Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Rating: 4.6  277 rating points
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Last 3 months 21 45 3 = 42 94% 4.4
Last 6 months 48 117 6 = 111 96% 4.6
Last 12 months 119 287 10 = 277 97% 4.6
All 3,232 7,784 144 = 7,640 97% 4.6
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour 277 97% 4.6 Read Reviews Info & Tickets
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Rating: 5
Must Do in NY
Sun, May 4, 08   2:00 PM geoffjeanine Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
My wife and i spent a couple weeks on holiday in the US. That included just a couple days in New York. There are so many things to see and do in this great city, and visiting the Ground Zero Museum Workshop is one of them. It was an excellent experience and highly recommended. Its a great way to pay your respects to those who died and those who survived the 9/11 tragedy. There are some amazing images on display not too mention artifacts and remains that you could see and touch. A must do for anyone visiting NY.
Rating: 5
Phenominal, Emotional Experience
Sat, Apr 26, 08   1:00 PM JillTubaugh Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
My husband and I loved the opportunity to view Gary's photographs and the artifacts in the museum. We felt engaged by the museum.
Rating: 5
Very Moving
Thu, Apr 24, 08   11:00 AM Jillybeenc Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Individual
I found out about this workshop by searching the internet. I'm from Vancouver BC and remember waking up September 11th after most of the events had already taken place (due to the time zone and my sleeping in). It was extremely emotional to see the footage and actual artifacts from that day. I thought it was very tastefully put together and they definitely keep the best interests of the families effected at heart. I have already recommended the workshop to a friend travelling to New York in August.
Rating: 5
extremely moving
Tue, Apr 22, 08   11:00 AM Realcelt Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
moving beyond description. Almost not enough time to take it all in but really brings reality and the human side home. would return to visit again. regards Len and Aoife Dublin Fire Brigade Ireland
Rating: 5
Upright exhibition
Tue, Apr 22, 08   11:00 AM KuifjeNL Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Other
The Ground Zero Museum Workshop gives you a very upright, honest insiders look into 9/11 and the recovery operation. Much more personal than the "official" Ground Zero Visitor Center near the site. And you can see the Meatpacking District as well.
Rating: 5
An incredible insight!
Mon, Apr 21, 08   12:00 PM brettingram Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Individual
The museum workshop gave me a personal insight into many people affected by 9 / 11. It was an emotional rollercoaster that left me realising and appreciating just how short life is, yet at the same time I now have even more admiration for the men and women that worked on site during the recovery, and then of course there is the people of New York who are determined to get on with life and prove that no act of terrorism will stop life from going on.
Rating: 5
Meaningful Experience
Thu, Apr 17, 08   1:00 PM kitch21 Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
If you want the full impact of the events of 9/11, this is the place to go. Our entire family went, and everyone got something out of it. Highly recommended!
Rating: 5
A quite reverent experience
Mon, Apr 14, 08   2:00 PM sarakrentel Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
9/11 is a big and personal event. Your museum allowed me to process the experience how I wanted in an intimate setting.
Rating: 5
Sat, Apr 12, 08   11:00 AM youngcole93 Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
I didn't expect to see so much from behind the scenes. I had no idea about the damaged building across the street, the one the insurance companies wouldn't let any one go into for so long, or the subway track under the WTC. Its wonderful how everyone pulled together. I was only surprised that the tour didn't end at the sight, but when our tour was over and we went to ground zero I understood more as to why.
Rating: 5
Do not miss this museum!
Thu, Mar 27, 08   11:00 AM cflaws Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family With Children
Sometimes it's hard to realize that you haven't healed from a traumatic event until you have to come face to face with it again. The ground zero museum forced me to face 9-11 again and to see the grim reality of the recovery effort in a very thoughtful and safe atmosphere. I cried many a tear while I looked at the pictures in this museum, but I found it very therapeutic and it made viewing ground zero that much more meaningful. Anyone who was at all impacted by the events of September 11, 2001 needs to see this museum and take in the experience of the recovery effort to truly understand the extreme sacrifice made by many men and women in the NYPD and the FDNY. I am a Canadian citizen and I was still deeply touched by 9-11 and I am so glad that I took in the Ground Zero museum so that I can finally start to heal from the attack on all of our freedoms. Well done and Bravo!
Rating: 5
Excellent & would highly recommend.
Sun, Mar 23, 08   12:00 PM chrissyevo Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
We cannot explain how we both felt during a visit to this museum. The information available, the artefacts you can see, feel, touch is absolutely true and amazing. It makes you think and feel for all involved on 9/11. Although we have no connection or knew anybody or lost their life or from the rescue of it all, we felt part of it, which was comforting. I would highly recommend a visit to the musuem. The audio tour was very informative and personal as you could absorb the information given by yourself with peace and quite and truly have some kind of idea of what these people went through. We were very lucky and to have personally met the official photographer Gary Marlon Suson.
Rating: 5
Little but important tour that shouldn't be missed
Fri, Mar 21, 08   11:00 AM sgswb75 Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Individual
This is a rather obscure little mesuem that should be on every tourist's map who visited New York. It is not found on the NY pass or NYC city pass but those who found this tour will be greatly reward with an insightful look into the recovery work at ground zero. It was rather emotional tour and many participants weeped just minutes into the presenatation. If you value freedom & humanity, this tour is an absolute must.
Rating: 5
Deeply moving
Thu, Feb 14, 08   11:00 AM sdgoodwin Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Individual
Pictures are, they say, worth a thousand words. Particularly in this case. The pictures taken by Gary Suson and exhibited in this small museum are a way to get a better understanding of the human elements of 9/11 - both the tragedies and the successes and hopes. The pictures and the fascinating commentaries do the job tremendously well, and in an honest and moving way tell the story of the rescue and forensic efforts. I visited the museum and then visited the site itself, which is the best way to do this I would suggest. Thoroughly recommended.
Rating: 5
Mon, Feb 11, 08   2:00 PM jasonteems Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
This was my priority while on vacation and it was well with it. The story behind the pictures and articles recovered from ground zero were very touching. I remember, as most do, exactly where i was and what i was doing on 9-11 and it was amazing how Mr Suson (the photographer) put this museum together. Mr Suson was there at the museum on the day of our visit. He was very nice and personalized our book we bought with his autograph and took a photo with us. I would HIGHLY recommend this to anyone visiting New York. Thank you for the memories.........NEVER FORGET 9-11. Jason
Rating: 5
Thu, Feb 7, 08   11:00 AM hickman Male 30-39 International Tourist(s) Other
so much to see and learn in such a small space this has been very well put togeather and done in a very tasteful way you think you know alot about 911 until you visit this this was the most memerable think i saw in my visit to newyork