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At first we all thought the place look a bit shady and it was very hard to find. But afterwards it was the highlite of our vacation. I would strongly suggest to see it if your in town.
Unbelievably moving and a good primer before actually visiting the 9/11 Memorial. I took my 18-year-old daughter, who was only 6 when the 9/11 tragedy occurred, and I glanced at her several times during our tour, thinking maybe she was bored since she was so quiet. Instead, with eyes brimming with tears, she said, "This place makes me understand the sadness and horror of 9/11, but also makes me proud to be an American and helps me understand how we all pulled together so the terrorists couldn't win." Wow -- couldn't have put it any better myself.
A small museum, but packed with powerful images and items that won't leave you any time soon.
Great experience !! I can not imagine going to the 911 memorial without having seen the museum first. Mr. Suson has captured the impact of that day and the resulting aftermath with incredible photography and expert narration of each photo. Although the museum is only one room, I thoroughly enjoyed the closeness and the camaraderie of my museum mates. After spending about 2 hours at the museum, our family went to the 911 Ground Zero Memorial. It meant so much more to us because of the museum experience. Thank you for your superb work Mr. Suson. Paul B. Davenport, Iowa
My wife and I found it to be very informative as well as emotional. We are glad we took the tour and plan to also spend time at the WTC site once it is more complete.
This museum was not what we expected but it is one of the most informative trips we have been on in New York. The lady who runs the workshop quite clearly loves her job and is a credit to the museum. The items displayed have there own history and with the use of the headsets you can listen at your own pace. I would recommend this trip to anyone that goes to New York
a must see tour before going to see the 9/11 memorial site ground tour. being able to touch items fro that day and seeing pics , items, and stories was very emotional.
The smallest big museum i have ever been in! Incredibly moving and intimate to be so close to artifacts and hear true life accounts of the days and weeks that followed 09/11.
Would thoroughly recommend, very informative but also very sad. And when you are in the museum it is still very difficult to comprehend that this really happened!!!
Very moving and special. I particularly was moved by the role of service dogs at ground zero.
Excellent. Small museum with great impact. Amazing stories of people involved with the recovery operation after 9/11. We were fortunate that the photographer who set up the museum was there on the day we visited.
I took my kids there before visiting the 9-11 memorial. Very emotional to look at everything and to hear about each piece represents. Highly recommended!