The National September 11 Memorial

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General Information

The National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City was created to commemorate the 2977 people who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001, terror attacks and the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Centre, which killed 6. Construction of the Reflecting Absence design memorial was started in 2006 and completed in 2011. The September 11 Museum was opened on the site in May 2014. Its collection combines more than 40,000 images, 14,000 artefacts, more than 3,500 oral recordings, and over 500 hours of video all based on the history of the World Trade Centre and the horrific events of September 11th 2001.

Getting there

You can get to the memorial and museum by taking the subway to ‘Fulton St’ which is a short walk away. The QM7 and QM8 buses also stop close by.

Opening Times and Admission

You can visit the memorial at any time of any day for free. The museum is open to the public daily 8am-8pm.

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