The 9/11 Memorial & Museum works in partnership with many communities impacted by 9/11, recognizing the sacrifice and selflessness of rescue and recovery workers, service members, and veterans. We collaborate with survivors, witnesses, and artists in acts of commemoration and remembrance.
Rescue and Recovery Workers
If you participated in the rescue, recovery, and relief efforts following the 9/11 attacks, we welcome you to join our rescue and recovery workers registry, a space for workers to interact as a community. Once you are registered, you are eligible to visit the Museum free of charge. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum holds commemorative events and provides health resources for rescue and recovery workers.
More than 90,000 people in all 50 states are enrolled in the World Trade Center Health Program. If you or a loved one is experiencing adverse health effects related to 9/11, learn more about health resources and services here.
Witnesses and Survivors
The witnesses and survivors registry documents firsthand experiences of the 9/11 attacks and the World Trade Center bombing on February 26, 1993. If you were in close proximity to the sites of the attacks, or if you consider yourself a survivor for another reason, we welcome you to join the registry.
U.S. Service Members and Veterans
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum recognizes the courage, selflessness, and sacrifice of the people who answered the call to serve or continued their military careers after the attacks.
The Museum offers an online digital database, gathering place, and virtual gallery for artists to register their visual art, poetry, and music created in response to 9/11.