Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

Zerve Seller: GroundZero
Activity #655
Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.6  332 rating points
# of Reviews Positive
= Overall
% Positive Average
Last 3 months 27 68 3 = 65 96% 4.7
Last 6 months 58 145 4 = 141 96% 4.7
Last 12 months 141 341 9 = 332 96% 4.6
All 3,215 7,747 141 = 7,606 97% 4.6
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

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Witness the 9/11 Recovery in a powerful, interactive tour based on the work of Official Ground Zero Photographer Gary Marlon Suson.

Rating Date Attended Reviewer Sort Descending Gender Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 5
nothing like it!
Thu, Nov 3, 11   11:00 AM vanessanatal Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Group of Friends
this little and cosy museum takes you back to 9/11 and the period after this shocking day by using real pictures and real stories, which take your breathe away. just incredible! there's nothing like it
Rating: 5
Very heartful and interesting museum
Thu, May 21, 09   11:00 AM Valeri13 Female 20-29 International Tourist(s) Other
This "biggest little museum" left a lot of feelings in my heart! It provides interesting information and deep impression and compels you to consider the human beings from the very new points. Thanx to its creators!
Rating: 4
An informative & moving experience
Thu, Mar 26, 09   11:00 AM vadebo Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
It was a great experience, learning about Ground Zero and the aftermath of 9/11. The focus was on getting New York and Ground Zero back on its feet, not dwelling too much on the actual attack. I think that is the only right approach, it's a positive message. Through stories about the firemen, you can empathize with them and have a greater understanding about what it was like for them. Moving & emotional, but always positive. I highly recommend it.
Rating: 5
Need to remember
Mon, Mar 3  12:00 PM Vacatiotour Female 70+ Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
As time goes on we forget how this event impacted our lives. This museum brings it back. The pictures and artifacts makes it seem real again.
Rating: 5
A somber reminder
Thu, Aug 5, 10   11:00 AM V080510 Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
We really enjoyed our visit to the workshop. I liked that we could listen at our leisure to the different descriptions around the room. One of the most remarkable takeaways for me personally was regarding the amount window glass from the buildings, where I was at the moment when I heard the news and turning on the TV as quickly as possible. I found the exhibit tasteful and respectful of the families of the victims. Wonderful job!
Rating: 4
Very emotional and real
Wed, Oct 18, 06   4:30 PM uwec2000 Female 20-29 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
We both enjoyed the museum and workshop. The reason it is called a workshop is because you can touch some of the objects found in ground zero. This made the events on 9/11 more real and put a personal touch to each individual killed that day.
Rating: 4
Whole new perspective
Sat, Mar 12, 11   1:00 PM utsteph7 Female 20-29 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
With so much emphasis on the actual attack, this exhibit gave visitors a chance to grieve and relate to the aftermath. Complete with photos, videos, audio and artifacts from this tragic day in history, this is truly New York's biggest little museum!
Rating: 5
Very memorable and worth the price
Thu, Aug 28, 08   1:00 PM united93 Male 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Individual
For starters, I would like to start off by saying , the tour guides were very nice and professional. They explained thoroughly what we were to see, hear, and expect among the two hours of the stay. Even though the physical space is small, there was plenty of information to see, and hear through the state of the art audio tour. It put me personally back in the time period of September 2001. At times it made me emotional which was to expect. Just seeing the pieces of rubble, parts of the building and personal belongings that were gathered from the site just put me in another state of mind of tranquility, anger, and then saddness form all that happened that day. I LOVE the pictorial book that I purchased. It really explains the reality of what the photographer went through for the period of time that he and the firefighters/police/ EMT'S delt with this unbelievable tragedy. Thank you very much for the memory. There is not a day that goes by that I could forget what happened on that day. "I will never forget". And now, I have a new memory to remember daily! Darrin Smith
Rating: 4
Sun, Jan 17, 10   12:00 PM uncc338 Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
I was in NY for a show and was looking for something to do on the second day. Decided to book this tour after reading many positive reviews online. The museum is very small and is not what you would normally expect. It is scheduled for two hours but you can be done in as little as an hour or so. If you have the time I would recommend taking the opportunity. It is located in a nice area with other things to do. If you don't mind walking it is about 30 blocks from Times Square south.
Rating: 5
Well worth a visit. Very moving.
Sat, Mar 3, 07   11:30 AM UnaMurphy Female 40-49 Combination Group of Friends
As Gary Suson said in his introduction, don't be fooled by the small size of the venue. It gives a small insight into what the rescue workers had to go through in their efforts. It was very sad to hear the stories of the firefighters searching, often unsucessfully, for their sons and brothers.