Hot on the heels of the CityPass, the New York Pass has recently added the National 9/11 Museum to its list of included attractions. This just leaves the Explorer Pass as the only New York visitor attraction pass not to include the museum.
Situated on the site of the World Trade Center, next to the National 9/11 Memorial, the museum houses a remarkable collection of artefacts from the day, alongside the memories and stories of those involved.
Between April and September the New York Pass and CityPass are only valid for entry to the museum after 2pm, although visitors have reported that if tickets are still available in the morning staff are allowing pass holders earlier entry.
There are a number of different 9/11 museums and memorials, so be sure when you’re doing your planning that your pass includes the one you intend to visit; you can read my full guide here.