National September 11 Memorial Museum


Located beneath the eight acre, 9/11 Memorial in New York City’s lower Manhattan, the 110,000 square-foot museum is the global focal point for preserving the history of the terrorist attacks and exploring their continuing significance. The museum tells the story through artifacts both monumental and intimate in scale, and through first-person accounts and multimedia displays. It bears solemn witness to the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing by honoring the victims, the survivors and the first responders and gives voice to the experiences of many, shaping individual narratives into a story of global impact.

Designed by: Thinc Design; Local Projects; Hadley Exhibits, Inc.; Layman Design; Design and Production Inc.; Electrosonic; PPI Consulting; Fisher Marantz Stone Layman Design; Renfro Design Group, Inc.; Jaffe Holden; Art Preservation Services; Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC; Davis Brody Bond, LLP; Snøhetta; Lend Lease; and the National September 11 Memorial Museum