Condé Nast is sponsoring the opening day of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. When the center opens its doors on May 21, entrance will be free to anyone who has reserved their spot at 911memorial.org. Tickets for the event went on sale today.
“Condé Nast is privileged to play a role in the renaissance of an area that has held a distinct place in our nation’s history for centuries,” said Charles Townsend, Condé’s CEO, in a statement. “As the birthplace of New York City, the site of President Washington’s first inaugural address and the highly anticipated reopening of the WTC site, lower Manhattan has been — and will be — the home to many important events which shape the character of our country.”
Admission to the museum will be free for 9/11 families and 9/11 rescue workers who have registered.