Two eighty-foot tall steel columns, known as the tridents, tower over the interior of the Museum pavilion. One World Trade Center stretches skyward outside the Museum windows.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Meeting and Event Space

Host your next conference, meeting, or function at the 9/11 Memorial Museum for a meaningful experience.

Gain exclusive access to the 9/11 Memorial Museum by hosting your next event at this world-class institution.

Packages can include:

  • Exclusive catering by Union Square Events
  • In-house audiovisual services
  • Private tours of the Memorial and Museum led by trained museum staff

The Memorial and Museum are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. All packages can be customized to accommodate groups both large and small by an event professional. 

Museum Auditorium

The Auditorium can seat 157 people and has full audiovisual capability.

An empty Museum Auditorium is seen from above. Wooden theater seats are in the foreground. Further back, lights illuminate a stage, which has a lectern and lowered video screen.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Atrium Terrace

The Atrium Terrace has capacity for 165 people standing and 135 people seated. 

Small tables and chairs fill an empty atrium terrace at the museum Pavilion. The floors are hardwood and several pieces of art decorate the walls.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Concourse Lobby

The Concourse Lobby has room for 400 people standing and 300 people seated.

Sunlight pours down a large staircase into an empty Concourse Lobby. The light reflects off hardwood floors. An information desk is to the right and an illuminated image of the Twin Towers is off to the left.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Education Center

Two classroom spaces can serve 35 people each and can be combined for larger groups up to 70 people. 

Black chairs and white tables fill an empty Education Center. There are two classrooms separated by a room divider. Colorful origami birds hang over the tables. Presentation screens and a lectern are at the front of the room.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Classroom D

Classroom D can accommodate 20 people board-room style.

Red-cushioned rolling chairs surround a long, wooden conference table. A colorful mural of children’s artwork is on the wall.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

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