The primary galleries that share personal stories of the rise of lower Manhattan, the history of 9/11 and recovery, a family Tribute memorial, the 9/11 community rebuilding and service to the world will again welcome students and visitors. Some experiences will be limited or modified to comply with safety guidelines. The Tribute Museum will be open to the public with advance ticketing and a maximum of 25% capacity to maintain social distancing. The Tribute Museum will be open daily, Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Starting Tuesday, September 8th, Tribute storytelling programs will begin indoors with pre-set physical distancing markers and separate seating. All guests will be required to wear a face covering and comply with social distancing.
The health and safety of our volunteers and visitors is our most important concern as we continue to provide educational and memorable experiences through our Tribute programs and museum exhibitions.
We are so happy to welcome you back to the 9/11 Tribute Museum!
The 9/11 Tribute Center was co-founded by Lee Ielpi (Recue 2). The Tribute Center is dedicated to documenting the history of 9/11 described by those who lived
through the tragedy.
9/11 Tribute Center volunteers - family who lost loved ones in the attack, first responders and 9/11 survivors – share their 9/11 stories with the public every day in our museum galleries, as guides on the 9/11 Memorial Plaza and at a weekly speaker series at the 9/11 Memorial Museum entitled, 9/11 Tribute Center Presents:
We Were There. The 9/11 Tribute Center and 9/11 Memorial Museum
are two separate institutions that work in partnership.
Share your story to honor the memories of the 343, those who have lost their lives due to 9/11 related illness and all who perished that fateful day.
Help make sure we never forget.
The new contact person for the Tribute center is:
KIMBERLY , Volunteer Out-Reach Manager-
212-422-3520 Ext 112
Extremely flexible time commitment.
Share your story about the extraordinary response of the FDNY on 9/11 and in the aftermath.
Tribute Museum COVID-19 Safety Protocols: