Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour
Discover the Ground Zero Recovery Photography on a Workshop Tour
Price for 2 participants
Explore the photographic works of Gary Marlon Suson, the Official Ground Zero Photographer, which document the Ground Zero Recovery efforts during this two-hour Museum Workshop Tour for two. Located on West 14th Street in Manhattan, New York’s Ground Zero Museum Workshop offers non-graphic and tastefully presented imagery and accompanying stories of the never-before-seen world of the "Recovery" at the World Trade Center.
In addition to the extraordinary images, you will also view recovery artifacts and items worn by recovery works, actual digging tools, and rare video footage from inside the World Trade Center. Throughout this Workshop Tour you and your guest will have the opportunity to pick up and hold certain items in order to further your understanding of what took place during the 9/11 Recovery.
Whether you are a New York native or visiting Manhattan for the first time, this Ground Zero Tour will provide insight about this historic event.
What to wear
The cost of books, posters, prints, or other remembrance and gift items is not included in the tour price, but you will be provided with 15 minutes at the end of the tour to purchase these items from the Ground Zero Museum Workshop Store.
Gratuities for your personal tour guide are acceptable, optional and always appreciated. Occasionally Mr. Suson will personally conduct a tour, but he does not accept gratuities.
You may also make a donation to the Ground Zero Museum on the day of your tour.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1375-001
Xperience Certificates« cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
The museum is only one room but is full of touching stories and various items that really do a great job of showing the magnitude and human side of the 911 tragedy. The self paced audio presentation and small group allow you to reflect on different stories privately and spend as much or little time as you like. Very well done - I liked that it was tucked away, no touristy signs or neon marquee, no children - it allowed a very personal, meaningful experience. Thank you.
- Melanie Malone - Texas, Monday, March 11, 2013
A wonderful experience, tastfully presented and moving. My wife and I were both impressed at the amount of 'history' included in such a small space. As a native New Yorker 9/11 was devastating but Mr Suson focused on the humanity of the weeks that followed. Very few cities could have suvived what happened that day, but the heroism of the first responders allowed all of us to go forward.
- Martin - NJ, Tuesday, July 24, 2012
We had a very moving experience and would higly recommend this museum to my family and friends.
Thank you very much
- Kathid Dechristopher - NYC, Tuesday, August 16, 2011
By far this is the most incredible must see of New York City. An incredible tribute to the heroes of that day as well as a tribute to all those who lost their loved ones. I will be sure every time I come home to New York to spend time at the best biggest little museum!!!
- Lisa - Chicago, Monday, February 14, 2011
Question: I am considering purchasing 2 tickets to this tour. I have an infant (less than a year old). Can I bring him on this tour (in a stroller)? If so, does he also require a ticket?
Answer: The Ground Zero Museum Workshop is known as a kid friendly museum. The collection of images is non graphic in nature. If you are bringing an infant, or a child below the age of 4, you do not need to purchase a ticket for them. However, if your child begins to cry, you will need to step out of the museum until the child calms down. The Museum is a small space, and it is difficult for others to hear and focus on the tour with a crying child.
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