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Ground Zero Museum Workshop

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop: Images & Artifacts from the 9/11 Recovery, in the Meatpacking District near Chelsea Market and the High Line Park. A 5-Star Rated Tour. Want to feel what it was like to be with FDNY Firefighters on the front lines after...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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420 W 14th St, Floor 2, New York City, NY 10014-1064
Meatpacking District
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a great venue and eye opening the waterfalls with the names of everyone pulled at my heart stings and made me feel humble

Thank Hugh W
Reviewed 20 August 2018

Learned a lot that I never heard before in memoirs, the artifacts are sad and make you feel so connected. Amazing photography, definitely have to pick up a book. The Gary and his staff was so accommodating just with us booking this visit the week...More

Thank Tracy I
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

A very unique workshop. A real personal insight and lots of stories of that awful day-some of the things you see and that are talked about you would never know by just listening to the news. We actually met and talked to Gary, who is...More

Thank julieroyall
Reviewed 15 August 2018

We went there and were instantly reminded of that tragic day. There were lots of memorabilia but the things that were most memorable were the recordings ie people trying to reach their loved ones to say goodbye. This was a terror incident that changed the...More

Thank gazandmaz2015
Reviewed 15 August 2018

This museum is a must see. The photos, artefacts, and recordings go hand in hand to give a unique experience of that dreadful time. Never forget!

Thank judesta10
Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile

The experience is absolutely amazing!! Gary’s dedication to this project shows in the images and stories he has captured and sharing with everyone via this small museum. Please remember good things come in small packages...this is a GEM!! Don’t miss it when you visit NYC!...More

Thank Stephanie S
Reviewed 13 July 2018

For a huge part of American history this was a must for us to visit. The last time I visited NY I stood atop of the towers and gazed out at a magnificent view, but silently thought if anything happened you’d never get out. Two...More

Thank Adrian N
Reviewed 7 July 2018

This museum was small in size but huge in significance. We were fortunate enough to experience this museum on July 4th, when it was empty, and to actually meet Gary Suson,who captured the images and artifacts on display here. The stories he recorded about each...More

Thank gracelibrarian
Reviewed 23 June 2018

Some interesting photos and artefacts but I honestly don’t think this deserves the many 5star ratings it has received. Also visited ground zero museum and did a tour which was far more impressive and possibly a little less subjective.

Thank woodcross
Reviewed 18 June 2018

You will get to see pictures and elements from the 911 disaster. Although very sad, it is very educational. We were able to share a lot about what happened with our daughter who was not yet born when this took place. She now has a...More

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Sarah W
15 September 2018|
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Response from Della B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sarah. We were there in May while school was still in session. There wasn’t a long line at all. I would say allow yourselves 2 hours. We could only stay an hour, which didn’t give us enough time to fully experience... More
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Kelley P
5 April 2018|
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Response from groundzeromuseum | Property representative |
Yes we allow photos to be taken except for one item. No videotaping is allowed.
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Brandon M
12 November 2017|
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Response from groundzeromuseum | Property representative |
Yes we take walk-ins daily on a first-come first-serve basis. Some days are busier than others and we have a max capacity of 28 in the museum at any given time but usually we are able to accommodate walk-ins with no... More
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