Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Rating: 4.6  223 rating points
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Last 3 months 12 30 0 = 30 100% 4.8
Last 6 months 32 71 6 = 65 93% 4.4
Last 12 months 93 230 7 = 223 97% 4.6
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour 223 97% 4.6 Read Reviews Info & Tickets
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Rating: 5
Respectful Tribute
Sat, May 31, 08   1:00 PM joekouba Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
This museum takes you back to the recovery of Ground Zero as if you are there. It is a poignant reminder of what heroes those men and women were.
Rating: 5
Amazing!
Mon, May 26, 08   2:00 PM zip2play Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
We are from Kansas and when our tour bus dropped us off at the actual Ground Zero site, we were suprised. At this time there wasn't anything to see or no where to basically pay our respects. We spoke to our hotel about that and they suggested we go to the Ground Zero Museum workshop. We had them immediately call and we scheduled our reservation. My husband and I, along with my parents and our 2 kids (age 6 and 9) made our way down to the museum in the meat packing district. We were a bit alarmed where we ended up and then to find it was a 1 room facility at first we thought we had been took. But 2+ hours later, I had to be pulled from the place. The interactive set up is nothing short of amazing. Both of my kids spent a lot of time going through all the different things we could listen to. It held their attention for the entire 2 hours. We had the last slot of the day so we were told we could stay as long as we liked. I found it all extremely moving. This isn't a museum describing what led up to that awful day, but a memorial to the people that worked tirelessly for 6 months after 09/11 and the people that perished that horrible day! The workers painstakingly trying to find the remains in the most respectful way they could. Amazing is how all 6 of us described it. I laughed, I cried and I was in held in AW for the entire time. I would suggest this wonderful place to anyone who can remember that fateful day in September 2001! It is a wonderful tribute to all that died and all that worked the site after the event. Gary, the photographer/artist happened to be there the day we visited (which happened to be Memorial Day 2008) and he was an amazingly genuine person. He took the time to speak to both of my kids. He didn't hover over them and worry about what they might do....he truly offered his words of help and support. We strongly suggest this place when you plan your New York tours. It is off the beaten path, but it will be the most memorable 2 hours of your trip!
Rating: 5
outstanding
Mon, May 26, 08   2:00 PM tata14 Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
I am a firefighter and I feel this display of photos, artifacts and stories was done in a very tasteful and heartfelt manner. It touched my heart. It keeps those who lost their lives on that horrible day ... very much alive. Awesome collection.
Rating: 5
great for the whole family
Sat, May 24, 08   3:00 PM bartrink Male 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family With Children
my wife and i took our 8 yr old son and 5 yr old son. tastefully done so that my boys could be there, learn, and not have nightmares. GREAT job, Suson. on the negative side, we did have our vehicle towed b/c we parked in an area that wasn't clearly marked.
Rating: 5
A must do..........
Sat, May 24, 08   11:00 AM elcruzado Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Family Without Children
I think this is something that everyone should do and see. We watched on television but to actually go to the museum and hear the stories, touch remnants from the towers, etc just really helps you to understand the gravity of what happened on 9/11. I recommend it to everyone and pray we "Never Forget".
Rating: 5
Definitely worth a visit
Fri, May 23, 08   11:00 AM s_amini Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Couple on a Date
Very well done and tasteful. The small intimate setting was ideal. One thing I will note (without opinion) is that the museum has a significant religious tone to it. Heavier on the side of Chrisitanity.
Rating: 5
Realistic, impressive and graphic exposure
Sun, May 18, 08   12:00 PM monicav22 Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
Such a sad moment in US history was showed and explained with respect and realism to the victims.

I believe that this could be increase since I am sure there are lots of photograpic material to show.
Rating: 5
Loved It
Mon, May 12, 08   2:00 PM Shockey Female 30-39 Domestic Tourist(s) Group of Friends
I was so impressed by this workshop. I loved hearing the artist describe the what the photographs were about. It really touched my heart and I would recommend this workshop to anyone who's coincidering it. It was amazing.
Rating: 5
A worthwhile visit
Sat, May 10, 08   11:00 AM paulandkeira Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
The ground zero museum is a fantastic way to get a deeper understanding of life at Ground Zero during the clean up. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. The museum is quite amazing and the experience was tremendously moving.
Rating: 4
Worth every penny!
Thu, May 8, 08   11:00 AM Madamczuk Female 30-39 International Tourist(s) Family Without Children
I definitely recommend paying a visit to this small museum! It keeps memories alive and helps to look at life from the right perspective. Very memorable.
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.