Rolla "Bud" Crick's ground zero access badge. Gift of Rolla Bud Crick.
Before his death, Rolla “Bud” Crick, who as journalist reported on some of history’s most significant moments, donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum the badge he used to access ground zero for what may be considered one of his most meaningful assignments.Read more
Ambassador Frederic C Hof, the former Special Adviser for Transition in Syria at the State Department, speaks during a February program, "The Fight Against ISIS."
The 9/11 Memorial Museum presents two public programs this month, hosting the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Afghanistan, and Iraq, and former chief rabbi of the UK and Commonwealth.Read more
Recovered $2 bill belonging to Robert Gschaar. Gift of Myrta Gschaar in honor of her beloved husband Robert J. Gschaar.
When Robert Gschaar proposed to his wife Myrta, he gave her a $2 bill to symbolize a second chance at love. The $2 bill he kept in his wallet was recovered at ground zero, and is now on view at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.Read more
Mounted in 2014, Trying to Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning is an installation by American artist Spencer Finch. The blue-tiled artwork surrounds a quote from Virgil’s Aeneid, created out of recovered World Trade Center steel by the artist Tom Joyce.
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum was a featured as a clue during an episode of Jeopardy!Read more