The National September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the WTC bombing in February 1993.
Impressive view and a tribute to the victims of 9/11
An incredibly moving tribute to the men and women from that day. Bring tissues for the walk through exhibit, and pay the extra cash for the guided tour of the museum. Ask for Judith.
One of the best museum in NY
It's breathtaking and well thought.
The informative movies are great and museum is worth seeing. FYI there is no pictures allowed in the in memoriam and historical exhibit. Other than that pictures are allowed.
Beautiful design concept. Definitely worth a visit if you don't want to pay for the museum.
This is a stop for any tourist, or any local visitor, for sure. it is amazing how good you can feel being there, considering the cause.
A place to to never forget
Get tickets from kiosks on opposite side of the memorial building from the main entrance. No lines there.
Very impressive. I respect that they didn't build a new tower at the same spot.
What a humbling experience. Must see to appreciate.
Always remember 9/11.
Beautiful tribute and memorial.
Excellent memorial to the tragic event and the victims of such.
Skip the ticket booth line and go straight to the machines. No lines there.
Inspiring place, specially the the pools
Very impressive memorial.
Prepare to have your heart ripped out.
Download the free Audioguide App (9/11 museum) to avoid paying and queuing for a guide. Check out website for their free talks and short films
Best museum I have been.
Best museum I have ever been. Lots of actual details for what have happens, minutes to minutes event for the horrible morning.
People make a way to make some money of everything...
No matter how many times you walk through this, it doesn't get any less emotional.
Way too touristy! Liked the museum the views from the observation floor are amazing. Just feel they made the memorial into a tourist trap its too bad.
Student discounts available, dig out that student ID.
The museum is going to take you a long time, there is a lot to see and process. It's definitely worth it though so just budget a little extra time.
A MUST.. Amazing
Incredible. They left the site of each fallen tower just as they should, respectfully, as a symbolic burial ground.
Incredible! They left the sites of each fallen tower as they should, respectfully, like a burial ground.
All though I have serious doubts as to the correctness of the reports on the events of that day, the site humbles you..
Beautiful & fitting memorial & museum. We spent 5 hours here appreciating everything.
Selfies are distasteful. Remember why you're there and why all the memorials exist. Pay special attention to the white roses placed in the names around the pools. It means it's that person's birthday
Moving. Peaceful and terrifying
So sad place. A lot of people make fotos with smiles..😢
While visiting the memorial is very touching, the museum itself has very few moments really worthing the $24 ticket or the line for tuesday free admission.
Do not rush through this. It will take an hour, two, maybe more for the museum. There is a lot of impact. Be ready for it. Kids should understand and be ready to take some time to explain.
The site is a wonderful memorial. Be prepared to have your emotions stirred. Take your time visiting.
Such a beautiful memorial.. it brought tears to my eyes.
Beautiful, wonderful. You must visit the museum.
Please leave your selfie stick at home.
Unbelievable experience for me and my family. Schedule a visit if you can. It will move you. We reserved the 9am Sunday time slot for the museum. I am glad I did.
The memorial pools are worth seeing
Wow. Just wow.