The National September 11 Memorial &
Museum (branded as 9/11 Memorial
and 9/11 Memorial Museum) is the
principal memorial and museum
commemorating the September 11
attacks of 2001, which killed nearly
3,000 people, and the World Trade
Center bombing of 1993, which killed
six. The memorial is located at the
World Trade Center site, on the former
location of the Twin Towers, which
were destroyed during the attacks.
The World Trade Center Memorial
Foundation was renamed the National
September 11 Memorial & Museum at
the World Trade Center in 2007.