The 9/11 Tribute Museum, formerly known as the 9/11 Tribute Center and Tribute WTC, was founded in 2006 by the September 11th Families Association – a non-profit organization.
All proceeds benefit educational programs, historical preservation and support for the 9/11 community. Its historical exhibitions share the first person perspective of people who experienced 9/11 with visitors.
Remembering 9/11 Tragedy and Heroes of the Nation –
Learn about the unprecedented rescue and recovery operations, the rebuilding of communities, be inspired by personal journeys of healing and the unprecedented acts of generosity from around the world.
From darkness to light, exhibitions begin with the history of Lower Manhattan, recount the events of that day, artifacts represent the rescue and recovery, hear the stories of those who were there along with a tribute of remembrance.
Museum artifacts, testimonies from survivors, rescue and recovery workers, and family members share the powerful response of a nation changed.
Discover the tremendous spirit of resilience and service that arose after the attacks. Create your own legacy tribute with a pledge of community service to make the world a better place. Museum exhibitions are self-guided approximately 45 minutes.
Walking Tours of Memorial Plaza –
The 9/11 Tribute Museum also offers walking tours of the Memorial Plaza. Learn historical facts relating to specific locations at the Memorial and experience the authentic personal stories of survival, loss, and healing.
Hear perspectives from firefighters, police officers, and survivors and family members as they give their personal accounts of these life-changing events as well as the history of the World Trade Center.
Tours are a unique and unforgettable way to experience history first hand and be inspired by personal journeys of healing through unprecedented challenges. Tours are approximately 1 hour.
For more, information you can also visit National September 11 Memorial & Museum