"Understanding 9/11" Museum Tour
Tour the 9/11 Memorial Museum to examine authentic artifacts that explain the global impact and continuing significance of 9/11. Tours are 60-minute long and intended for adult and teenage visitors. Available daily.
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Early Access Museum Tour
Tour the 9/11 Memorial Museum before it opens to the general public through this intimate behind-the-scenes Museum experience. Offered several times weekly from 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. Note: Museum maintenance and exhibition conservation may be taking place.
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"Uncommon Courage: First Responders on 9/11"
In the largest mobilization of emergency personnel in American history, thousands of first responders were deployed to the attack sites on 9/11. More than 400 first responders sacrificed their lives to save others. Learn more about the uncommon courage of these men and women on this staff led tour.
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"Understanding 9/11" Museum Tour en Español
Únas e a un miembro del personal en una visita guiada del Museo para examinar artefactos auténticos y comprender qué pasó el 11 de septiembre, cómo reaccionó la gente después de los atentados y conocer la historia y reconstrucción del World Trade Center. Nota: El tour del Museo en Español no se ofrece en Enero y Febrero
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Official 9/11 Memorial Tour
Explore the symbolism behind the Memorial’s design and learn about the history of the World Trade Center. Tours occur rain or shine. Note: Memorial Tours are not offered in January and February.
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Youth and Family Tour
An age-appropriate program that explores the design of the Memorial, the events of 9/11, and how we commemorate the attacks. The program includes a tour of the Memorial and Museum and an accompanying interactive activity. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Offered on select dates in March, April, and in summer months.  
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Other Tour Options

 9/11 Museum Audio Guide App
The official audio guide offers themed audio tours featuring stories from the day of 9/11 and the recovery at Ground Zero. It also presents details of the Museum’s archaeological elements and architectural designs of the Memorial and the Museum. Download >>

Suggested Pathways
A number of suggested, self-guided pathways are available for free download. Whether you are limited on time or interested in a specific topic, these thematic itineraries will help enhance your visit to the Museum outside of the historical exhibition. Download >>

Museum Guide for Children
This guide helps children 8 to 11 years old understand the history of the World Trade Center, what happened on 9/11, and how the site was rebuilt. Download >>
Note: Guide does not include the Museum’s historical exhibition, September 11, 2001, which may not be appropriate for visitors 10 years old and younger.