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Guide to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in NYC

Visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and find out where to pay your respects on September 11 with our commemorative guide

Photograph: Beth Levendis
The 9/11 Memorial

On the occasion of the 14th anniversary of September 11, visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum, commemorate the date with 9/11 memorial events around NYC or take guided walking tours exploring the history of the area. You can also find free things to do near the museum and great New York attractions nearby.

Where is the 9/11 Memorial & Museum?

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum are located on 180 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, New York.

9/11 Memorial Museum and events

2,000 golden daffodils to be planted in Hell’s Kitchen to honor 9/11 victims
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2,000 golden daffodils to be planted in Hell’s Kitchen to honor 9/11 victims

The Daffodil Project will return to its inaugural site at DeWitt Clinton Park in Hell’s Kitchen, where it plans to plant 2,000 new flowers

Remembering 9/11 over the last 15 years in photos
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Remembering 9/11 over the last 15 years in photos

Time has passed, but our thoughts and memories from 9/11 certainly have not. Remember the fallen with these photos.

Never Forget: 8 stunning photos from 9/11 Tribute in Light
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Never Forget: 8 stunning photos from 9/11 Tribute in Light

From dusk till dawn, two beams of light shine bright, representing the Twin Towers’ descent toward the heavens

9/11 Memorial Guided Walking Tour
Attractions

9/11 Memorial Guided Walking Tour

This walking tour in the Financial District of Manhattan covers historic buildings, including Federal Hall, the New York Stock Exchange and September 11 memorials such as the Steel Beam Cross.

New York attractions: National September 11 Memorial & Museum (slide show)
Museums

New York attractions: National September 11 Memorial & Museum (slide show)

To mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center, the 9/11 Memorial, part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, was unveiled during a ceremony on September, 11, 2011.

On 9/11, Time Out NY's editors share why New York is the greatest city in the world

On 9/11, Time Out NY's editors share why New York is the greatest city in the world

Today is a day of such significance and resonance for New Yorkers

9/11 memorial archive

Climb the stairs of One World Trade or run a 5K for 9/11 causes this spring
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Climb the stairs of One World Trade or run a 5K for 9/11 causes this spring

Mr. Brainwash created a huge 9/11 mural outside the downtown Century 21 store
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Mr. Brainwash created a huge 9/11 mural outside the downtown Century 21 store

The five 9/11 films that get it right
Movies

The five 9/11 films that get it right

The Stories They Tell: A preview of the 9/11 book
Things to do

The Stories They Tell: A preview of the 9/11 book

September 11 memorial events and commemorations in 2013
Things to do

September 11 memorial events and commemorations in 2013

See what's inside the 9/11 museum, opening this week (slide show)

See what's inside the 9/11 museum, opening this week (slide show)

On 9/11, Time Out NY's editors share why New York is the greatest city in the world

On 9/11, Time Out NY's editors share why New York is the greatest city in the world

The 9/11 Museum expected to open next year; see the progress (video)

The 9/11 Museum expected to open next year; see the progress (video)

9/11 memorials
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9/11 memorials

 

9/11 remembered
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9/11 remembered

 

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