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Kick off your Nationwide Run/Walk experience with our opening ceremony and be inspired by the impact we’re making together!
20,000 Mile Challenge
Help us meet our collective goal to run or walk 20,000 miles!
Sponsored by Major League Baseball
Thank you to all who took photos to celebrate helping us meet our 20,000-mile challenge. Check out our gallery to see all of the great photos!
Perks & Discounts
Sponsored by Howard Hughes
Download your Bib (or use the promo code RUNWALK) to redeem exclusive offers and discounts at participating restaurants and retailers. Offers valid from April 25 through May 30. Terms and conditions apply.
Enjoy a variety of activities from our community partners and sponsors for participants of all ages.
Train with the NYPD
Watch as NYPD Fitness Manager Elicia Breen shares tips to prepare for your run/walk.
This September marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks. Join us on a 20-week journey to the 20th anniversary commemoration and submit your message of remembrance.
Explore the 9/11 Memorial & Museum
9/11 Memorial & Museum Map
Your support ensures that the 9/11 Memorial & Museum remains a globally recognized symbol of healing, renewal, and hope in the aftermath of tragedy. Click the circles to explore the Memorial and Museum!
The North Pool
The North Pool sits in the footprint of the former North Tower. The names of the 2,983 people who were killed in the 2001 and 1993 attacks are inscribed on the parapets edging the pools. The North Pool parapets include the names of those who were killed at the North Tower, on hijacked Flight 11, and in the 1993 bombing.
The South Pool
The South Pool sits in the footprint of the former South Tower and includes the names of first responders, as well as those who were killed at the South Tower, on hijacked Flight 175, at the Pentagon, on hijacked Flight 77, and on hijacked Flight 93.
The Survivor Tree
In October 2001, a severely damaged Callery pear tree was discovered at Ground Zero. Members of the NYC Parks and Recreation Department removed it from the site and nursed it back to health, and it was returned to the World Trade Center site in 2010 and now stands on the Memorial as a symbol of perseverance.
The Memorial Glade
The southwestern area of the Memorial plaza is dedicated in honor of all who are sick or have died from exposure to toxins in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, including first responders and recovery workers at all three sites, relief workers and volunteers, survivors, and lower Manhattan residents, students, and workers.
These historic remnants of the Twin Towers’ façade are 70-foot high columns known as “tridents” for their three-pronged tops. They were salvaged from the North Tower and are installed in the Museum Pavilion.
The Slurry Wall
Built to hold back the Hudson River, this section of the original retaining wall remains exposed as a symbol of resilience in Foundation Hall.
The Last Column
One of the core columns of the South Tower, this was the last piece of structural steel to be removed from the World Trade Center site during the clean-up after 9/11. It is covered with markings, pictures, and tributes from different agencies and individuals and represents the community that formed during the recovery at Ground Zero.
20th Anniversary Commemoration of 9/11
20 weeks from now, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum will lead the nation in commemorating the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Now more than ever, it’s important to reaffirm our collective promise never to forget. For the latest on our 20th anniversary plans, make sure to visit:
Stories of Hope
From the daughter of a 9/11 first responder reflecting on her father’s legacy, to a recovery worker recalling the Survivor Tree’s journey home, our Instagram series Stories of Hope shares lessons learned in the aftermath of 9/11 that today offer hope and inspiration.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum Visionary Network brings people between the ages of 21 and 45 together through acts of advocacy, commemoration, and engagement to ensure that their generation, and future generations, remember 9/11 and its aftermath. It’s free to join.
Become a Museum member! Museum membership comes with exclusive year-long benefits including discounts at the Museum store, free express entry, extra guest passes, and much more.
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Thank You to our Sponsors
Thank you to our Sponsors. Our work is not possible without your support.
Thank You to Our Corporate Teams!
Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.
Alliance for Downtown New York
Bank of America
Clear Channel Outdoor
Conrad New York Downtown
FC Bayern Munich
Fiduciary Trust International
Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation
Millennium Hilton New York Downtown
Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport/ LaGuardia Gateway Partners
The Port Authority of NY & NJ
Westfield World Trade Center