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This tour was very informative, hands on and one of the few museums where you can touch and see up close artifacts which made it more personal. An added bonus was being able to meet Gary Suson on the day of our tour so this was very exciting to meet the man who took these wonderful pictures which captured the historical events of 911.
not quite what i expected but all in all it was an excellent couple of hours. one suggestion would be that they could do with an office outside of the room as it was a little distracting but other than that well informed well attended easy to find
A very detailed and almost private display of some photographs and comments not generally seen before. This is a very special 'exhibition' of a moment in time. This is really only for very genuine people who remember that time or who are trying to understand the days that followed. As the representative there said they would not show when the planes hit the towers, but to show te aftermath and the people involved
We thought the GZMW was a special place. It will be so important to so many when it is finally part of the Ground Zero Memorial.
What a wonderful photographer and guide is Gary Susson. Sensitive and respectful, this was a very emotional tour at times. The sense of life continuing and hope for the future was wonderful.
what a little gem a must see not morbid at all very calming nice to be able to touch remnants of wtc if you have limited time make sure you find time for this
What an incredibly moving and fitting tribute to all those who lost their lives on 9/11. The audio tour is excellent and the museum just incredible.
Not what we expected at all, but very good nevertheless. Very intimate museum it's about as big as our living room at home, but the message it gives is very emotional, and something I am so glad we did. A real must see if you are going to new York.
Small museum, big impact. Well worth the visit, a very moving experience. Go here before going to the trade centre memorial site.
Very respectable and brilliant tour about that very sad September day. Unmissable.
This museum was absoultely stunning. The whole experience was so moving and im sure that if i had taken my earphones off from the audio tour you would have been able to hear a pin drop
I will never forget this museum- incredibly sad but sensitively done. Photos and artifacts displayed in a small peaceful room and only a small group of visitors allowed in each visit. An audio tour by the photographer allows you to take it in at your own pace without being crowded. Unmissable.
Amazing and very touching experience. Lucky enough to meet Gary (the official photographer for the fire service and the only photographer allowed access for the whole time). Beware it is a little way from the ground zero site and the underground was having work done when we were there so took about 20 mins to get there from ground zero.
This was my and my fiance second time at the work shop in as many years, The loss of so many precious lives from such a senseless ack is felt in so many ways. The workshop has helped us connect to those lives that were lost in such a traggic event, and to help us all grieve in our own way.
A must see on any trip to NYC. Very well organized by the staff running it. Thank you.
Great experience- unbelievable and sometimes very sad. But a perfect place to feel something of what was going on there A+++++++
This was the most touching experience. I highly recommend anyone and everyone to see it. You will never experience anything like it. I had teary eyes and can't explain the very personal feeling you get.
Very interesting, informative and emotionally moving. Worth seeing, go before you visit the WTC ground zero site.
This is probably one of the best things you will do in NYC. Thought evoking, a real reality check in todays world. highly reccomended.