Visit: 9/11 Tribute Museum, New York City, NY 10006-2206
Positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere on levels 100, 101, and 102 of the One World Trade Center building, One World Observatory will provide unique, panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites, and surrounding waters. Three floors of innovation and inspiration will complement the seemingly endless views, evoking feelings of the city’s signature pride, hope and determination.
9/11 Tribute Museum Guided Tours of the 9/11 Memorial are guided by 9/11 survivors, family members of lost loved ones, first responders, recovery workers, and people who live and work in lower Manhattan, offering unique personal experiences of survival, loss, and healing.
The tour includes a brief history of the World Trade Center, the attacks on 9/11 and their aftermath, with stops at the Firefighter Memorial Wall and the September 11th Memorial Plaza, and ends in a discussion of the rebuilding of the new World Trade Center.
The 9/11 Tribute Museum offers visitors a place where they can learn about the historic events of that day, along with the personal experiences, the unprecedented rescue and recovery operations, and the tremendous spirit of support and generosity that arose after the attacks.
9/11 Tribute Museum
3 to 5 hours
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Was disappointed that the museum at the World Trade Center site was not included in ticket price. This is misleading in your explanation of the tour package. The Guide for our trip was excellence, very informative and knowledgeable. Was also dismayed at how commercial the trio became once in the Observatory, in contrast to the rest of the site which is so tastefully done with so much significance imbedded with all the memorials
The One World Observatory & 9/11 Memorial Guided Tour Combo leads visitors on a guided tour of the 9/11 Memorial, provides access to the 9/11 Tribute Museum, and then to see New York from the top of it all at One World Observatory.