Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Rating: 4.7  150 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: 5
A must see if you are in NYC!
Sat, Sep 22, 07   11:30 AM richardives Unspecified Unspecified Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
We had the privlidge of having Mr. Gary Suson lead our tour. The museum is well thought out and a tribute to all of those who lost their lives on 9/11. We will definately visit the museum again when we are in NYC. Thank you Mr. Suson for taking the time to lead our tour.
Rating: 5
A must see while in NY
Fri, Sep 14, 07   11:30 AM 4T9RFAN Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
Glad I took this Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour. I visited Ground Zero in 2004. When I read about this tour this year, I thought it sounded interesting & definitely wanted to do it since I was going to be in NY Sept. 12-18, 2007-6 years since it happened. Nothing gruesome but of course, some sad moments when you hear the stories behind the pictures.
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
Moving
Tue, Sep 4, 07   1:00 PM rmnaka Female 60-69 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
This was a very emotional experience. The small scale and the personal interaction of the museum serves the viewer very well. It is as close to being "there" as I would ever want to be.
Rating: 5
Wonderful!
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: 5
SUPERIOR AN VERY INFORMATIVE
Thu, Aug 16, 07   1:00 PM ELENAWALKER Female 50-59 Domestic Tourist(s) Unspecified
WHEN MY RETIRED FIREMAN FRIEND AND I WALKED INTO THE ROOM..WE DID NOT KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT. THEN WHEN WE REVIEWED ALL THE AUDIO COUPLED WITH THE PHOTOS AND ARTIFACTS, WE WERE DEEPLY TOUCHED BY THE EXCELLENT NATURE OF PRESERVING THE EVENTS THAT HAPPEN ON THAT DAY...AS WELL AS...FUTURE EVENTS...VERY INFORMATIVE...WILL ALWAYS REFER ANY ONE THAT GOES TO NEW YORK TO STOP BY..AND TAKE A MOMENT TO VISIT THIS WONDERFUL MEMORIAL
Rating: 5
fantastically moving
Fri, Aug 3, 07   11:30 AM Charlesstone Male 50-59 Unspecified Unspecified
i am a photographer myself and was very much moved by both the photographs and artifacts. It captured the sincerity of the tragedy and brought to life that moment, that was both moving and timeless. From artistic point of view I found it to be like a master photographer, . Thank you for the opportunity to meet and talk to Gary.

Charles Stone

Rating: 5
"A must see to support the NYFD."
Sat, Nov 11, 06   1:00 PM allisondick Female 30-39 Unspecified Unspecified
This was the best tour I have ever been on. I am so happy that I went to this musuem to grieve the loss of lives on September 11th. I highly would advise anyone who is going to New York City to experience this beautiful exhibit of photography. We went here before we went to ground zero and I am so happy we did. This is in such an intimate setting that is gives one time to reflect and really feel what was occuring during the recovery process of Ground Zero. Many people are still suffering from this event today and this musuem helps support these wonderful individuals. I thank them for letting me experience such a moving place.
Rating: 5
essential new york visit
Mon, Oct 2, 06   12:00 PM archaeoptery Male 50-59 Unspecified Unspecified
hands-on interactive workshop- well presented with video and audio information.The photography of gary suson is amazing and you can purchase a book of his for 49 dollars. Proceeds go to 6 different charities and the book is not available through local retail bookstores. I enjoyed the tour so much I just might do it again!!!
Rating: 5
Heartfelt
Sat, Aug 26, 06   11:30 AM LTiseo Male 40-49 Unspecified Unspecified
Dear Joe. the tour was very heartfelt and I found it to be wonderfu. I will recommend it to everyone I know. thank you again and it was great seeing again. Louie Tiseo ECOQUEST INTL.l