9/11 Family Members

This is a dedicated area of the website for the loved ones of those killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 and includes information on how to plan a visit, find a name on the Memorial, join the 9/11 families mailing list, and give to the collection.

 In focus to the right are two hands holding a firefighter helmet with the number 37 and the word lieutenant on it. Out of focus to the left is a woman holding a framed photo of a man.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

9/11 Family Member Visit Information

 Two women embrace while standing in a crowd beside the slurry wall in Foundation Hall.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial & Museum will always be free for 9/11 family members. A dedicated phone line for family members is available to assist in planning your visit to the Museum.

Birthday Roses

A birthday rose is left on a parapet.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum each day recognizes the birthdays of the men, women, and children whose names are inscribed on the 9/11 Memorial by placing a single white rose at each person’s name on his or her birthday.

Find a Name on the Memorial

 Flowers are left near names on the parapet.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

All 2,983 names of the men, women, and children killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 are inscribed on bronze parapets surrounding the twin Memorial pools.

Give to the Collection

This recovered red wallet, belonging to Giovanna Galletta Gambale, shows significant damaged with encrusted dust and warped from exposure to the elements. There are scorch marks and soot stains on the fabric.

If you have photographs, personal mementos, or other materials such as video and audio recordings that relate to your loved one and capture a sense of who they were or reference where they were on September 11, 2001 or February 26, 1993, please be in touch about contributing these items to the Museum’s permanent collection.

Family Room

The Family Room provides a private place of comfort and reflection for 9/11 family members and their guests.

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OCME Repository at the World Trade Center

The OCME repository houses unidentified or unclaimed remains of 9/11 victims in a dignified setting.

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