Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Activity #655
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Rating: 4.6  368 rating points
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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 Gender Age Where From? Group Type? Sort Descending
Rating: 4
Rather depressing.
Wed, Apr 16  11:00 AM IleneBrouda Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
At first very upset to see the photographs and objects collected at the site. but realizing their significance made me very appreciative that there was some one who documented as much as he could.
Rating: 5
Excellent workshop, would and have recommended to
Thu, Apr 3  11:00 AM FredaNugent Female 50-59 International Tourist(s) Other
Very informative and relaxed. Small group was ideal size guide helpful and approachable. Ideally targeted for all age groups, would highly recommend this activity.
Rating: 5
One of a kind heartwrenching experience
Fri, Mar 14  1:00 PM Andreita1986 Unspecified 20-29 International Tourist(s) Other
So small yet so big. Great guide. Really touching. Very recommended.
Rating: 4
good prelude to visiting 911 memorial
Sat, Feb 22  1:00 PM LLambert2000 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
nothing further
Rating: 5
Well Done Exhibit
Sat, Jan 4  1:00 PM Angela550 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
My group consisted of two eighteen year old girls and their mothers. The girls were kindergarteners on 9-11 so it was poignant for them to view this exhibit. It is history that they relate to and will be responsible for passing on. The space is respectful and attempts to tell the stories of recovery without being overly manipulative about creating heightened emotion. That being said, it is an emotional display. The museum is one room filled with photographs and artifacts. The whole thing takes less than an hour, but it was my favorite part of my visit to NYC.
Rating: 5
A respectful and moving display
Mon, Nov 4, 13   12:00 PM JHLRDH Female 60-69 Local Other
My husband and I didn't know quite what to expect at the workshop We found a tastfeful and very respectful tribute to the people who lost their lives as well as to the first responders who worked for months at such a trajic scene. The faces and stories of these heroes showed the intensity of their day to day lives through the ongoing search and rescue efforts. The personal stories that were told helped to put the horrors in perspective. We both thought that, somber as it was, the workshop did a very good job of chronicling these events, through pictures, artifacts and stories of what was such a horrific day in our history. Our guide was very knowlegable and respectful.
Rating: 5
very moving
Thu, Oct 24, 13   11:00 AM dawnsheehan Female 40-49 International Tourist(s) Other
Coming from England we witnessed 9/11 only from TV coverage and although the there was full coverage at the time of the devasting event the news did not carry on to tell the real life storys behind and after the initial few weeks. We wanted to come to the Ground Zero Museum to see for ourselves how the people of New York and the rest of America showed extreme bravery and courage for the months and years that followed. The Museum Workshop was a very moving picture of that time and I can only say that I had no idea of the scale of devastation and we did not realise the loss and time it has taken for America to recover. The Ground Zero Museum Workshop showed us a true picture of this in a clear and sympathetic manner - not trying to shock but just stating th facts. One of the highlights of our trip.
Rating: 5
Amazing and very well done
Sun, Sep 22, 13   12:00 PM bersch25 Female 30-39 Local Other
This is a diamond in the rough. This museum is very small, but is done so tastefully and is definitely a must see for everyone. I would highly recommend.
Rating: 5
Interesting view
Fri, Aug 30, 13   11:00 AM Donnalilly Female 70+ Domestic Tourist(s) Other
My daughter and I wanted to go to the 9/11 sight having seen it a year before and a year after the terrible collapse. My daughter read about the man who was allowed to photograph and keep some of the articles that survived that terrible time. We found it very interesting and heartfelt, giving the people a voice. It was truly respectful to them and the firefighters and police that came to help. I would recommend it.
Rating: 5
A VERY moving and emotional experienxe
Mon, Aug 12, 13   2:00 PM Kathee1 Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
Of the 6 "tours" we did in NYC this was my favorite! Upon first arriving we were quite skeptical due to the size and the outside entry to the museum, but as soon as the initial video rolled, I instantly became enraptured and from there only became more enthralled. I would HIGHLY recommend this experience to anyone. It was so fascinating to see some of the things seen in the news were actually here and so close to you. It moved you to feeling a deep part of involvement