9/11 Museum Will Offer Monthly Free Admission Day to New Yorkers 

9/11 Museum Will Offer Monthly Free Admission Day to New Yorkers 

New York residents will soon be able to visit one of the city’s most moving museums at no cost. Starting on June 3, the 9/11 Museum (180 Greenwich St.) will offer free admission to New Yorkers on the first Monday of every month, giving city residents the opportunity “to reconnect with the feeling of community and cohesion that blanketed our city and nation in the wake of” the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

The museum, which takes about two hours to experience, is an emotional tribute commemorating the September 11 attacks; admission for a visit is $21-$33, with guided tours available for an extra fee. The 9/11 Memorial, located outside the museum in the footprint of the Twin Towers, is free to visit year-round. Get your tickets today

photo: @911memorial

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