Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.6  407 rating points
# of Reviews Positive
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Last 3 months 32 86 0 = 86 100% 4.8
Last 6 months 77 195 4 = 191 97% 4.7
Last 12 months 175 418 11 = 407 96% 4.6
All 3,169 7,636 137 = 7,499 97% 4.6
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour 407 96% 4.6 Read Reviews Info & Tickets
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Rating: 5
A "Must See"!
Sun, Sep 9, 07   1:45 PM jenoflynn Female 30-39 Unspecified Unspecified
The photos brought me into 9/11 & the recovery, making the "surreal" real. Something I believe everyone should experience. We had the honor of having the photographer/ artist as our tour guide. He has incredible talent & a heart to match! He knew & shared the story behind every photo.
Rating: 5
Excellent and Amazing
Sun, Sep 2, 07   1:45 PM Brian421 Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
This museum is a must see for anyone in N.Y. It will bring the humaness of the tragedy of 9/11 to you in a very real way. Mr. Susson did a fabulous job in his photography and stories. Don't be fooled by the size of the museum, there's so much there you will be there the full time. I highly recommend taking this tour!
Rating: 5
Love it! Very moving and memorable!
Sun, Sep 2, 07   12:00 PM amosnbear Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
My husband and I really enjoyed the Ground Zero Museum Workshop tour. This is a must do. While the size may fool you, there is so much to see and learn! The pictures and artifacts are amazing! This is something that you must do when you go to NYC.
Rating: 5
This is a must do and see...
Sat, Sep 1, 07   11:30 AM tielsa Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
It was nothing like we expected. The "smallness" of the environment only made the overall experience more touching, meaningful, and real. The guide was informative and honest. Although touching some of the reminants just didn't seem right to me, being in such close proximity to everything was surreal, amazing. I would recommend this to anyone visiting NY.
Rating: 5
AMAZING Experience!!
Tue, Aug 21, 07   11:30 AM staszak Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
We arrived early and found 4 other couples also waiting with Sean our host. Turns out Gary, the photographer, was also there that day and we had the priviledge to get to hear his first hand account of being the only photographer allowed at Ground Zero. We took our time and used the headsets to get info on every picture and display. It was worth every minute of our 3.5 hour visit and we were never hurried out and welcomed to stay as long as we liked. It is something I will never forget and this is a must see if you have not yet. It is a very different perspective you will not get anywhere else. Do this before visiting Ground Zero area, it makes things much more meaningful!! Don't rush out, take your time and really soak up the magnitude of that horrible day and also be delighted in the things God uses for good. Whatever you take from it, you won't be the same after the visit here.
Rating: 5
Mon, Aug 20, 07   12:00 PM aimeethomas Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Individual
The museum is a great place to pay your respects to the departed. You will learn a lot about Ground Zero, the heroism that took place on 911 and afterwards. The stories the pictures tell will take your breath away. It is very emotional. I greatly appreciated having the opportunity to finally pay my respects to all those that died none of which I knew, but their tragic death changed my life as it did for so many.
Rating: 5
Sun, Aug 19, 07   3:00 PM mikemegscott Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
When my Mom and I came to the outside of the museum, we weren't too sure what to think. It was unpretentious, and not what we expected. BUT BOY....when we got in there. We were captivated for every second. It should be a requirement for every American. Especially for those who weren't directly affected. I wanted to take my Mom here as a part of our day in NY (I live in NJ) because its seems like people who don't live near here have forgotten or really don't fully understand the impact of this event...and especially now, while we are at war. Its one thing to see the site now "just" a big hole in the ground. Its another to SEE what the people went through, and the rescuers especially. This museum is wonderfully and thoughtfully done. Thanks to Gary M. Suson.
Rating: 4
great presentation. very surreal and informative
Sun, Aug 19, 07   3:00 PM chadrudolph Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
My wife and I enjoyed the museum very much. Many pictures and artifacts from the WTC that we've never seen before. The video was excellent and informative. Almost brought me to tears a couple times. We would recommend this tour to anyone interested in re-visiting the 9-11 attacks on the WTC. Thanks for having us!
Rating: 5
Highly Recommended
Sun, Aug 19, 07   1:45 PM walker2004 Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
I visited NYC only three months after 9/11 and there were so many things and feelings to deal with. Six years later, it was a priority to me to visit the museum. Not knowing what to expect, Mr. Suson did a remarkable job putting together such a memorial. Words cannot describe the feelings I had. WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!!
Rating: 5
Brilliant! Tastefully done, and with much insight
Sun, Aug 12, 07   12:00 PM adrianmcleod Female 30-39 Local Couple on a Date
This small and wonderful museum is a real find. Gary (photographer, curator) has compiled artifacts and photos from the recovery, and provides great discourse on the recovery effort and his experiences with it. The audio tour-mate houses a collection of stories about the photos and artifacts. Truly a must-see, especially for New Yorkers.
Rating: 5
A time of rememberance
Sat, Aug 11, 07   2:00 PM chardre Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
The tour was thought provoking and innovative. The small museum setting was intimate and cozy with the intentions of letting people experience the photos in a non-threating environment. Our children heard the stories behind the pictures that made 9/11 more than a date in American history. We were all able to take a glimpse inside the victims loved ones lives and hold actual artifacts from that day. It was a wonderful tour that I feel everyone should experience.
Rating: 5
An Amazing Experience!
Tue, Aug 7, 07   11:30 AM Heathereid Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
Mr. Suson has done an incredible job of creating a museum to honor the people who perished on 9/11 and their families. It was a moving experience none of us will ever forget. Visiting the museum should be on everyone's "to do" list!
Rating: 5
An incredible experience
Sat, Aug 4, 07   1:00 PM LeahQuick33 Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
I stumbled upon this activity via the internet and the experience had such an impact on me that I will "never forget" this small museum. The things you will see, hear and experience are incredible. Don't be fooled by the size of this small New York flat that houses the incredible photos shot by Mr. Suson. The intimate setting and limited tour space (only 12 to 25 people) allows for a comfortable and inviting experience that EVERYONE should try. I highly suggest going to the museum prior to going to the World Trade Center site, it will change the way you see the WTC site. It was hard to hold back tears, yet I learned so much and heard the most amazing stories of love and dedication.
Rating: 5
Fri, Aug 3, 07   11:30 AM katejohnson Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
The Museum Workshop Tour was definitely one of the major highlights during our trip to NY. The Museum and tour are intimate, personalized, heroic, and heartwarming. The pictures do not dwell on the trajedies of September 11th, they display our heroes and how America and New York City has rebuilt and can still stand tall and proud. It was a delight getting the opportunity to meet Gary.
Rating: 5
Sun, Jul 29, 07   1:45 PM chelemass Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
I wasn't sure what i expected from the tour but i know what i got out of it. It was the most moving experience and it really showed you to appreciate the workers of New York. Gary Marlon Suson has let the outside world in on what he captured in 9 months at ground zero. He honors the deceased and the living in a way that words can not explain. His pictures and items recovered from ground zero tell a story that is fascinating. I would HIGHLY recommend EVERYBODY to visit this museum.