Admission 911Museum + Observatory ONE World

Admission 911Museum + Observatory ONE World

Location: New York
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Observatory ONE
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The World Trade Center has become one of the most visited places in New York, we visit the two pools - which are located where the Twin Towers stood - where we stop to remember. Along the edges of the pools, where the names of the victims are engraved, sometimes you will find a flower to remember the person's birthday. A few steps away is the Museum 9/11, created and wanted to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and 1993.


911 Memorial and Museum
The view from One World Observatory


The visit to the Museum brings to life the tragic events of 11 September and the following days with photographic and video documentation. Many exhibits and memories left by family and friends. The exhibition is divided into four parts, the first dedicated to history, tells the facts of the day and examines what happened in the world before 9/11 and what happened soon after.
The second part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Memory of the 2983 victims, in a large room they are exposed their photos and you can hear the stories and testimonies of family members for each of them.
The third part contains more than 500 images by the French photographer Stephane Sednaoui. On the morning of September 11th, he was in his studio on the roof of the building on Great Jones Street in Lower Manhattan, and had the opportunity to photograph and film the events.
The last part of the exhibition is dedicated to the reconstruction of the World Trade Center.
The section of two 25-meter-high steel columns was immediately impacted at the entrance. The exposed Tridents were part of the external façade of the North Tower, another part is exposed at Hoboken, in the New Jersey Memorial.
The museum is open every day, considering that the visit can last on average about 2 hours: 9/11 Museum
Sun - 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri and Sat 9am - 9pm
ONE World Trade Center Observatory
The ONE Observatory is the third observatory in New York, but unlike the other two, the Empire and the Top of the Rock, going up to ONE's 100 floor gives a totally different emotion and involvement.
Starting from the lift, there are 5 and are called Sky Pod. At the top you get in 60 seconds, but it will be 60 seconds of history, because in the climb you can get excited looking at the history of New York from its birth to the present, all projected on the screens that cover the elevator walls to then get to the big final we offer you in our video (to watch until the end!)
Video: Ascent to the ONE WTC Observatory

As soon as you exit the 102 floor you will find the City Pulse, a ring formed by LCD screens that give you real-time information about the city, while on the 100th floor you will find the Sky Portal, a space that lets you see the streets of New York under you , this is also the main plan of the Observatory. Enjoy the views and if you fancy a snack on the 101th floor you will find the restaurant.
With the ONE World + 9/11 Museum and Memorial Observatory Package you save up to 16% on the regular price of admission tickets purchased individually.
What to know about the ONE Observatory
The Observatory opened its doors to the public on 29 May 2015
It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, with its 541 meters (1776 feet) it is the 5th tallest building in the world
The Design is from the Studio of the Architect David Childs
How many floors are there ?: 104, the main floor of the Observatory is on the 100 floor
It has 71 lifts, 5 of which are for the Observatory
Lift speed: 37km which means that in 60 seconds you go from 0 to 102th floor
Available: Every day, all year
Images ONE WTC and 9/11 Museum and Memorial


Price: $ 59.00
Price Kids: $ 49.00 *  3/11 years
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