I visited the museum with my 12 y.o. niece. You have to look for sign for museum on the sidewalk and then press a button on the wall to be let in. Museum is one room and displays pictures and some artifacts from the only...More
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We went quite late in the day, but the young girl stayed open so we could finish seeing everything. Very small, but packed full of information, I know it is tailored for children, but as a couple, we got a lot out of it. We...More
This is a gob-smacking experience in a quiet, reverential and caring environment. Two very good hosts set the scene and a private commentary via headphones provides the personal story behind each artifact and photograph so you can go at your own pace. If at the...More
A very impressive site. Once can almost feel the terrible things that happened there on that day. Very nice to see all the name that are honoured displayed. An emotional visit.
This museum is based on the photo documentary of the recovery effort after the 9/11 attacks. It is an intimate space and an intimate chronicle of events, as told by the only official photographer allowed on the site. The museum offers two short videos for...More
DO NOT MISS this incredibly personal account of "the day of" and the aftermath. Beautifully and respectfully told with an audio aid that explains each piece in the collection. For around 80minutes you are transported RIGHT THERE. I was left with chills and many tears....More
The Ground Zero Museum Workshop was a very emotional, moving, and impactful experience for our family. My 19 year old, who loves photography, was especially moved by Gary Suson's incredible photographs of the recovery period following 9/11. I highly recommend this museum for everyone. It...More
This was by far my favorite thing I did on my trip to NYC. Breath taking artifacts and stories. Gary Marlon Suson has done some amazing work here and I was blown away. The most fascinating part for me was the piece of flight 11...More
The whole experience is moving and a tribute to those people who suffered so much.Anybody who goes to New York must visit this area to pat their respects.
A moving experience in the Ground Zero Museum, really tells the story of that disastrous day. An intimate 1-2 hour tour of the museum with only 10-12 people going in at a time, Rachel? did a very presentable job of showing us the videos, explaining...More