Empire State Building + 9/11 Memorial Museum Tickets
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
More than 3.5 million visit the Empire State Building annually and the 9/11 Tribute Center has attracted 8 million people since 2014. Between both these attractions, you can take in not just amazing visuals and sights but also loads of history.
At the Empire State Building you will get to see panoramic, 360-degree views of this stunning city and how it looks. Stand in the lofty, open-air observatory and bask in the surreal views and the picturesque cityscape. Take in the bustling crowds down below as you observe them with the high-powered binoculars. To get the best experience, you should visit during sunrise or sunset.
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum pays tribute to the events September 11th, 2001. Visiting this national museum is an emotionally heavy experience which may stir up your emotion as you listen to personal stories of the victims and their families. Featuring over 11,000 artifacts, the museum explore the implications of 9/11 and its continuing significance.
Empire State Building Observatory
Step into the Art Deco lobby and see the incredible murals and paintings that pay an ode to the mechanical age, planets and stars, and more rendered in 24-karat gold. Proceed to the 86th floor enclosed glass pavilion via the uber-fast elevators and prepare yourself to take in the most magnificent views of NYC.
From atop the open-air observatory, the view that greets you is magical. Your tickets also get you access to the ‘Dare to Dream Exhibit’, ‘Sustainability Exhibit’ and 4 other educational exhibits at the venue. To make your experience more complete, you may download the ‘Empire State Building Experience’ app from your web store and get an audio guide in 8 languages along with fun facts and details about the structure.
9/11 Memorial Center
The 9/11 Memorial Center represents a day which changed the world forever. A tribute to the victims of the deadly twin towers tragedy, over here you can learn about the events before, during and after the horrific day.
Visit the Memorial Twin Reflecting Pools which are the largest manmade waterfalls. The names of each person who died are inscribed into bronze panels edging the pools and serve as a powerful reminder of what transpired in the past. Be sure to visit the Survivor Tree, the only living survivor of the day. Besides being emotionally heavy, the museum provides an educative experience and lets you take a deep dive in the history of the towers and the events that led to its fall.
Skip the line access to the 86th floor observatory of Empire State Building. Tickets valid for an entire year!
Take in panoramic views of NYCs iconic skyline and famous sights from this 360-degree vantage point.
Visit the 9/11 Memorial Center and pay tribute to the people who lost their lives during the events of September 2001.
Explore the 9/11 museum and see over 11,000 artifacts collected from the crash site and check out the Survivor Tree, the only living thing that remained after the attacks.
Learn about the past at various exhibits in both attractions