Guided Museum Tours
Join a staff member on a 60-minute guided tour of the Museum, examining authentic artifacts to understand what happened on 9/11, how people responded in the aftermath of the attacks, and the history and rebuilding of the World Trade Center. Tours are oriented for adult and teenage visitors. Available daily. All tours are in English.
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Guided Memorial Tours
Join a staff member on a 45-minute guided tour of the Memorial, exploring the symbolism behind the Memorial's design, the historical significance of the World Trade Center, and learning about what happened on 9/11. Available daily. All tours are in English. Tours occur rain or shine. Note: Memorial Tours are not offered in January and February. 
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Early Access Museum Tour
Join a staff member on a 60-minute tour of the Museum before it opens to the general public for an intimate behind-the-scenes Museum experience. These private tours are offered on Thursdays and Saturdays from 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. All tours are in English. Please note that as this tour is offered during off hours, Museum maintenance and exhibition conservation may be taking place.
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9/11 Museum Audio Guide App
Enhance your visit by using the official audio guide. The guide provides themed audio tours featuring stories from the day of 9/11 and the recovery at Ground Zero. It also presents details of the Museum’s archaeological elements and architectural designs of the Memorial and the Museum. Download >>

Suggested Pathways
A number of suggested, self-guided pathways are available for free download. Whether you are limited on time or interested in a specific topic, these thematic itineraries will help enhance your visit to the Museum outside of the historical exhibition. Download >>

Museum Guide for Children
This guide helps children 8 to 11 years old understand the history of the World Trade Center, what happened on 9/11, and how the site was rebuilt. Download >>
Note: Guide does not include the Museum’s historical exhibition, September 11, 2001, which may not be appropriate for visitors 10 years old and younger.