Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

Zerve Seller: GroundZero
Activity #655
Rating Summary:
Rating: 4.6  123 rating points
# of Reviews Positive
= Overall
% Positive Average
Last 3 months 12 32 0 = 32 100% 4.8
Last 6 months 24 61 1 = 60 96% 4.7
Last 12 months 54 127 4 = 123 96% 4.6
All 3,286 7,911 148 = 7,763 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 Gender Sort Descending Age Where From? Group Type?
Rating: 5
Well sworth it
Tue, Jun 17, 14   11:00 AM KateClayton Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Other
We need to take advantage of opportunities to build appreciation for the unsung heroes who gave/give so much of themselves physically and emotionally to hallow this tragedy. The photography and thoughtful reflections are priceless national treasures. Thank you!
Rating: 5
An Amazing experience!!!
Mon, Jun 9, 14   12:00 PM 20PuddlePup4 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
This museum is a must see!!! It leaves you speechless...It give you information on what when on that horrible day and the many, many days after in a very caring and passion way. I would recommend it to everyone visiting New York.
Rating: 5
Loved the intimacy of the museum.
Fri, May 23, 14   1:00 PM my1sasha Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
We especially enjoyed the intimacy of the museum and how passionate our guide was about his 911 knowledge. What's best is that we got to meet the man behind the camera lens.

Thank you.
Rating: 5
well worth the visit
Tue, May 13, 14   11:00 AM Csherwood44 Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
we were all very moved by the artifacts and photos. Do yourself a favor and visit this museum.
Rating: 5
High praise for the Ground Zero Workshop Tour
Fri, May 9, 14   11:00 AM rjemanning Female 50-59 International Tourist(s) Family With Children
Following our recent visit to the Museum I can only highly recommend the experience. As mentioned in other reviews we visited first before going to the actual ground zero memorial gardens, a way I would recommend if possible as the little museum offered a peaceful way to explore the happenings of the 9/11 recovery mission, prior to the busy memorial gardens. The location is hidden and you stumble across such a hidden gem. Everyone should see Garys work.
Rating: 4
Sobering, but respectful and informative
Fri, May 2, 14   1:00 PM NYvisitor99 Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Group of Friends
The exhibits and stories are honest and balanced... a fitting tribute to those who served and/or died.
Rating: 5
Very Moving
Thu, Apr 17, 14   11:00 AM 19Debbie65 Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Even though this museum workshop is contained in one room, it packs a big punch. The photos and momentos on display are deeply moving. They take you back to 9/11/2001. I was moved to tears a couple times, and I actually found that it had more impact than the 9/11 Memorial itself. (With all the chaos of the crowds and security just to get into the actual Memorial, it took away the solemnity of the site for me. Such a shame.)
Rating: 4
Rather depressing.
Wed, Apr 16, 14   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
Very moving.
Tue, Apr 15, 14   11:00 AM pamelatsimmo Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
Loved that the photographer gave the commentary. It all felt very personal.
Rating: 5
Intimate and incredibly well done
Mon, Apr 14, 14   12:00 PM Nixondodo Female 40-49 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
I was initially surprised with how small the space was...but afterwards, I was grateful for it. The museum was an incredibly intimate experience, full of emotions, heartbreaking photos, interesting artifacts, and excellent commentary by the photographer himself. I highly recommend it.