set beside two pools with waterfalls and surrounded by a tree-filled plaza. To ensure entry to the 9/11 Memorial and reduce your wait time, make ticket reservations in advance online or by calling 1-212-266-5212.