MANHATTAN — Tickets for the 9/11 Memorial are expected to be available to the general public beginning Monday.
The passes will allow people to visit the site at specific times beginning on Sept. 12, after the commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the terror attacks the day before, according to the New York Times.
On that day, only victims' family members will be allowed to visit the Memorial.
Members of the public will be allowed to enter the screening area during the half-hour block of time that is indicated on their passes, which will be available on the Memorial's website.
But they will be able to spend unlimited time inside the memorial once inside, the paper said.
Telephone reservations will be available starting Monday for groups of 10 or more and each day a limited number of passes will be avialble for walk-up visitors at the 9/11 Memorial preview site at 20 Vesey St., according to The Times.
The plaza can only accomodate 1,500 people, so officials will be monitoring how long visitors stay at the site to see how many passes they should give out.