A woman uses a smartphone to film another woman addressing the camera at the 9/11 Memorial.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Virtual Tours

Take in panoramic views of the rebuilt World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in these dynamic virtual tours. For teachers and students, learn more about virtual school field trips.

The tours listed below are live, interactive, and led by Museum staff using Zoom. All tours are in Eastern Time and conducted in English.

A tour guide wearing a mask stands beside a piece of the mangled antenna. A woman films him speaking on a smartphone.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Virtual Museum Tour

This 60-minute live tour through the Museum’s key spaces provides a deeper understanding of 9/11, the lead-up to the attacks, and their continuing global significance. For Virtual Group Tours, see below.

A woman with a smartphone films One World Trade while a tour guide speaks at stands behind her on the 9/11 Memorial plaza.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Virtual Memorial Tour

This 45-minute live tour explores the design and history of the outdoor Memorial, highlighting the stories of those affected by the attacks. Recommended for teenagers and adults. For Virtual Group Tours, see below.

This panoramic shot is taken from the southeast corner of the north pool of the Memorial, looking northward and upward toward the soaring One World Trade.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Virtual Tours for Groups

Private virtual tours of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum may be reserved for adult groups of 10 or more people. Perfect for universities, community and senior centers, and alumni groups, these tours offer an engaging way to experience the 9/11 Memorial & Museum with an expert educator from the comfort of your own home. Email groups@911memorial.org for more information. 

A woman wearing a face mask stands in front of the Ladder 3 firetruck in the Memorial Museum. Another woman films the scene with her smartphone.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Virtual Field Trips for Schools

These live tours of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum are tailored to grades 3–12. These experiences, led by Education staff via Zoom, help students understand what happened on 9/11 and to consider the ongoing legacy of the attacks.

Accessibility

Live captioning for programs is available upon request with one week’s notice.

ASL interpretation is available upon request with two weeks’ notice.

Verbal description is available upon request with one week’s notice.

To place a request, please contact access@911memorial.org.