National September 11 Memorial & Museum

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Four roses rest on the North Pool of the #911Memorial during a summer rainstorm.

Flight 93 Flight Attendant Remembered For Her Kindness and Her Loving Cards

With more than 37 years of service, Lorraine G. Bay was one of United Airlines’ most experienced flight attendants. Bay put this wealth of knowledge …

United Airlines

FDNY Probationary EMTs and Medics Lay Wreath at 9/11 Memorial

Over 150 FDNY probationary EMTs and 50 medics encircled the South Pool of the 9/11 Memorial on Wednesday to lay a wreath in memory of the 343 members …

Criminal Justice

Widow of Flight 93 Co-Pilot Creates Scholarship to Help Young People Pursue Aviation Careers

LeRoy W. Homer Jr.'s lifelong passion for flight began early, with the assembly of model airplane kits and trips to the local airport on Long Island …


9/11 Memorial Art Cart: Activities for Kids

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial with kids? Join us at the 9/11 Memorial Art Cart to participate in self-guided explorations and art activities, written in …


At night, the light from the memorial pools shines up through the names on the #911Memorial.

The seedling from the @Sept11Memorial Survivor Tree is already growing at our @LeuGardens.

John Seelie, Pearl Harbor Vet Who Visited 9/11 Memorial, Dies at 94

John Seelie, a Pearl Harbor survivor who visited the 9/11 Memorial three months ago, has died at 94. A member of the 25th Infantry Division, Seelie …


Historical Exhibition

Located within the original footprint of the North Tower, the historical exhibition tells the story of 9/11 using artifacts, images, first-person …

World Trade Center

Today a rose was placed at Christopher Grady’s name on the #911Memorial in honor of his 55th birthday. #NeverForget

Names on the Memorial

<b>The nearly 3,000</b> names of the men, women and children killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 are inscribed on bronze …

Landscape Photography

Register for the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s Upcoming School Programs

As the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks approaches, many educators grapple with the best way to engage students around this sensitive …

Common Core

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Register for the Anniversary in the Schools Webinar

Teaching an emotionally sensitive subject like 9/11 can be difficult for educators, who might struggle to find new narratives and appropriate details …


Visiting the @Sept11Memorial, an incredibly powerful experience. #NeverForget

Behind The Lens: Waterfront Warrior

This father and son visited the 9/11 Memorial this summer with Long Beach Waterfront Warriors, a nonprofit group that provides relaxing beach …


Today a rose was placed at Patrice Braut’s name on the #911Memorial in honor of his 47th birthday. #NeverForget

Soaring Spirit, John Mavroudis and Owen Smith, September 11, 2006

In August 1974, high-wire walker Philippe Petit affixed a 131-foot-long cable between the Twin Towers, 1,350 feet above the World Trade Center Plaza. …

Landscape Photography

Remembering Philippe Petit’s High-Wire Walk 43 Years Later

During the early morning hours of Aug. 7, 1974, 24-year-old French high-wire artist Philippe Petit took his position at 1,350 feet above ground on …


Interpreting the Last Column: U.S. Coast Guard Marking

<b>Interpreting the Last Column:</b> <i>In this series, 9/11 Memorial & Museum exhibitions staff share the stories behind the markings and tributes placed on</i> …

U.S. Coast Guard

Blue Star Mothers Visit the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

More than 200 members of Blue Star Mothers of America visited the 9/11 Memorial & Museum on Wednesday to pay respects to those serving in the U.S. …


The Twin Towers seen above the clouds. #911Memorial #911Museum #TwinTowers #NeverForget #TBT Photo by: Katie Day Weisberger

Sunset at the National September 11 Memorial in New York City #newyork #newyorkcity #nyc @one_wtc @NYCDailyPics @nyc @Sept11Memorial

The iconic tridents are the first artifact #911Museum visitors encounter upon entering the atrium of the museum pavilion.

Today on the #911Memorial a visitor stops for a quiet moment at the South Pool to pay tribute.

Memorial Guide | National September 11th Memorial & Museum

Interpreting the Last Column: PAPD 37 Markings

<b>Interpreting the Last Column:</b> <i>In this series, 9/11 Memorial & Museum exhibitions staff share the stories behind the markings and tributes placed on</i> …

World Trade Center

Inbox: @Sept11Memorial has welcomed more than 10 million visitors since opening in May 2014.

9/11 Memorial Museum Welcomes More Than 10 Million Visitors

More than 10 million people have visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum since it opened in May 2014, marking a major milestone for the …


NYC Street Signs Honor 9/11 Victims

From Broadway to the Bowery, every street in New York tells a story. To memorialize people, events or recent history of various neighborhoods, it’s …