From the Museum

David Stern’s "The Gatherings" Donated to the 9/11 Memorial Museum

David Stern in his studio working on "The Gatherings” (2002) Copyright Eric Feinblatt David Stern in his studio working on "The Gatherings” (2002) Copyright Eric Feinblatt

Artist David Stern’s paintings, "The Gatherings," will be displayed at the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s pavilion auditorium when it opens in May.  Read more »

9/11 Museum Tickets Available Now

The Museum pavilion as seen from the north pool on the Memorial plaza. (photo by Amy Dreher) The Museum pavilion as seen from the north pool on the Memorial plaza. (photo by Amy Dreher)

Tickets to the National September 11 Memorial Museum are available now.  Read more »

9/11 Memorial Museum Opens May 21

The iconic tridents are the first large artifacts to be seen inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum. (Photo by Amy Dreher) The iconic tridents are the first large artifacts to be seen inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum. (Photo by Amy Dreher)

A ceremony and previews for the 9/11 community will lay the path for the opening of the National September 11 Memorial Museum.  Read more »

Damaged Ambulance Shows Destructive Impact of Collapsing Towers

Damaged FDNY ambulance recovered from the World Trade Center Site (Photo by Amy Weisser) Damaged FDNY ambulance recovered from the World Trade Center Site (Photo by Amy Weisser)

A burned and damaged FDNY ambulance details the destruction and damage caused by falling debris as the Twin Towers collapsed on 9/11.  Read more »

1993 WTC Bombing Artifacts Part of Memorial Museum Exhibitions

Installation of wall fragment from the World Trade Center parking garage, B2 level (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff) Installation of wall fragment from the World Trade Center parking garage, B2 level (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff)

Artifacts from the 1993 World Trade Center bombing will be exhibited in the Museum’s Historical Exhibition to help tell the full story of the events of September 11.  Read more »

Valentine’s Day Sentiments from the 9/11 Memorial Museum

A collection of love notes from John Vigiano Jr. to his wife and high school sweetheart, Maria. (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff) A collection of love notes from John Vigiano Jr. to his wife and high school sweetheart, Maria. (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff)

On a day celebrating love and devotion, the 9/11 Memorial shares touching stories from the family of a firefighter who died while saving others on Sept. 11.  Read more »

Bicycle Rack Recovered from WTC on Exhibit at 9/11 Memorial Museum

Bicycle rack located on Vesey Street at the northern edge of the World Trade Center complex during the attacks. (Photo by Jin Lee) Bicycle rack located on Vesey Street at the northern edge of the World Trade Center complex during the attacks. (Photo by Jin Lee)

Salvaged bicycle rack from the World Trade Center complex shows a glimpse of busy morning routines.  Read more »

Remembering 9/11: One Stamp at a Time

The birthday rose placed on Morton Frank's name on the plaza this week. (Photo by 9/11 Visitor Services) The birthday rose placed on Morton Frank's name on the plaza this week. (Photo by 9/11 Visitor Services)

A high school senior presented a stamp collection to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in tribute to his uncle, Morton Frank, who was killed on 9/11.   Read more »

Relics from the Highest and Lowest Areas of World Trade Center’s South Tower

Pay telephone from the 107th floor South Tower Observation Deck and signal from the PATH train station (photo by Jin Lee) Pay telephone from the 107th floor South Tower Observation Deck and signal from the PATH train station (photo by Jin Lee)

Objects recovered from Ground Zero came from the highest and lowest areas of the buildings, from the top floors of the towers to their subterranean basement levels.  Read more »

Super Bowl Artifacts Donated by Victims’ Families

A ticket to Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, donated in memory of Timothy G. Byne by his sister Kathleen A ticket to Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, donated in memory of Timothy G. Byne by his sister Kathleen

With New York and New Jersey hosting Super Bowl XLVIII, the 9/11 Memorial Museum shares never-before-seen Super Bowl related artifacts.  Read more »