Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Rating: 4.6  305 rating points
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Last 3 months 24 50 6 = 44 91% 4.3
Last 6 months 49 114 7 = 107 94% 4.5
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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.

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Rating: 4
Solemn tour! Interested in the tactile experience
Thu, Oct 31, 13   11:00 AM GayBoersma Female 60-69 Unspecified Unspecified
As it should be, this was a moving and solemn tour experience. Small museum with a "big heart". Touching and feeling the actual weight of the steel girders and the glass window shards from the World Trade Center really hit home the magnitude of these two towers.
Rating: 5
Worth it.
Sun, Oct 6, 13   12:00 PM Suecomosa Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
This was a great experience. I would recommend highly. Moving, emotional and informative.
Rating: 4
very informative
Mon, Aug 26, 13   2:00 PM VirgoMeLT Female 30-39 Local Unspecified
Definitely worth it. This museum is located in Meatpacking District and should not be confused with the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The actual 9/11 museum is located at WTC Memorial in Financial District downtown and still has not opened.Yes, it is a smaller space than expected as one large room, but the content is rich in infornation with many photos and displays. the self guided tour portion is great. You can actually touch some remnants. Brought back a lot of memories for me as I am a native NYer who was working at the hospitals that day on 9/11. Very emotional as I remember these events like yesterday. Very peaceful music and Tissues discreetly placed around room. I would advise going at least once if you are visiting NY, but is estimated 2hrs. I went to the actual Ground Zero WTC memorial though first, then went to museum after. I was a little depressed after the museum due to solemnity of content, so was glad to go to the High Line Park after to decompress and get fresh air. We will bever forget!!
Rating: 3
Might as well just buy the book
Fri, Jun 21, 13   11:00 AM MelindaRosen Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified
While the museum itself is interesting, I did not think it was worth the price tag. My biggest complaint is how hard they try to invoke an emotional response from you. It is an emotional experience, it doesn't need to be forced. Also it feels like the girls have given their speech so many times that they are robotic at doing it. Plus their super short shorts seem to take away from their credibility. They just look like college interns passing the time. While I am very glad that the images have been captured and preserved, I think I would have preferred to buy the book and have them to look at again and again. The artifacts are interesting, but nothing spectacular and the fuselage from the TWA flight resting on the floor seems irreverent.
Rating: 5
Brilliant.
Wed, Jun 12, 13   11:00 AM mickash Male 50-59 Unspecified Unspecified
Wonderful, wonderful exhibition - words simply cannot express the range of emotions felt during the visit. Beautifully presented - I'd go as far to say this should be a pilgrimage for any visitor to NY.
Rating: 5
An unknown TREASURE!
Sun, Jun 9, 13   2:00 PM G_Bordelon Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
This small museum can only be described as the most important museum we visited in New York. It is so moving and really brought home to us some of the reality of what went on after 9/11. Visiting Ground Zero Museum Workshop made our visit to the 9/11 memorial so much more meaningful. While the memorial is beautiful and inspiring, we would not have appreciated it as much without having gone to Ground Zero first! We told all we met in New York how great it was and were amazed that local tour guides and hotel staff knew nothing about it. After we talked to them, they are all anxious to go the the workshop. We'd be glad to help spread the news about how great it is!!!
Rating: 3
A ho hum representation of a momentous event
Thu, May 23, 13   1:00 PM asnorsworthy Unspecified Unspecified Combination Unspecified
We found a collection of mostly uninspired photos and mementoes/artifacts interspersed with the odd touching portrait or scene. The collection is slanted heavily in favor and volume to the NYFD, to the detriment of other first responding forces. The video itself is self-promoting and his own quotes are repeated ad nauseum throughout the displays. One can't help wondering as to the caliber of photos which would have become available to the world had a talented photographer of intelligence and insight just happened to be on scene and was declared to be "official photographer of Ground Zero".
Rating: 4
Go before you buy the book
Mon, Mar 18, 13   12:00 PM Beerlord Male 50-59 Unspecified Unspecified
A great testament to Firefighters and all they did during and after the attack. Much of what is there is in the incredible book. I wish I had gone to the museum before I bought the book. The photographs are excellent and I love tat 9/11 charities benefit.
Rating: 5
Incredibly moving and very educational
Fri, Feb 22, 13   1:00 PM jilliediane Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
This is the only place in the world that you will be able to experience the intensity of this event this intimately. This room brings you right into ground zero. Beautifully narrated and shared in a most compassionate way. I recommend this experience before visiting the memorial. NOT TO BE MISSED!
Rating: 5
peter laskowich is an OUTSTANDING guide
Mon, Nov 26, 12   12:00 PM botness Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified Unspecified
peter laskowich is an OUTSTANDING guide