The 9/11 Tribute Center welcomes reservations for groups of 15 or more people.
Request a reservation for your group visit by contacting Group Reservation Services.
Phone: 212-393-9160 x132
Self-Guided Group Visit to 9/11 Tribute Center
30 – 45 minutes, $10/student, $15/adult
Learn about the events of 9/11 through authentic personal stories, videos and objects. Whether your group has just half an hour or can spend more time, they will gain insight and understanding into how 9/11 was experienced by those who were there. A must-see experience to fully appreciate the significance of this history and to provide meaning if the group plans to visit to the 9/11 Memorial.
The 9/11 Tribute Center provides a life-changing experience. It should be included on all student tours of New York City.” –American Christian Tours
Self-Guided Group Visit to 9/11 Tribute Center & Guided Tour of 9/11 Memorial
60 – 90 minutes, $20/person
Each tour offers unique personal experiences of survival, loss, resilience and ends in a discussion of rebuilding. Tour guides share their experiences as 9/11 survivors, rescue and recovery workers, lower Manhattan residents, volunteers or 9/11 family members. Limit 20 people per tour.
9/11 Tribute Center Education Program
60-90 minutes, $10/student
Students will tour the museum galleries to experience the impact of 9/11 through the stories of those who were there, focusing on learning through primary sources: videos, artifacts, images and oral histories. After touring the galleries, students may speak with a 9/11 Tribute Center guide who will share personal 9/11 experiences, answer questions and engage students in dialogue about the future. Recommended for 5th–12th grade. Limit 60 students. Learn more about our Student Programs >>
This is possibly the single most positive learning experience I ever had. It was amazingly powerful” -High school student from Queens, NY
Group Audio Tour of 9/11 Tribute Center & 9/11 Memorial
75 minutes, $20/person
Guide yourself through the galleries of the 9/11 Tribute Center and the 9/11 Memorial. More than 30 people, many of whom are 9/11 Tribute Center guides, candidly share their 9/11 stories, what the 9/11 Memorial means to them, and their personal quests for recovery. Their stories interpret gallery artifacts and guide visitors to the 9/11 Memorial where stories also reflect upon the meaning of the memorial pools and the survivor tree. The audio recording is 45 minutes long but additional walking time is needed. Ideal for large groups with limited time. Audio tours are available in English and Spanish.