Reservations Open for School Programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum

Middle school students gather around an instructor as he points out pieces of artwork displayed in a glass case at the Museum.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum has a diverse offering of school programs. Photo by Jin S. Lee, 9/11 Memorial.

Fall reservations for school programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum are now open. For program descriptions, visit our education programs page.

The Museum’s education programs are designed to challenge students to think critically about a wide range of topics related to 9/11. All programs align with the Common Core Standards, require one chaperone per 10 students, and are presented in English.

All reservations for guided school programs are made using our education booking portal. Returning users can look up their school-affiliated account here. New users can request an education portal account to begin planning their visit.

The booking portal is intended to serve teachers and administrators working with grades 3 through 12. All other visitors, including those interested in a self-guided visit, should contact the group sales department directly.  

Thanks to the generous support of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, limited grant funding is available for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut schools. For more information about the grant, please visit our education programs FAQ.

For questions specific to the content of our school programs, contact the School Programs team.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff

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